Anglers ‘in a zone’ for second week winning night trail on Lake Wylie

From staff reportsMay 24, 2014 

  • TNTT results: May 22

    1. Bryan New/Mike Stevens, 16.06

    2. Ron Farrow/Roger Farrow, 14.61

    3. Casey West/Blake West, 14.15

    4. Rick Carson/James Clemmons, 11.91

    5. Mike McDuffee/J.J. Jenkins, 11.69

    6. David Winters/Russ Winters, 11.51

    7. Brian Holder, 11.28

    8. Keith Porter/Josh Sloan, 11.02

    9. Adam Fillmore/Matt Queen, 10.66

    10. Brandon Chandler/Mark Chandler, 10.11

    11. Mark Humphries/Mike Carson, 10.07

    12. Rob Johnson, 10.05

    13. Tony Vierra /Jeff Zoble, 9.47

    14. Jon Eisenhour/Nathan Williams, 8.30

    15. Allan Shad/Jeff Brown, 7.75

    16. Chris Miller, 7.61

    17. Larry Phillips/Tim Sutphin, 7.55

    18. Larry Fleeman/Anthony Fleeman, 6.96

    19. Ben Ruble/Walt Bysik, 6.48

    20. Zack Whisenant/Taylor Hinkle, 5.83

    Big fish: Jeremy Cabe/Erwin Gaston, 5.03

— Mike Stevens and Bryan New took the money again May 22 at the Thursday Night Tournament Trail.

“The guys are in a zone right now and can do no wrong,” said trail co-organizer Erwin Gaston.

The two brought in 16.06 pounds worth of fish that landed the win out of 40 teams. Second-place team Ron and Roger Farrow brought five fish to the scale that weighed 14.61 pounds.

“The lake level seems to have leveled out, and the water has cleared up, which has scattered the fish in all directions,” Gaston said.

The weekly trail continues through the end of August with the fish off Sept. 5-6. 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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