You read it right, 48lbs. 13ozs. for 7 fish and they only had 2nd big fish of 10lbs 1 oz. Now who had that limit and how did they catch them. The team was Richard Myers and Westley Jones. How did thay catch that limit, by flipping tubes in pockets in the weeds, and they only fished 3 different areas, they started off at

After they went through that area they turned around and fished it again and got better fish. They did what you are suppose to do, if you are catching fish DON'T leave fish to find fish.

2nd place went to John Payne and Joseph Montanto with 41 lbs. 1 oz. and that is with only 6 fish. They also had Big Fish of 10 lbs 7 ozs. They got their fish flipping jigs. If they would have had 7 fish they just might have had over 50 lbs.

3rd place went to Fred Lerond and Anthony Quilon with 33 lbs. 15 ozs., and their big fish was only 7 lbs 8 ozs. Now they were throwing buzzbaits all day long. White buzzbaits with gold blades.

4th place went to Jeff Berg and Aaron Buckholz with 32 lbs. 10 ozs. and 5th was Jason Pardini and Chad Erie with 29 lbs. 6 ozs. Who would have thought just 5 years ago that it would take almost 30 lbs. just to make the top 5 in a tournament? There were also 26 fish over 5 lbs weighed in.

We at Stockton Bass would like to thank all of our great sponsors for their support and great stuff for the free boat draws. And a special thanks to all of the fishermen and women that fish Stockton Bass no matter what the weather does.

Please note: Due to the construction that is to begin the first of July on the launch ramps at Buckley Cove, we are going to cancel both the July and August tournaments, also the Outdoor Sportsman 2 day supper team in October.