Click here to continue 1 / 34 Volunteers helped register anglers for the 4th Annual Keith Combs Sam Rayburn Slam. The longtime Bassmaster Elite Series angler has held the tournament on Lake Sam Rayburn near his home in Huntingdon, Texas, to benefit military personnel. 2 / 34 There were more than 150 people in attendance, helping the event raise more than $40,000 for Warrior's Weekend Texas. Warrior's Weekend is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the support of our combat wounded veterans. 3 / 34 The weekend began with a dinner and live auction at the Event Center in Jasper on Friday night. Guests were treated to a steak dinner provided by The Stump restaurant. 4 / 34 Combs had a full house. 5 / 34 Some guests visit with Purple Heart recipient Bradley Gruetzner (right), an Army veteran who lost the lower half of his right arm in Iraq. 6 / 34 Raffle prizes were abundant. 7 / 34 Keith helps auctioneer Slim keep track of the bidding on items. 8 / 34 While the fishing tournament took place on a cold and windy Sam Rayburn, Combs held his 4th Annual Kids Casting Contest at Umphrey Pavilion. 9 / 34 Dale and Brady size up the competition after some practice. 10 / 34 There were kids ages 6-18 competing in three different age groups, with the grand champion winning an Old Town Vapor 10 kayak. 11 / 34 Gerry McGlone is all smiles competing. 12 / 34 Hunter Laskoskie gives it his best efforts. 13 / 34 Madisyn Cotton is a picture of concentration. 14 / 34 Tinlee Johnson hauls off a bag of swag. 15 / 34 Ethan Collins pitches for the kayak. 16 / 34 Matthew Perry is focused. 17 / 34 All the youth participants received prizes, first and foremost were Shimano SLX combos. 18 / 34 Winners in each age group were: Hunter Laskoskie, 12 and under, Brady Tucker 13-15, and Mathew Perry 16-18 19 / 34 Mathew Perry, 17, of Copperas Cove, Texas, was the overall grand champion and took home the Old Town Vapor 10 kayak. 20 / 34 Combs had secured a good group of sponsors allowing him to hold the event, which offered a 100 percent payback to the $250 entry fee. 21 / 34 And they offered up plenty of prizes to give away to the competitors. 22 / 34 The Loving Auto Group was among Combs’ sponsors. 23 / 34 Staff Sgt. Cole Presley poses with his service dog, Sergeant. They helped spread the word for Warrior's Weekend. 24 / 34 The top Youth Team was Brent and Whitt Broussard, who finished 19th overall with 13.61 pounds. They earned $500 and $500 in products. 25 / 34 The top Coed Team was Clint Wade and Stacy Spriggs, who finished eighth overall with 18.77, and took home $1,000 in winnings. 26 / 34 Dean and Debbie Perkins show off their fish. 27 / 34 Dustin and Caden Alexander await their fate - they finished 20th. 28 / 34 Clint Fountain and Ashley Adams had 17.11 to take 13th and a nice cash prize of $475. 29 / 34 Robert and Tara Reid didn’t make the top of the leaderboard but had a great time. 30 / 34 Jason Bonds and Steve Phillips teamed up to take fourth place, with an 8.95 kicker in their bag of 23.17, earning $3,000. 31 / 34 Phillip Crelia and TJ Goodwin had 23.44 to finish third and win $3,500. 32 / 34 In second place were Harold Moore and Kris Wilson with 25.00, including the big bass of the event at 9.45. That fish earned them a $750 Tackle Addict gift card and second earned $5,000. 33 / 34 The winners were Larry Mosby and Ben Richardson, who weighed in 25.44 with an 8.99 lunker to top the 100-boat field. 34 / 34 Combs hands Mosby and Richardson their winning plaques. The pair also took the first-place prize of a Ranger RT198P with Yamaha 150SHO valued at $35,000.