Results - Carolina Yakfish 2010 Tournament Series E-mail
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Shearon Harris Tourney Results

September 11, 2010

1.  Scott Inge – 3 LMB – 51″  (20.25″ LMB won big bass pot)

2.  Bob Dainton – 2 LMB – 21.5″

3.  Drew Haerer – 2 LMB – 19.5″

4.  Brad Crater – 1 LMB – 18″

5.  Joey Sullivan – 1 LMB – 17″

6.  Brian Roy – 1 LMB – 12.5″

7.  Steve Hurst – 1 LMB – 12″

8.  Nathan Raycroft – 1 LMB – 10.75″

9.  Mike Hanner – 0 LMB

9.  Joey Benevenia – 0 LMB

9.  Dennis LaJeunesse – 0 LMB

9.  Don Parks  – 0 LMB

9.  Clint Barden – 0 LMB

9.  Tyler Inge – 0 LMB

9.  Joe Angelcyk – 0 LMB

9.  Matt Smith – 0 LMB

9.  Philip Ruckart – 0 LMB

9.  Trey Wright – 0 LMB

9.  Ryan Sadler – 0 LMB

Lake Mackintosh Tourney Results

July 10, 2010

1.  Philip Ruckert – 4 LMB – 72.25″

2.  Joey Sullivan – 4 LMB – 57″

3.  Scott Inge – 4 LMB – 56″ (19″ LMB won big bass pot)

4.  Drew Haerer – 4 LMB – 53.5″

5.  Tim Stewart – 4 LMB – 47.5″

6.  Joe Benevenia – 3 LMB – 34.5″

7.  Steve Hurst – 3 LMB – 34″

8.  Danny Morales – 1 LMB – 17.75″

9.  Mike Hanner – 0 LMB

9.  Brian Roy – 0 LMB

9.  Bob Dainton  – 0 LMB


Results Event #2

C.Y. 2010 Tournament Series – Event #2 – 5/8/10 – Cape Fear River (Hwy 42)

Total length of 3 longest largemouth bass

1.  Joey Sullivan – 3 LMB – 52.5″ (18.5″ LMB won big fish pot)

2.  Drew Gregory – 3 LMB – 39.5″

3.  Drew Haerer – 2 LMB – 28.5″

4.  Andrew Knight – 1 LMB – 18.25″

5.  Bob Dainton – 1 LMB – 17″

6.  Joe Angelcyk – 1 LMB – 13.5″

7.  Clint Barden – 1 LMB – 12.5″

8.  Brian Roy – 1 LMB – 11.75″

9.  Scott Inge – 1 LMB – 10.75″

10.  Alex Marchi – 1 LMB – 10″

11.  David Casey – 1 LMB – 9.25″

12.  Danny Morales – 1 LMB – 9″

13.  Don Parks – 0 LMB

13.  Gary Ribet – 0 LMB

13.  Steve Hurst – 0 LMB

13.  Mike Hanner – 0 LMB

13.  Bob Summers – 0 LMB

Results Event #1

Beaverdam Tourney Results

March 27, 2010 carolinayakfish

24 anglers woke up to a cold, windy Saturday morning and made the trek from all across the state to Beaverdam (on Falls Lake) to fish the first event of the 2010 Carolina Yakfish Tournament Series.  We at Carolina Yakfish had been eagerly awaiting the day for some time and it was evident that others had too.

At the 9 AM launch, yaks were headed in every direction and in a serious hurry.  Some anglers found success early, such as Gary Ribet, who landed 4 fish by about 10:30 AM.  Others struggled to get a bite all day in the mid- to post-cold front conditions.  Word was circulating across the lake that it was a tough day for most.  Although the wind never stopped, the sun made for pleasant temperatures and a nice day on the water.  By mid-afternoon things were warming up in more than one way, as the two biggest bass were landed then and the bite picked up for others.  When Nathan Raycroft landed his brute of a bass, an audible scream was heard by many across the lake, inducing a mix of laughter and curiosity amongst other anglers.

In the end, many areas produced fish for anglers with the most popular lures seeming to be crankbaits and spinnerbaits fished in 2 to 8 feet of water.  4 anglers caught limits and 10 measured at least 1 fish.  3rd place went to Gary Ribet (Rougemont, NC) with a total of 36.25”.  Second place went to Bob Dainton (Pittsboro, NC) with a total length of 40.25”.  1st place went to Drew Haerer with a total length of 49”.  Drew also won the Big Bass Pot with a 21.25” fish that weighed in the 6-7 lb class.

It was a great day on the lake with a great group of people.  In the end, $120 was donated to Heroes on the Water who were proudly represented by Kaleb Dutil.  This was $30 (6 anglers) short of our goal, so please come out and tell your friends about our upcoming events.

The next event will be held on May 8th on the Cape Fear River (HWY 42 Access).  We hope to see you there.  Tight lines!

Carolina Yakfish 2010 Tournament Series – Event #1 – 3/27/10 – Falls Lake (Beaverdam)

Total length of 3 longest largemouth bass

1.  Drew Haerer – 3 LMB- 49″  (21.25″ LMB won big fish pot) – $240 + $105 + Ice Mule Cooler + MegaBass Lure

2.  Bob Dainton – 3 LMB – 40.25″ – $144 + Ice Mule Cooler

3.  Gary Ribet – 3 LMB – 36.25″ - $96 + Ice Mule Cooler

4.  Steve Hurst – 3 LMB – 35.25″

5.  Joey Sullivan – 2 LMB – 24.5″

6.  Clint Barden – 2 LMB – 23.5″

7.  Nathan Raycroft – 1 LMB – 20.25″

8.  Daniel Morales – 2 LMB – 20″ (after 2″ deduction)

9.  Wes Webster – 1 LMB – 14.5″

10.  Bob Summers – 1 LMB – 10″

11.  Don Parks – 0 LMB

11.  Scott Inge – 0 LMB

11.  Tyler Inge – 0 LMB

11.  Jake Earley – 0 LMB

11.  Joe Angelcyk – 0 LMB

11.  Erick Bell – 0 LMB

11.  Ashton Bell – 0 LMB

11.  Grayson Bell – 0 LMB

11.  Kaleb Dutil – 0 LMB

11.  Joel Elliott – 0 LMB

11.  Matt Smith – 0 LMB

11.  Brian Roy – 0 LMB

11.  Gary Parrott – 0 LMB

11.  Mike Hanner – 0 LMB

 

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