Bass Fishing Tournament | Oneida County Newspaper

Bass Fishing Tournament | Oneida County Newspaper
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Over the weekend, Malad High School’s Bass Fishing team participated in the second annual Bass Fishing tournament at Devil Creek.  After a long morning of fishing, the top 5 catches by each entrant were weighed, resulting in Bryce Jones being named the winner of the tournament, with a 4.32 pound total for his five fish.  Dutch Loftis caught the biggest fish, a 1.08 bass.  

Bryce Jones, with his boat captain Adam Peterson of Mendan, ended up keeping a total of five fish for weigh-in, which ended up totaling 4.32 pounds.  His second place biggest fish came in at .91 pounds.  Asked how he had done during the morning, Jones said, “I spent most of the morning catching trout.  A lot of trout.  Then I switched to the Babybass dropshot and ended up getting some good ones.”  Jones took home new tackle, a new rod and reel, and a bunch of bait.

Durth Loftis came in second, with a five fish total of 4.11 pounds.  He also landed the official biggest fish with a 1.08 pound catch. …

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