Thursday Night fishing trail sees 51 boats, big pounds at April 17 tourney

From staff reportsApril 24, 2014 

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    TNTT results: April 17TeamsTotals
    1Phillip Burke/Andy Beechly18.55 lbs.
    2Jay Adams/Bobby Carrol16.45
    3Mike Stephens/Hunter Hicks16.24
    4Shawn Wallace/Aurtin Chandler15.88
    5David Winters/Cayce West15.23
    6Dave Snearly/Josh Featherstone14.69
    7Erwin Gaston/Jeremy Cabe13.89
    8Erich Brink/Tim Sabella13.65
    9Corey Stone/Jacob Hatcher12.83
    10Todd Sosebee/Isaac Sosebee12.3
    11Walt Brysik/Ben Ruebel12.15
    12Robin Cairico/Mike Buschue11.85
    13Greg Williams/Brain Willams11.54
    14Mark Leech/Zach Leech11.27
    15Matt Frazier/Chris Ellis11.1
    16Tyler Brieves/John Mallard10.85
    17Joe Floyd/David Mitchell10.78
    18Russel Grigg/Brain McCraey9.28
    19Ron Weyersbeig9.15
    20Butch Carter/Larry Ensly9.11
    21Lee Endicott/Houston White9.02
    22Adam Filmore8.63
    23Billy Sipe/Jamie Bullard6.93
    24Gene Sparks/Steven Sparrow6.08
    25Marcos Mallucelli/Mike Allman3.57
    Big FishPhillip Burke/Andy Beechly4.96

— It was a cool night April 17 for the Thursday Night Tournament Trail, but it didn't seem to affect the fishing.

“We had another good turnout with half the field bringing fish to the scales,” said Erwin Gaston, who organizes the trail with Jeremy Cabe. There were 51 boats.

Phillip Burke and Andy Beechly brought in five bass weighing 18.55 pounds and the big fish of the night at 4.96 pounds.

Second place went to Jay Adams and coach Bobby Carrol with 16.45 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.

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