We couldn’t resist doing it one more time!
Seven of us ventured out to Canton Reservoir today for a “zone” tournmanet, where we were all restricted to one zone every two hours. It was an interesting format on a pretty tough day.
We used TourneyX for the first time. I’ve used it in KBF tourneys, but it was different using it in a live tournament, where you can check the standings and see how good—or bad—you’re doing. It adds a nice new element of stress to a tournament, that’s for sure. Haha.
We’ll be using TourneyX for all our events in 2017.
From the start, Chris Diranian was killing it. Before most of us even had a fish, he had three bass for 50+ inches. By the time I finally caught my first bass, he had over 63. That jumped to 78 shortly after. Talk about demoralizing!
Anyway, moving baits were getting me nothing but pickerel, so I managed to slow things down (which is really hard for me to do) and get a limit. Just five, and it took all day (my fifth was caught in the last hour). They went for 68.25 inches and nabbed me third place.
Donald Davis once again placed in the money, taking lunker with an 18.25-incher.
Second place went to Domenic Eno, who hauled in a solid 72.25 inches of bass on a variety of baits.
As mentioned above, Chris was on fire today, fishing extremely shallow with a fluke. His five went for 80.75, which was more than enough to best the field.
You can view the complete results here on TourneyX.
Congrats, everyone! And thanks for coming out. Good times as usual.