One-man team wins April 10 Thursday Night Trail

April 18, 2014 

  • TNTT results: April 10

    1-Mike Stephens, 17.29 pounds

    2-Adam Fillmore/Matt Queen, 15.93 pounds

    3-Joe Floyd/David Mitchell, 15.92 pounds

    4-Brent Sanders/Chad Millsap, 14.45 pounds

    5-Gene Sparks/Stephens Sparks, 12.80 pounds

    6-Ron Farrow/Roger Farrow, 12.77 pounds

    7-Taylor Romeo/Josh Moore, 12.27 pounds

    8-Allan Shad/Jeff Brown, 12.05 pounds

    9-Ed Parker/George Bauchem, 11.73 pounds

    10-Jon Eisenhour/Nathan Williams, 10.54 pounds

    11-Butch Carter/Larry Ensley, 9.01 pounds

    12-Tony Vierra/Jeff Zobel, 8.54 pounds

    13-Todd Sosebee/Isaac Sosebee, 8.40 pounds

    14-Mike Singleton/Zach Whisenant, 8.31 pounds

    15-Jason McCall, 7.78 pounds

    16-Leo Sessoms/Larry Fleman, 7.74 pounds

    17-David Teel/Jeff Kale, 7.08 pounds

    18-Adam White/Michael Gentry, 6.25 pounds

    Big Fish-Mike Singleton/Zach Whisenant, 6.61 pounds

    Thursday Night Tournament Trail

— There were 44 boats fishing for top spots during the Thursday Night Tournament Trail’s second event of the season April 10.

“The dogwoods are blooming, and the bass are moving up to spawn,” said Erwin Gaston who organizes the trail with Jeremy Cabe. “The problem right now is the smaller male bass are the first to move up. The floating worm and buzzbaits seem to be the baits of choice.”

Mike Stephens reeled in the winning weight of 17.29 pounds, followed by the team of Adam Fillmore and Matt Queen with 15.93 pounds.

The weekly Thursday Night Tournament Trail continues through September, and registration is at 5:15 p.m. at Buster Boyd Access Area. Blastoff is at 6:30 p.m. Entry fees cost $40 per boat. Trail sponsors are Academy Sports, Kangaroo Express and A-1 Adams Bail Bond.

For more information, visit lwtt.org.

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