The next area we went to had some docks leading up to the pads, so he made a long cast with the Furbit and a nice bass sucked it down. Zach did a good job of winching the fish to the boat and I scooped it into the net. That ended up being the big fish of the tourney, it was somewhere around 3lbs. We fished a few more docks, and Zach lost two and made a two upgrades on the Exude Comida.
His final weight was 8.0lbs even, and he weighed the only limit out of 7 anglers. Considering the algae green water and the high sun, the anglers did a good job getting the fish they did and everyone weighed fish. Our club had a banquet and we had a good time. The person that dropped me in the water, accidentally left my keys at their house when they went home during the tourney, so I got to go fishing for about 90 minutes or so. It was kind of fun just to go fun fishing. It has been awhile since I had been out fishing when I was not practicing for or fishing a tournament. Don’t get me wrong, fishing is always fun!
I went out and worked docks the whole time, I ended up catching 12 or 13 bass most of them keepers, all on a 3/8oz Fall Craw Tru-Tungsten Jigpaired with a black neon chunk. It was a good time! On Sunday, I went down to prefish Pool 4, so check back tomorrow for that report.
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