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CCBM June 9th Upper Bay Open results
« on: June 13, 2018, 03:55:34 PM »
Chester County Bass Masters held their 2nd of five opens for the 2018 season on June 9th out of Anchor Marine in Northeast Maryland.

51 Teams showed up to fish an overcast late spring Saturday in search of a 5 fish limit of Upper Bay black bass.  The largemouth were mostly post spawn with some spawners still out there with the late spring we've had.

Air temps at launch were around 65 with little wind. The tournament launched at 5:30 under cloudy skies with a forecast high of 82. Humidity was high making it feel like a mid August day with very little breeze.  The day stayed hot and humid until the skies opened up around 1:45 and dumped heavy rain for about an hour.

Water temps were in the 70 - 76 degree range depending on where you fished. Water was off colored from recent rains and a little muddy in some areas from runoff.
Launch was on incoming tide with high around 7:45.

Two flights went out with the first flight due back at 2:30 and second flight at 2:45.
 
17 five fish limits were brought in with 6 other teams having 4 fish. 21 double digit weights were brought to the scales.
16 bass over 4 pounds were weighed in.
7 bass over 5 pounds were weighed in.

11 cash places were paid, along with 12 sponsor prizes from Susquehanna Tackle, Bass Cat,  River Bottom Reels, Cabela's of Christiana Mall, Dobyns Rods,  Sunoco,  Hi Seas fishing line,  Zee Bait Company,  Solar Bat Sunglasses,  Boomerang Tool Company snips and GRT Jigs.

21 boats participated in the $ 60 option pot which payed out 3 spots, 60% for 1st, 30% for 2nd and 10% for 3rd.

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

The next Chester County Open tournament of 2018 will be on Saturday, August 4th out of Anchor Marine. 

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$ 5,445 in cash was paid along with $ 725 in sponsor prizes.

First place cash payout and championship plaques went to a pair of top contenders in any Upper Bay TX. Dave Wilder and John Vanore, The pair found the right bites to bring in a 5 fish limit of 21.04 Lbs to take home a nice chunk of change.
The team also took home 1st place in the Option Pot worth another $ 756.
Congrats to Dave and John on a fantastic day.






Second place cash went to the team of Mark Ely and Jerry Gerlach.  The team put together an outstanding 5 fish limit weighing in at 19.92 Lbs. Their big fish went 4.81 Lbs.
Congrats on an exceptional performance.


Third place money was won by another team always in the hunt on the Upper Bay.  Keith and Zach Cowan brought a 5 fish limit to the scales that topped out at 19.54 Lbs. Their big fish was 4.69 Lbs.
The team also took home 2nd place in the Option pot worth another $ 378.
Great finish for the 2017 CCBM Opens points Champs looking to repeat in 2018.


Fourth place dough was earned by a team who is always a threat to win any Upper Bay tournament. Mike Sentore and Sean McKee weighed in a 5 fish limit for 19.30 Lbs with a big fish of 4.59 pounds, another good limit of Upper Bay bass.
The 2016 CCBM Open Points Champs also took home $ 126 for 3rd place in the side Option Pot.


Fifth place coin went to the team of Vincent Pustizzi and Tim Nichols who weighed in a nice 5 fish limit of 18.77 Lbs with their big bass going 4.57 pounds. Great work on the day.


Sixth place cash was collected by the team of Terry Roberson and Mark Shafer who brought 5 fish to the scales for 18.09 Lbs. with a big fish of 3.89 lbs.


Seventh place money was snagged by the team of Ernie Leiphart and Clefton Shortlidge with a 5 fish limit weighing 17.95 Lbs. and a big fish of 5.21 pounds.  Nice work.


Eighth place money spot was secured by the team of Grae Buck and Duke Nave who had a 5 bass limit for 17.53 pounds with a big bass of 4.52 pounds.


Ninth place cash was collected by the team of Reese Hudson and Joe Booker who brought 5 fish to the scales for 16.91 Lbs.

 
Tenth place money was collected by the team of Mike Piccolo and Bill Ville who brought 4 fish to the table for 16.87 Lbs. with a big fish of 5.41 lbs.


Eleventh place and the final cash spot went to the team of Fran Pratt and Matt Pratt who brought 5 fish to the scales for 15.08 Lbs. with a big fish of 3.83 Lbs.


12th thru 21st spots won sponsor gift cards or products from Cabela's Christiana Mall, Zee Bait Company, River Bottom Reels, Boomerang Tool Company, Solar Bat Sunglasses, Hi Seas Line, Dobyns Rods, Sunoco and GRT Jigs.

First team to finish just out of the money was awarded a $ 50.00 gift card from Cabela's at the Christiana Mall.
12th position and the The Cabela's card went to Tyler Ashby and J. Murphy who brought 5 bass to the scale weighing 14.76 Lbs. with a big fish of 3.59 lbs.





13th place earned a $50.00 River Bottom Reels repair/service gift card. RBR repairs any make /model reels and are located in Elizabethown, Pa.
Jim Miller and James Ohono weighed in 3 bass for 14.67 pounds. The team also won the 2nd Lunker Award, a $ 50 gift card from Susquehanna Fishing Tackle by bringing in a 5.66 pound  beauty. Great weight for only 3 fish, nearly a 5 pound average.



