Get the Net team wins Lake Wylie catfish tourney with just over 84 pounds

April 18, 2014 

  • CCC results: April 12

    1-Team Get the Net (Harry Dickerson and Jamie Dickerson), 84.25 pounds, $680

    2-Team Fat Cat (George Lindsay, Damon Gibson and Kip Holsenback), 76.65 pounds, $340

    3-Team Hickory Fisher (Mike Chandley and Phillip Thorne), 74.35 pounds, $204

    4-Team Sea Ark (Coy Robinson and Johnny Robinson), 67.10 pounds, $136

    5-Team Stumpgrinder (Dale Sturgis and Nancy Sturgis), 63.60 pounds

    6-Team 4 Corners (Justin Whiteside, Mike Culp and John Comer), 61.60 pounds

    7-Team Tight Line (Brian Snipes, Bubba Branch and Charlie Medlin), 53.35 pounds

    8-Team DMD (Mike Rape, Roger Rape, David Catoe and Tony Cauthen), 49.10 pounds

    9-Team D&C (David Aycoth), 46.65 pounds

    10-Team JuneBug (Clay David, Jason Henderson and Gary Morton), 43.45 pounds

    11-Team Sparky (Ron Carden, April Carden and Rick Seese), 41.80 pounds

    12-Team Reelin’ the Blues (Jeff Manning and Michael Paciacco), 40.25 pounds

    13-Team Got tha Blues (Dean Birch), 38.45 pounds

    14-Team Dancing Blues (Michael Craft, Randy Blanton and Danny Deal), 30.70 pounds

    15-Team Strawberry (Steven Wooten and Jeff Jackson), 28.75 pounds

    16-Team Reel Time (Marty Green and Steve Workman), 23.00 pounds

    17-Team Harbortowne Hookers (Josh Coggins and Jamie Kennedy), 21.85 pounds

    18-Team Troller (Mark Follet and Bob Clark), 16.75 pounds

    19-Team Hookin’ Up (Daniel Scott and Neil Robinson), 13.40 pounds

    20-Team Cat Snatch Fever (Phil Rollings, Scott Edwards, Wes Rollings, Mike Thomas), 11.95 pounds

    Catawba Catfish Club

— The Catawba Catfish Club held its eighth tournament of the season on April 12 at Lake Wylie, with 29 boats competing for a total pot of $1,360 and big fish pot of $290.

Organizer Marty Green said anglers were greeted with partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the high 70s, with little wind. Water conditions were stained from recent rains, and its temperature was about 60 degrees.

“Word at the weigh-in was that most fish and the biggest fish for most teams were caught early in the couple of hours before dark,” Green said. “Teams said the bite died off after dark.”

Team “Get the Net” pulled out the win with a three-fish stringer of 84.25 pounds, good for $680, as well as nabbing the big fish prize with a 43.80-pound flathead.

The top seven teams in the points had an off-night, with the best finish being posted by Team DMDs in eighth place, enabling them to jump into second place. Team Reelin’ the Blues maintained their lead and got into the last event at Wateree with a 10-point lead.

The final tournament will be held from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 3 at Lake Wateree State Park.

Tournament sponsors are Fish Bite Rod Holders, Boat Sales of Lake Wylie, HuntFishPaddle, Shockwave Rattles, Kangaroo Express and Pepsi. Visit for more information.

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