April 29, 2019
Justin Lillie of Edmond, Oklahoma, gained the T-H Maritime FLW Bass Fishing League (BFL) Okie Division event on Eufaula Lake introduced by Navionics Sunday with 5 bass weighing 18 kilos, eight ounces. Lillie gained $four,259 for his working day on the drinking water.
“I in essence fished all-around the dam on the higher aspect of the lake 20 miles from takeoff and caught 5 keepers,” says Lillie, who gained his initially job acquire in FLW levels of competition. “I targeted on postspawn bass all-around rock ledges. I experienced 5 spots I caught fish at, just operating unique tiny rock ledges and outcroppings.
“I labored in six to 10 toes of drinking water,” continues Lillie. “I caught the greatest fish – my initially – about 10 minutes in, and then 1 keeper each individual two hrs right after that.”
Lillie made use of a ¾- or one-ounce white and chartreuse-coloured Nichols Pulsator Metallic Flake Double Willow spinnerbait with a chartreuse Zoom Excess fat Albert Grub trailer on 20-pound-examination P-Line Tactical Fluorocarbon line, and a seven-five Halo TI Sequence large-motion rod with an Ardent C-Power seven:one reel. He also weighed 1 on a shaky head with a darker-coloured Zoom Magnum Trick Worm.
The best 10 boaters concluded the event:
1st: Justin Lillie, Edmond, Okla., 5 bass, 18-eight, $four,259
2nd: Nick Kincaid, Coweta, Okla., 5 bass, 16-15, $two,205
3rd: James Marsh, Thomas, Okla., 5 bass, 16-12, $one,336
4th: John Soukup, Agra, Okla., 5 bass, 16-eight, $one,035
5th: Roger Hughes, Bartlesville, Okla., 5 bass, 15-six, $802
6th: Jeremy Johnson, Henryetta, Okla., 5 bass, 15-five, $735
7th: Sean McAllister, Checotah, Okla., 5 bass, 14-13, $634
7th: Mike Michelson, Altus, Okla., 5 bass, 14-13, $784
9th: Josh Poirop, Canadian, Okla., 5 bass, 14-11, $535
10th: Shonn Goodwin, Moore, Okla., 5 bass, 14-two, $468
Comprehensive success can be observed at FLWFishing.com.
Matthew Palesano of Chickasha, Oklahoma, caught a six-pound, 15-ounce bass – the heaviest of the function in the Boater Division – and gained the day’s Boater Significant Bass award of $550.
Duvall wins co-angler title
Dusty Duvall of Checotah, Oklahoma, gained the Co-angler Division and $two,019 Sunday right after catching 5 bass weighing 16 kilos, 15 ounces.
The best 10 co-anglers:
1st: Dusty Duvall, Checotah, Okla., 5 bass, 16-15, $two,019
2nd: Jackie Copeland, Sallisaw, Okla., 5 bass, 16-three, $842
2nd: Kenny Howard, Watts, Okla., 5 bass, 16-three, $842
4th: Blayke Haggard, Gans, Okla., 5 bass, 14-nine, $671
5th: Nic Conger, Fort Smith, Ark., 5 bass, 14-eight, $454
6th: Hank Williams, Claremore, Okla., 4 bass, 14-, $370
7th: Clint Symes, Yukon, Okla., 5 bass, 11-four, $336
8th: Joseph Morenzoni, Beggs, Okla., 4 bass, 11-, $303
9th: Steve Bradfield, Claremore, Okla., 5 bass, 10-14, $269
10th: Kole Poindexter, Eufaula, Okla., a few bass, 10-13, $235
Jase Morris of Edmond, Oklahoma, caught the heaviest bass in the Co-angler Division, a fish weighing in at seven kilos, one ounce. The capture gained him the day’s Co-angler Significant Bass award of $272.
The best 45 boaters and co-anglers in the location based mostly on stage standings, together with the 5 winners in just about every qualifying function, will be entered in the Oct. 17-19 BFL Regional Championship on Kentucky and Barkley lakes in Gilbertsville, Kentucky, introduced by Evinrude. Boaters will contend for a best award of a Ranger Z518L with a 200-horsepower outboard and $20,00, though co-anglers will fish for a new Ranger Z518L with a 200-horsepower outboard.