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KBBC 2012 – Lake Arthur #1

Lake Arthur – 1 Results

PlaceTeamIDNamesFishNet WtNet Lunker
1187McMaster / Gavula614.953.87
2111Moran / Lambert 412.595.82
3165Treaster / Morgan / 612.38
2.52
4190McMullen / Mignanelli / 311.22
4.76
5122Kopelic / Towne 510.7
2.60
6168Kneidinger / Kneidinger / Parenti
49.84
4.2
7184Stawiarski / Stawiarski49.76
4.38
8359Kuzemchak / Coccia /
59.462.28
9212Bartley / Dugas /
48.852.99
10138Mrozinski / Peterman /38.754.10
11158Genter / Potts /38.64
5.19
12112Keene / Zurzolo38.213.46
13172Cappetta / McCay /
27.59
4.49
14211Ray / Ray /47.341.87
15554Pate, Jr / Pate37.08
2.80
16521Boyer / Boggio /37.072.48
17126Melega / Corazzi / Baughman
27.035.34
18335Mounts / Farabee / Locy36.52
2.60
19103Modrovich / Modrovich /
26.374.18
20130Traggiai / Cooper / 36.3
2.55

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Visit the Keystone Bass Buddy Circuit website at www.kbass.com to see the full list of results as well as pictures from this event.

If you are interest in fishing a K.B.B.C. event you can download an application from there website.

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Basscasters Wednesday Evening Tournament – #10

Basscasters Wednesday Evening Tournament – #10

528 – August 24, 2011

PlaceAngler(s)# FishWt.
1stJohn Grystar / Chuck Palace48.68
2ndShaun Brown / Jeff Hall48.46
3rdBrian Divito / Jard Drover37.46
4thRone Feits / Terry Feits27.43
5thJohn Keene Jr / Renee Keene47.08
6thJeff McMaster / Rick Gavula36.8
7thSteve Sell / Nate Smith25.47
8thDavid Elswick / Jason Kneidinger35.44
LunkerRone Feits / Terry FeitsLM4.51

 

 

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KBBC – Lake Arthur -2 2011

Lake Arthur – 2 Results

PlaceAnglers# FishWt.Lunker
1Wozniak / Wozniak / 616.13.92
2Genter / Potts / 615.614.86
3Covert / Walker, Jr / 412.774.83
4Harbaugh / Stiegler / 411.665.56
5Tipler / Fox / 410.813.71
6Moran / Lambert / 49.724.27
7Wagner / Wagner / 49.032.99
8Clapperton / Kleespies / Clapperton38.944.99
9Doerflinger / White / Kinard47.912.66
10Buterbaugh / Convery / 47.842.97
11Bartley / Dugas / 47.712.78
12Kuzemchak / Coccia / 37.563.09
13Konitsky / Konitsky / 37.313.07
14Richardson / Reich / 37.23.65
15Galida / Barkley / 37.073.11
16Pate, Jr / Pate / 37.012.95
17Jankovic / Jankovic / 36.783.17
18Kneidinger / Kneidinger / Parenti36.772.79
19Kopelic / Towne / 06.392.58
20Spada / Spada / 36.013.04

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Visit the Keystone Bass Buddy Circuit website at www.kbass.com to see the full list of results as well as pictures from this event.

If you are interest in fishing a K.B.B.C. event you can download an application from there website.

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Allegheny River Bass Team Tournament #1

Come support the faternal order of police tri-city lodge #50. These guys put on a great tournament on a fantastic fishery.

 

Sunday September 18, 2011

ENTRY FEE:  $100 per team (Team is two

LIMIT: 5 fish 12” minimum.

BOAT CHECK: 5:30 am Oil City Boat Launch

TOURNAMENT HOURS:  7 am to 3 pm

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Basscasters Wednesday Evening Tournament – #4

Week #4– 528 Launch

PlaceAngler(s)#FishWt.
1stRay Reges / Brian Morgan49.73
2ndDave Landerfeld49.56
3rdMark Keene / Nate Smith48.32
4thDarly Young / Ian Young48.21
5thErine Pate / Ken Pate37.86
6thChuck Palace / John Grystar26.12
7thJosh Schliter / Jim Masgrave35.59
8thJohn Keene Jr. / Renee Keene25.55
LunkerChris Rozic / Tom RozicLM5.23

 

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Basscasters Wednesday Evening Tournament – #3

Week #3– 528 Launch

PlaceAngler(s)#FishWt.
1stMacko / Zaludek49.32
2ndCasper48.74
3rdKneidinger / Parenti48.39
4thTreaster / Frantangeli48.09
5thDivito48.05
6thSpirk / Reich47.86
7thSteiner / Steiner47.81
8thCooper / Traggai26.7
LunkerCooper / TraggaiLunker4.84

 

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Regatta Bass Tournament

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Spring Breakout Buddy Tournament

North West Basser’s
Spring Breakout Buddy Tournament
Team Bass Tournament
Pymatuning Lake – Manning Launch
Saturday, April 23, 2011

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KBBC – Lake Arthur

The last couple weeks of long anticipated fishing has been a difficult and trying task. With below freezing air temperatures at night and the fact that the air temperatures rarely reached 45 degrees during the day all the anglers were having trouble finding fish willing to hit. However, in practice I was able to find several fish flipping and working deeper weed patches when I could find green grass. Everyday on the water I was hooking several keepers and everyday I had one around 4 pounds. Most of the fish I could during practice were in part to the use of my Dig IN Shallow Water Anchors. By using the bow and transum mount together the boat would be held perfectly still and would allow me to focus on fishing and working the bait slowly without dealing with the trolling motor. Not to metion the fact that we were no longer spooking the fish with the trolling motor. I highly recommend this product to anybody that plans to fish this time of year.

The first KBBC (Keystone Bass Buddy Circuit) bass tournament was held on Saturday April 2 on Lake Arthur. Coming into the event with a better practice than most guys I felt confident that we were going to do well. My dad and I knew that the afternoon bite was going to be key, and we could not get discouraged if we didn’t get a keeper until right before weigh-in. Just like we suspected the morning was extremely tough on us. In fact the entire day was tough on us. We hit all 7 spots that I had caught a keeper in practice, but couldn’t get a single bite. At 2:30 we decided to head up into a cove that we have the most confidence in and decided we were going to live and die by it. I started by throwing jerkbaits, anyone who knows me as a fishermen knows I hate throwing them, and that lasted for about 10 minutes. I quickly looked at my dad and said I am either going to catch a big fish or no fish as I picked up a homemade chatterbait. This lure is typically my panic box lure. It always seems to save me. At 3:15 I hooked up and landed our only fish of the day. It was a 5.42 pound largemouth. The fish saved our day and gave us a 10th place finish.

My hat goes off to the KBBC staff and its sponsors for putting on another great tournament. It was run smoothly even though the fish didn’t want to co-operate. Good luck to all of the guys at Raystown. See you there.

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Spring Bass Classic

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