14th place earned a $ 50 Zee Bait Company card. Mike and Lynn Rhodes brought in a 5 fish limit for 14.34 Pounds. The team also won the 3rd Lunker award, a $ 50 Bass Cat Marine Parts Store gift card with a hefty 5.63 pound Upper Bay fatty.



15th place received  2 pair of Boomerang Tool Company line snips, John Shumate and Don Haskins weighed 5 fish for 13.86 lbs with a nice 4.31 big bass.

16th place won 2 pair of Solar Bat sunglasses.  Tom Heckman and Bill Bowe brought in 4 fish for 13.09 lbs. to the scale with a 4.19 big fish.

17th place earned a Hi Seas fishing line gift pack which went to Sean Geerlof and Stan Horne with 4 bass for 12.11. lbs and a 4.94 big fish.


18th Spot won a $ 30 GRT jigs certificate. Mike Duarte and Dalton Quigley weighed in 5 bass for 11.75 pounds.  The team also won the $ 510 lunker pot with a 5.67 big girl.


19th Place received a $ 25 Sunoco gas card. Jay Pirollo and Jon Smith brought in 4 bass for 11.61 Lbs with a big fish of 3.90 lbs.

20th spot won a pair of Dobyns heavy duty zippered weigh bags.  Ed and Eddie Donnelly brought in 5 bass weighing 11.58 lbs.


21st position and the last sponsor prize, a pair of 40% off Dobyns Rods certificates went to Lou Croce and Jimmy Pitcherello with 3 fish going 11.50 lbs.



1 - Wilder - Vanore - 5 fish -  21.04 lbs. -  big fish - 5.04 lbs

2 - Ely / Gerlach   -    5 fish - 19.92 lbs. -  big fish - 4.81 lbs

3 - Cowan / Cowan  - 5 fish - 19.54 lbs. - big fish - 4.69 lbs.

4 - Sentore / McKee -      5 fish - 19.30 lbs .- big fish - 4.59
5 - Pustizzi / Nichols    -   5 fish - 18.77 lbs - big fish -  4.57
6 - Roberson / Schafer  - 5 fish - 18.09 lbs. - big fish - 3.89
7 - Leiphart / Shortlidge - 5 fish - 17.95 lbs. - big fish - 5.21
8 - Buck / Nave              - 5 fish - 17.53 lbs. - big fish - 4.52
9 - Hudson / Booker       - 5 fish - 16.91 lbs. 
10 - Piccollo / Ville    -      4 fish - 16.87 lbs. - big fish -  5.41
11 - Pratt / Pratt              - 5 fish - 15.08 lbs.-  big fish - 3.83
12 - Ashby / Murphy   -     5 fish - 14.76 lbs. - big fish -  3.59
13 - Miller / Ohono       -    3 fish - 14.67 lbs. - SFT  2nd Lunker       - 5.66 Lbs.
14 - Rhodes / Rhodes     - 5 fish - 14.34 lbs. - Bass Cat 3rd lunker -  5.63 Lbs.
15 - Shumate / Haskins  - 5 fish -  13.86 lbs. - big fish -  4.31
16 - Heckman / Bowe     - 4 fish -  13.09 lbs. - big fish -  4.19
17 - Geerlof / Horne       -  4 fish -  12.11 lbs. - big fish -  4.94
18 - Duarte / Quigley       - 5 fish -  11.75 lbs. - Tournament Lunker -  5.67 Lbs.
19 - Pirollo / Smith           - 4 fish -  11.61 lbs. - big fish -  3.90
20 - Donnelly / Donnelly  - 5 fish -  11.58 lbs. 
21 - Croce / Pitcherello   - 5 fish -   11.50 lbs 
22 - Allender / Allender    - 4 fish -    8.98 lbs. - big fish - 3.47
23 - Martin / Christman    - 3 fish -    8.60 lbs - big fish -  3.41
24 - Zinni / Zinni               - 3 fish -    8.56 lbs.
25 - Faverio / Galloway    - 5 fish -    8.48 lbs. - big fish - 5.19 
26 - Stalb / Stalb              - 4 fish -    8.13 lbs.
27 - Weimar                      - 3 fish -   7.32 lbs.
28 - Henrey / Wigmore      - 3 fish -  6.94 lbs. - big fish - 3.35
29 - Murphy                       - 2 fish -  6.53 lbs. - big fish - 4.30
30 - Waeckel / Wade         - 3 fish -  6.01 lbs.
31 - Ledden / King             - 2 fish -  5.35 lbs.
32 - Sirochman / Sirochman 1 fish -  5.15 lbs.
33 - Stewart / Dupont          - 1 fish - 2.90 lbs.
34 - Shrader / Humphreys      - DNW               
34 - Wheeler / von Nordeck  -  DNW
34-  Hannah / Wright              - DNW
34 - Easley / Page                 - DNW
34 - Calderia / Oldaker          - DNW
34 - Rozenswieg / Krout        - DNW
34 - Gabriele / Malczewski    - DNW
34 - Scarselli                         - DNW
34 - Hayden / Hayden           - DNW
34 - Lutz / Detwiler                - DNW
34 - Moore / Vernon              - DNW
34 - Cassella / Patton           - DNW
34 - McCullogh                     - DNW
34 - Clayton / Willingham     - DNW
34 - Jeddy / Goings              - DNW
34 - Gay / Stuckey               - DNW
34 - Machmer / Wood          - DNW
34 - Zisk - Marshall              - DNW
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