Four Oklahoma anglers took seventh via tenth with only zero.fifty eight# separating seventh to tenth. Stewart Ryan led the Oklahoma boaters with eleven.15# for seventh while Brandon Beck took eighth with eleven.09# nosing our Jody Linder by only 0.01# whereas Jody’s total was eleven.08#. Jonathan Dotson led the co-anglers on day one with a restrict of bass weighing 12.50#. Julie Downs, Oklahoma, took second with a restrict tipping the scales at 12.sixteen#. Third place went to Daniel Anthamatten with a complete of 12.09#.
The first day of the tournament greeted the anglers with the threat of rain however much cooler temperatures. Of the boaters, Blake Wilson, Arkansas, took the lead as he weighed in the largest stringer for the day with a five fish restrict tipping the scales at 15.eighty four#. Blake’s stringer included the boater’s big bass of the day. Kevin Brown, Arkansas, took second with a restrict weighing thirteen.ninety# that included a three.99# big bass.
Third, fourth and fifth separated three Arkansas anglers by only 0.21# with Mike Webster taking the third slot with a 12.33# limit whereas Tanner Jones garnered fourth added a by a four.25 pounder to bring his weight to 12.20#. Sam Huston took fifth with 12.12# stringer that included a four.01#. Josh Ray, Arkansas, took over sixth place with the largest of the 11# baggage.
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Daniel’s restrict included a 5.09# massive bass, the largest on day one. Fourth place went to Steve Carlon, Oklahoma, who had a complete of eleven.ninety nine# that included a 3.50 pounder. Stan Harris, Arkansas, took fifth place with a complete of 10.ninety seven# followed at sixth by Wayne Osborn stringer weighing 10.forty one#. Kenyon Johnson, Arkansas, was ninth with a restrict weighing 9.24#. Rounding out the highest ten for the co-anglers was Mark Strickland, Oklahoma, with 8.fifty three#.
Issac Lair, Oklahoma, took seventh place with 9.sixty six# nosing out Gary Milam, Arkansas by only 0.05#. Allen Musser, Oklahoma, captured ninth place with a 9.forty one# stringer while John Duvall, Arkansas, rounded out tenth with a 9.32# weight.