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CCBM September 16th Open Results
« on: September 19, 2017, 10:53:21 PM »
Chester County Bass Masters held their 3rd of five opens for the 2017 season on September 16th out of Anchor Marine in Northeast Maryland.

39 Teams showed up on a beautiful end of summer Saturday to search for some of the Upper Bay’s black bass.  The fish had been in the normal Upper Bay late summer funk before the fall transition, making decent catches sporadic for the past few weeks.

Air temps at launch were around 65 with very light wind. The tournament launched at 6:30 under partly cloudy skies with a forecast high of 85.

Water temps were in the 75 degree range depending on where you fished. Water color was stained in most areas with some muddy conditions in a few areas.

Launch was on a rising tide with high around 7:45 and anglers due back at 2:30.


11 five fish limits were brought in with 3 other teams having 4 fish. 12 double digit weights were brought to the scales.
2 bass over 5 pounds were weighed in, including a 5.16 Smallmouth

8 cash places were paid, along with 11 sponsor prizes from Susquehanna Tackle, River Bottom Reels, Cabela's of Christiana Mall,  Nauti Goose Restaurant,  Sunoco,  Hi Seas fishing line,  Zee Bait Company,  Dobyns Rods, GRT Jigs, and Cal Coast fishing Clip n Cull.

Thanks to everyone who came out to fish, we and our sponsors appreciate the support and friendly competition.

The next Chester County tournament of 2017 will be on Saturday, October 7th out of Anchor Marine. 

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$ 3,200 in cash was paid along with $ 650 in sponsor prizes.

First place cash payout and  a pair of championship plaques went to the team of Steve Murphy and Jim Hauck. They brought in a hefty limit of 18.44 Lbs to take home a nice chunk of change.


 
The team also took home the $390 TX Lunker pot with a chunky 5.27 Largemouth.  Steve has been dialed in the last month as He also won the CCBM Big Bass Bi-Hourly Open in August.
Congrats to the team on a fantastic day.


Second place cash went to the team of Luke and Luther Shrader who put together an outstanding 5 fish limit weighing in at 16.89 Lbs.  Their big bass weighed in at 4.54 Lbs.
Congrats on a nice bag on a tough day.


Third place money was won by the team of Donnie Tomlin and Sal Manno who brought a 5 fish limit to the scales that topped out at 14.62 Lbs and a big bass of 4.78 Lbs.


Fourth place dough was earned by the team of Ron Lutz and John Detwiler who weighed in a 5 fish limit for 13.99 Lbs with a big fish of 4.51 pounds. Just  another payday at a CCBM tournament for Ron and John as they also won a pay period at the August CCBM Big Bass Bi-Hourly tournament


Fifth place coin went to the team of Mike Sentore and Greg DiPalma who weighed in a nice 5 fish limit of 12.60 Lbs with their big bass going 4.56 pounds.


Sixth place cash was collected by the team of Tyler Ashby and Joey Murphy who brought 5 fish to the scales for 12.11 Lbs.
The team also won the Susquehanna Fishing Tackle 2nd lunker award with a really nice 5.16 Smallmouth.


Seventh place money was snagged by the team of Tom Heckman and Bill Bowe with a 5 fish limit weighing 11.89 Lbs. 


Eighth place and the final money spot money spot was secured by the team of Maurice Hudson and Adam Salamoff who had a 5 bass limit for 10.98 pounds.


First team to finish just out of the money was awarded a $ 50.00 gift card from Cabela's at the Christiana Mall.
9th position and the The Cabela's card was collected by the team of Jerry Gerlach and Mark Ely who brought 5 fish to the scales for 10.57 Lbs.


Tenth place and a $ 50.00 River Bottom Reels card for reel repair and maintenance from Kevin Geesey in Elizabethown, Pa. was collected by the team of Joe and Emma Hunt who brought 5 fish to the table for 10.38 Lbs.


Eleventh place went to the team of Keith and Zach Cowan who brought 4  fish to the scales for 10.20 Lbs. to take home a $ 50.00 Zee Bait Company card, a local plastic manufacturer from Chester Springs, Pa.


Twelfth spot and a $ 50.00 River Bottom Reels card went to the team of  Lou Croce and Chris Herr who brought 3 fish to the scales for 6.87 Lbs.


13th place earned a $50.00 set of Cal Coast Fishing Clip n Culls, the non puncturing type of cull tags that hold tight with a vise grip type mechanism.  Zachary Page and James Easley weighed in 3 bass for 6.69 pounds.


