Saturday was stop two for the Northern Division on the Nashua River. The weather was great, which seems to be a rare situation for us here at MAKB come tourney day. The Nashua is known for holding some true giants, as we saw a few years ago when Bruce levy put up over 100 inches. But this year, the river wanted to be difficult when it came to bigger fish.

As always, though, anglers found a way to prevail regardless!

The standings were as follows…

The only angler to boat two fish that were 18 inches or longer took first place! Nice job, Steve Petkevitch!

Coming in second with another solid bag of 80.25 was Mike Morcone.

Christopher Nardi put up 78.75, which was good enough for a third place finish, winning a tiebreaker with an 18-incher. And on the other end of the tie, landing in fourth place was Russell Holmes who also had 78.75.

Rounding out the last paying spot was Reyluis Morales, who put up a respectable bag of 77 inches even.

Lunker bass went to Kevin Amaral with the only fish to break the 20-inch mark at 20.75! Lunker pickerel went to the man from Cape Cod! Gerard Elias managed a 21-incher to put some money in his pocket before the long trek home.

As always it was a great time. Definitely blessed to finally have a beautiful day on the water! We had 39 anglers for this event, and was awesome to see participation from guys in other divisions and from a few guys from up New Hampshire and Maine coming down to join us! Thank you to all!

And can’t forget to thank all of our great sponsors who make this possible!

Check out the full results here.

The next event is on June 15th at Pawtuckaway Lake in New Hampshire! Should be an awesome event with plenty of opportunities to win it however you like to fish! Tight lines everyone!