No Sasquatch or UFO sightings in the Bridgewater Triangle tonight, and for some of us, not many bass sightings, either.
We had 16 anglers for our annual night tournament at Lake Nippenicket. It was a tough bite for a lot of us—which is a common theme there—especially after it got dark. But as always a few people found some good fish.
The biggest of the night went 20.75 inches, caught by Valber Santos! Nice fish, man.
Fourth place went to me—oh no, wait, I forgot; in the last hour I was bumped down to fifth by some rude individual! Haha. So instead of taking third place for the fifth time this year, Donald Davis had to settle for fourth with a solid 70.75.
Bruce Levy was poised for a record fourth win early on, but it wasn’t meant to be this time. A respectable 73.50 inches earned him third place.
At our last tournament, Michael Curreri submitted a blurry photo of a big bass, over 20 inches, which would have bumped him up into second place. Unfortunately, because the entire photo was blurry, it had to be DQ’d. Not something we liked doing at all.
Well, he redeemed himself tonight, catching two fish—including a solid 18—in the last hour to secure second place! No blurry photos this time! He had 75 inches total.
Anchored by that 20.75-inch beast, Valber hauled in 77.50 inches of bass and walked away with the win! Nice job, man!
Congrats again to the four of you, and thanks, everyone, for coming out! Much appreciated. Wish the bite had been better.
Photo taken the moment my head exploded from lack of sleep
Check out the full results here.
Our next tournament is on August 5, at Chauncy Lake in Westboro! Register here on TourneyX. Hope to see you there.