14th place took home $50.00 in Hi Seas fishing line, Eli Amilani and Nick Biondi weighed in 4 bass for 6.28 pounds.


15th place earned a $ 50 Nauti Goose Restaurant card. James and Conner Helmetag brought in 2 bass for 6.22 Lbs.


16th spot won a $ 30.00 GRT Jigs card from Scott Dise in York, Pa. Fran and Matt Pratt weighed in 3 bass for 5.90 Lbs.

17th spot took the $ 25.00 Sunoco gas card, Sean Geerloff and Stan Horne had 3 fish for 5.49 Lbs.
 
18th and final sponsor prize went to Steve Weimar and Sam Montalto who weighed 3 fish for 4.96 pounds and took home a pair of 40 % off cards for Dobyns Rods.
 
The tough luck award goes to Vinny Pustizzi and Kevin Olbrich who put together a 14.20 bag that would have given them a 4th place finish but unfortunately ran into mechanical problems and were 14 minutes late to weigh in, wiping out 14 pounds of quality fish on a tough day.






1 - Murphy / Hauck                  - 5 fish - 18.44 lbs. - Tournament Lunker - 5.27 lbs
2 - Shrader / Shrader              - 5 fish - 16.89 lbs. - big fish - 4.54 lbs
3 - Tomlin / Manno                   - 5 fish - 14.62 lbs. - big fish - 4.78 lbs.
4 - Lutz / Detweiler                 - 5 fish - 13.99 lbs. - big fish - 4.51 lbs.
5 - Sentore / DiPalma             - 5 fish - 12.60 lbs. - big fish - 4.56 lbs.
6 - Ashby / Murphy                 - 5 fish - 12.11 lbs. - SFT 2nd Lunker - 5.16 lbs
7 - Heckman / Bowe               - 5 fish - 11.89 lbs. - big fish -  3.54 lbs
8 - Hudson / Salamoff             - 5 fish - 10.98 lbs. - big fish -  2.90 lbs.
9 - Gerlach / Ely                      - 5 fish - 10.57 lbs. - big fish -  3.29 lbs.
10 - Hunt / Hunt                      - 5 fish - 10.38 lbs. - big fish -  2.87 lbs.
11 - Cowan / Cowan                - 4 fish - 10.20 lbs.   
12 - Croce / Herr                     - 3 fish -   6.87 lbs. - big fish - 3.67 lbs.
13 - Page / Easley                   - 3 fish -   6.69 lbs.
14 - Amilani / Biondi                 - 3 fish -   6.28 lbs..
15 - Helmetag /Helmetag         - 2 fish -   6.22 lbs. - big fish -  3.78 lbs.
16 -  Pratt / Pratt                     - 3 fish -   5.90 lbs. - big fish -  3.06 lbs.
17 - Geerlof / Horne                 - 3 fish -   5.49 lbs.
18 - Weimar / Montalto            - 3 fish -   4.96 lbs.
19 - Caldeira / Oldaker             - 2 fish -   4.76 lbs. - big fish -  2.77 lbs
20 - Sirochman / Sirochman     - 3 fish -   4.53 lbs. - big fish -  2.22 lbs.
21 - Ungham                           - 2 fish -   3.84 lbs.
22 - Ledden / king                   - 3 fish -   3.48 lbs.
23 - Miller / Trainer                  - 1 fish -   2.02 lbs. - .50 penalty on 2.52 lbs.
24 - Snyder / Snyder                 1 fish -   1.44 lbs
25 - Waeckel / Wade               - 1 fish -  1.19 lbs.
26 - Pustizzi / Olbrich              - 5 fish -  0.20 lbs.- big fish - 3.93 lbs. - 14.00 lb. late penalty on 14.20 lbs. / Mechanical breakdown
27 - Ertel / Ertel                          DNW
27 - Witmer                                DNW
27 - Leiphart / Leiphart              DNW
27 - Davoli / Davoli                      DNW
27 - Sypeck / Sypeck                  DNW
27 - Zinni / Hannah                     DNW
27 - Piccolo /Ville                        DNW
27 - Dise / Mummart                   DNW
27 - Williams / Chaney               DNW
27 - White / Kappenstein           DNW   
27 - Nale / Nale                          DNW
27 - Bartz / Tummillo                  DNW
27 - Donnelly / Altizer                 DNW
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