William Jones and David Lloyd finished 6th with 12-10.
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Wesley Parton and Ashley Singleton finished 7th with 12-07.
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John and Jenny Dubois had four fish for 8-09 and finished 19th.
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Brian and Roger Parker finished 2nd with 17-15.
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Keith Bassett and Creighton Johnson had 14-01 for 5th.
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Sam George and Jimmy Carruth brought in the biggest bag of the day weighing 18-10.
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Shane Jewell and John Michael Smith finished 4th with 14-02.
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Joel Ross and Brad Ritter had 15-06 for 3rd.
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Greg White and Anthony Coupland finished 25th with 8-01.
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Team Redneck steps to the scales.
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James Overstreet and Steve Bowman unofficially won the grudge match between themselves and Team Barone. Unofficially because Barone and partner Jimmy Mason came in before the scales opened and the unofficial weight of Barone’s bass cannot be verified. However, we have it on good authority that the rednecks won.
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Paul Ham and Sean Alvarez brought in the big bass for the day, weighing 5-01, and took home a $1000 gift card to Bass Pro Shops.
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James Reeves and Thomas Combs with a giant smallmouth. They finished 9th with 11-00.
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Martha and Don Goodfellow started the day with this nice frog fish.
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Troy Mims now unofficially holds the record for the smallest bass weighed at a Bassmaster event. This spotted bass came in at a whopping 7 oz.
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Several father son teams in the tournament today including Jeff and Jeremy Tolle.
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Karen Elkins and Shannon Morgan with the big smallmouth of the day wighing 3-14.
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Chad Aaron and Drew Mattox finished 11th with 10-13.
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When the last team’s weight was called, Sam George and Jimmy Curruth were announced as the winners of the 2013 Toyota Owners Bonus Bucks Tournament.
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The winners got to hang out with Toyota Fishing Team Elite anglers Kevin VanDatm and Terry “Big Show” Scroggins.
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For owning a Toyota vehicle and winning the no-entry-fee 2013 Toyota Owners Tournament, Sam George and Jimmy Curruth were awarded $5,000.