Week 20 07182023
As usual, it was a hot evening with low weights reported but there is always someone that must be contrary. This week, coming to the scales with over five pounds above the rest was John Riley and Bryan Carrasco with 18.80 lbs. Including Big Bass of the night, 9.89lbs. Nearly, a double-digit fish caught in this heat is not what we expect to see this time of year. True to be seldom, but not common.
Second Place was Larry Whiton and Ryan Hilton with 14.31 lbs. and Third Place was Bill Blissard and Mike Carroll with 14.04 lbs.
Heat and low water levels are still the main topic of concern. Keeping the fish alive is difficult this time of year, so extra precaution needs to be at the front of this conversation. Just your G Juice at Tightlines to give those fish a fishing chance for survival in you live well and make sure you release them properly by getting them back in DEEP WATER, not just at the shoreline. Water levels continue to drop, making this a marked year for being extra careful as more hazards are exposed or worse just under the surface posing additional threats to your boating.
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