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3 Day Missouri Invitational Fishing And Golf Championship

Tournament Results On November 17, 2017

General Information
Date November 17, 2017 Reporter Bob
Number of Boats 31 Location Old Kinderhook at Lake of the Ozarks
Weather/Water Conditions
Water Temperature 55-58 Sky
Air Temperature 50-60's Generation
Tournament Results
Placement Angler(s) Name Total Keepers Total Weight
1st Place Jeremy Lawyer and John Hewkin 10 - 2 Days of Fishing + Golf Weight Converted to Pounds 0.00
2nd Place James Watson and Randy Terrell 10 - 2 Days of Fishing + Golf Weight Converted to Pounds 0.00
3rd Place Justin McClelland and Kobe Asbury 10 - 2 Days of Fishing + Golf Weight Converted to Pounds 43.31
Big Bass Award
1st Place Big Bass Winner Name Big Bass Weight
Marcus Sykora and Matt Capstick 6.31
Tournament Notes

Today was the final day of the Missouri Invitational Fishing and Golf Championship on at Old Kinderhook on Lake of the Ozarks. The format of the event includes Regional/National Pro Fisherman teamed with amateur fisherman. The amateur fisherman pay a $1,000 entry fee and have the option to bid in an auction format to select the pro angler they want to team with for the 3 day event. The event includes 2 days of fishing and one day of golf. Each Pro/Am team is teamed with a golf pro for the scramble format golf. Golf is scored as .50 pounds for a par, 1 pound for a birdie and 2 pounds for an eagle. The winning team Jeremy Lawyer and John Hewkin reported catching their fish on both the whopper plopper and spinner bait. Most of the teams reported catching their fish on the whopper plopper and spinner bait, while the 3rd place finishers caught their 17 pounds today on the Spro new smaller Rock Crawler. Most fisherman were fishing from the Hurricane Deck bridge to the Dam with a few teams making river runs. The best bite came mostly from main lake banks with big rock, bluff ledges and main lake points as well as just inside the bluff end coves behind the docks. There was a jig bite on docks the first day of fishing when the sun was out and on the swim bait, however the final day with clouds and bigger winds top water, spinner bait and crank bait dominated the big bites. See photos for all photos of the event this week.

Tournament Photos

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