Team Wolfe’s Guide Service wins first place and Big Fish awards
Jason Wolfe and Paisley June Wolfe won the December 2021 Blacks Camp Big Cat Shootout with a 2-day total weight of 183.68 pounds. They also won the Big Fish award and broke the tournament record with their total weight.
They started Day 2 in fourth place, having weighed a two-fish limit that went 76.18 pounds on Day 1. Jason Wolfe, who runs Wolfe’s Guide Service, had a good feeling going into Day 2. And it was 12-year-old Paisley June who fought and reeled in all of the fish. Their second-day bag weighed a whopping 107.5 pounds.
“I was just driving the boat and serving as net man,” Wolfe said.
One of Paisley’s fish from Day 2 weighed 58.45 pounds, which added the Big Fish honor to their winnings.
“We caught everything on cut bait from Jamie K Outdoors. We were using Drifting Stix and Big Cat Fever rods. Dad found the fish and luckily we were able to get the right ones in the boat,” she said. “It was a lot of fun and I hope to fish in more tournaments in the future.”
The father-daughter team won a total of $8825. They netted $7425 for taking first place in the event. And they tacked on another $1400 for winning Big Fish.
Day 1 leaders slid to fourth place
Team Coyle, who was in the lead at the end of Day 1, slipped on Day 2. They brought 86.25 pounds to the scale on Day 1, but only managed 59.3 pounds on Day 2, for a 2-day total of 145.55 pounds. They finished in fourth place.
Team Catastrophic Failures took second place with a total weight of 149.67 pounds. They had a strong showing on Day 2 with 92.28 pounds after catching 57.39 on Day 1. Team Reel Down finished third with 146.62 pounds.
Team Drop Off took fifth place with a total weight of 141.70.
See below for full results of the event, which payed back 100% of entry fees.