Stam / Loberg top field at 100% BASS - Delta-2

Sunday tournaments always bring a different results and this week was no acceptation. As the 58 anglers started to show up at the Hook, Line & Sinker in Oakley for today’s event, all they could talk about was yesterday’s incredible weights and with great expectations, hoping this day would bring the same. For the most part they were right. Again the top finishers came in with 7 fish limits that averaged over 4 pound per fish. While it rained most of the day, the weatherman shined on the staff as it cleared up about _ hour before weigh in and keep all of us dry.

Top finishers for this day were long time supporters Ron Stam of Citrus Heights and Andy Loberg Rocklin. Their 7 fish weighed in at 28.51 pounds and included the 3 biggest fish of the day, a real nice 7.36 pound largemouth. Andy talked about how they pre-fished for 5 days and it showed in their performance. Using a technique mostly used at the local lakes, he told everyone at the awards, they Ripped all their fish in less than 2 ft of water and didn’t a gallon of gas all day (that’s a hint, they fished in Big Break). I’m sure that will open some eyes, as most people reported flipping fish and fishing a little deeper. For their efforts, they received a pair a trophies sponsored by local tackle outlet, “The Hook” and a check for $1535. Congratulations To Ron and Andy on kicking off the season with a great effort.

Second place went to Brentwood’s JD Madden and Todd Siegfried with a 7 fish limit of 28.11 lbs. They also had a nice kicker fish, a 7.58 pound bass that was the second largest fish of the day. When asked how they caught their fish, they said “Senkos and Blades, the secret was Slow, Slow, Slow”. If your moved your bait to fast, they just wouldn’t eat it. Madden also said they never left the Big Break area and just hopped around as things changed. JD wanted to thank McCoy line, Rodstainer, and St. Croix for their support. For their efforts they took home trophies and a check for $1515.

Third place went to Oakley’s Bobby Delameter and Mike Andrews. Their 7 fish weighed 25.84 but the real story was the first cast of the day. With a Speed Trap in had, Bobby latched on to a 12.55 pound bucketmouth that was not only big fish of the day, but was the largest fish of his life. Great job Bobby D. He also said they fished local (Near Big Break) and caught the rest of the fish this day on Custom Bobby D Jig, exclusively sold at “The Hook”. They took home $1195, which included the big fish pot.

Finishing in forth was Sacramento’s Larry Noss and Clarksburg’s Dean Grzelak with very respectable 25.78. Their 7 fish was worth $690 while the fifth place check of $300 dollars went to Stockton’s Gary Howell and Elk Groves Ken Mah.

100% BASS would like to thank the fine sponsors that make the difference between fishing and the quality events we are able to provide as a result of their support. Stratos Boats, Evinrude Outboards, Bob’s Marine in Modesto, MinnKota Trolling Motors, Berkley Trilene and Berkley Frenzy Hard Baits, Mister Twister, Persuader Bass Baits, Solar Bat Eye Protection, Thermo Batteries, DelTaco of Oakdale/Manteca, Walton’s Pond in San Leandro, Hook, Line&Sinker in Oakley, Outdoor Sportsman in Stockton, FishingWorld.Com, MF Finesse Worms, Vessel Assist Inc, Kistler Rods, and Comfort Suites of Oakley.

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Bob Kornhauser – Owner 100% BASS