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Saturday, June 25th
Clear Sky - Wind: 5.99 Mph
79.0 °F
Tournaments

Gouvreau’s Brett and Beau Win Anglers Choice w 17.18 – Kicker of 4.74 Broke Tie

Tournament Results On September 21, 2019

General Information
Date September 21, 2019 Reporter Bob
Number of Boats 29 Location PB2 Lake of the Ozarks
Weather/Water Conditions
Water Temperature 81-83 Sky Partly Cloudy
Air Temperature 80's Generation Heavy
Tournament Results
Placement Angler(s) Name Total Keepers Total Weight
1st Place Brett and Beau Govreau 5 17.18
2nd Place Adam and Drew Boehle 5 17.18
3rd Place Robbie Dobbs and Troy Eakins 5 16.43
Big Bass Award
1st Place Big Bass Winner Name Big Bass Weight
Grant Akers and Brock Dover 5.59
Tournament Notes

While only 29 boats, this tournament is filled with hammers, Sykora and Davenport, Rob and Ben, Medina and Brantley, Heitman and Terrell, Montgomery, Wiese and Jay, etc.   This is one of the best tournament trails on the lake with big pay outs and great opportunity in championship to make big money and make BASS Team Championship.

Today was the Govreaus day, no surprise, these two Missouri Invitational Pro’s seem to figure em out when the bite is very tough.  They caught their winning sack of fish with deep diving crank baits on main lake points near the dam.   They reported that not all points had fish, so they spent time graphing the points to find fish and then cast to those fish and catching them in 15′ to 25′ of water.

The remainder of the field that caught quality fish today, reported catching fish in all fall patterns, some flipping shallow boat docks with jig, worm and creature baits toward the backs of creeks with bait fish, , some fishing main lake points with the jig and shaky head worm and some on top water.  The lower end seemed to be the main area for all three patterns, but the Tan Tara area and Toll bridge area caught some big ones on all three patterns.   The lower Niaugua produced some quality fish on points and on shallow dock shade.

The big bass of the day, caught by Bassing Bob and MO Invitational angler, Grant Akers, caught his big fish on a spinner bait working it just below the surface but out of site and quality keepers on the spinner bait late in the day on banks with strong wind working the bait just off the bottom and midway in the water column.   Grant said he figured that spinner bait bite out late in the day, catching several quality bass, but just under 14 pounds after he figured that out late in the day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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