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  • Student Angler League Tournament Trail March 5 Results

    Georgetown, SC March 5 2016
    Student Angler League’s final of 4 trails ended with over $1,000 worth of gift cards up for grabs. Clear skies made it attractive but the compass changing winds made it challenging. In a season where 90% of the fleet targeted the 2 reds, the bass division business picked up.
    In the high school bass division, Conway’s Dylan Drew and Colby Calhoun took first with 5 fish at 6.52 pounds and Dylan caught the big fish at 2.01 pounds. Conway’s Gage Fortson and Jacob Richardson took second with 3 fish at 5.38 pounds. Georgetown’s Chase Todd and Marshall Sasser finished third with 2 fish at 2.96 pounds.
    In the other division of middle school reds and high school reds there were no fish brought to the scale. No teams registered for the middle school bass all season. Big fish reds (from a photo on the bump board with quick release ) went to Colin Newton of Waccamaw High and Ben Pardue of Conway Middle.

    Trail Champions
    -High School Reds Colin Newton of Waccamaw High and Noah Payne of Rosemary Middle
    -Middle School Reds Ben Pardue and Charlie Holmes of Conway Middle
    -High School Bas Chase Todd and Marshall Sasser of Georgetown

    The Student Angler League will host two bass tourneys in April. 2nd at Samworth WMA in Plantersville and 16th at Sampit in Georgetown. Anglers must have registration and dues paid to participate. The events are to try and increase participation in bass fishing for the league. 90% of the members targeted reds this season. Any student in SC can participate from a public or private school.
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