Farrow team wins April 24 Lake Wylie fishing tournament

From staff reportsApril 25, 2014 

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    PlaceTNTT results: April 24Pounds
    1Ron Farrow / Roger Farrow17.30
    2Adam Philmore / Tyler Brown16.31
    3Shane Hartman / Todd Garner15.99
    4Hunter Hicks / Mike Stephens15.34
    5Rick Carson / James Clemmons14.90
    6Lee Endicott / Josh Morton14.36
    7Mike Stone / Corey Stone13.40
    8Robin Cairico / Mike Buschue13.07
    9Mark Leech / Zach Leech13.00
    10Tony Vierra / Jeff Zobel12.31
    11Greg Williams / Brian Williams12.12
    12Jerry Steadman / John Hammet12.04
    13Steve Addington / Matt Stout11.95
    14David Quinn / Blake West11.71
    15Jay Adams / Jay Adams Jr11.68
    16Leo Sessons / Larry Fleeman11.37
    17Cayce West / Mel Loflin10.72
    18Ben Ruebel / Walt Brysik9.79
    19Danald Black / Steve Griffith9.21
    20Mike Carver / Alan Ray8.48
    21David Winters / Russ Winters7.27
    Big FighAdam Philmore / Tyler Brown5.95

— The Thursday Night Tournament Trail had another good turnout with 45 boats and beautiful weather April 24, said Erwin Gaston, who co-organizes the event with Jeremy Cabe.

“The lake is full and the water is muddy up the lake and stained down the lake,” Gaston said. “The shad are close to the banks setting up to spawn and the bass are feeding.

“The baits of choice it seems is the buzz baits, chatter baits and wake baits,” he said.

Ron Farrow and Roger Farrow brought in five Lake Wylie bass weighing in at 17.30 pounds to take the win, with Adam Philmore and Tyler Brown bringing in 16.31 pounds to take second.

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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