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August 2015

Minnewaska and Le Homme Dieu

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Every Team caught limits on both lakes…..great weather, and the rain Sunday morning kept the Sea Doo’s, wake boarders, pontoons and pleasure boaters off the lake till after 1 pm on Sunday…nice. A special thank you is also sent to both weigh-in sites – Bug-A-Boo on Le Homme Dieu and Waters Edge on Minnewaska. Please stop by when in the area and say thank you as well.
· Note on Le Homme Dieu: after the first 2 teams had weighed their bags, I realized I did not zero out the scale with the black weigh-in bag. This added approx. 1.25 #’s of weight to each teams 5 fish limit as well as the big bass teams had weighed. The weights shown reflect a deduction of 1.25 #’s of fish for every bag.

The next and last qualifying tournament is coming up fast – Bay Lake on Sunday Aug 23rd. With less than 10 teams currently registered, I will use the public ramp on the north west side of the lake. Please call if u have difficulty locating the ramp. Please contact myself or Bob ASAP for entry info for Bay.

Results:
· Le Homme Dieu: Jeff Bosshardt and Scott Johnson took top honors with a 5 fish limit @ 16.57 #’s. 2nd place was the team of Bill Infanger & Cody Ruport @ 16.42 #’s.
o 3rd: Tony Hatten & Matt Seymore @ 16 #’s
o 4th: Dane Vocelka & Mike Hoppe @ 14.92
o 5th: Brandon Moore & Bob Moore @ 14.67
o 6th: Karen Savik & Howie Lee (just out of the money award) @ 14.35
o A total of 100 fish were brought to the scales – all teams brought limits to the scale. 100% live release. 3 smallies – 97 largemouth.
· Minnewaska: John Zvorak & Mike larson took top honors with a 5 fish limit @ 17.07 #’s. 2nd place was the team of James Chapman & Eric Fabano @ 16.72.
o 3rd: Jamie Huls & Dave Primos @ 16.55 #’s
o 4th: Tom Petron & Mike Petron @ 16.41 #’s
o 5th: Jim Lokken & Phil Lokken (Just Out of the Money award) @ 16.33 #’s
o A total of 115 fish were brought to the scales with an average weight per fish @ 2.95 #’s. (one team had a limit, but chose not to weigh). 79 of the 115 fish weighed were smallies.