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Chester County Bass Masters May 28 Open Results
« on: May 31, 2022, 05:15:13 PM »
Chester County Bass Masters held their 2nd of five Points Opens for the 2022 season on May 28th out of Anchor Marine in Northeast Maryland.

102 Teams showed up on a damp late spring Saturday in search of a 5 fish limit of Upper Bay black bass.

The largemouth were in spawn and post spawn modes, mostly post. Water temps the last few weeks have been stable with the bite being fairly good most days.
The field was full of the best Upper Chesapeake Bay fisherman the 5 state area has to offer.

A cool rain front moved thru the area Friday into late Friday night.
Winds died down to 5 - 10 for tournament morning.
Air temps at launch were around 63 with a little breeze.

The tournament launched at 5:45 under partly cloudy skies with a forecast high of 80.
Water temps were in the 70 -74 degree range depending on where you fished. Water color was a little dirty from the previous rain/wind.

Launch was on a rising tide tide with high around 10:00 am. with low at 5:00 pm
Ten flights went out with the first flight due back at 2:30 and each additional flight of 10 boats due back ten minutes apart.
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Catching was decent for post spawn and the frontal system.
48 five fish limits were brought in.
10 teams had 4 fish
21 bass over 4 pounds were weighed in.
4 bass over 5 pounds were weighed in.
1 bass over 6 pounds were weighed in.

10 cash places were paid, along with 18 sponsor prizes from Susquehanna Tackle, Rhino linings of Delaware, Dobyns Rods, Zee Bait Company, Steak & Main Restaurant, Eastern Marine of Newark, Nichols Lures, 13 Fishing, Cabelas - Pauls Plastering, Buff USA, Pro-Tec Boat Care Products, Harmony Fishing Tackle, Bass Pro Shops, Boomerang Tools, Smallmouth Crush, Hayabusa Hooks, Native Tungsten Weights, Hi Seas Line, Bass Cat, Simms, Venom Lures, Trailer Parts Superstore of Newark, Upper Bay outdoors, Buck Brook Alpacas and Black Rifle Coffee Company.

53 boats participated in $ 60 option pot which paid 3 spots.

Unfortunately a couple top bags were not in the Option pot allowing 3rd place Option Pot Cash to go to tournaments 5th place team.

The winning boat is eligible for the Power Pole Captains Cash and the T & H Marine contingency cash if they are signed up for those programs.

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 2022 will be on Saturday, July 16th out of Anchor Marine.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/881394538591363
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First place cash payout and championship plaques went to a team that has been on the podium a few times for our Opens, they are no strangers to winning on the Upper Bay.
Keith Cowan and Zach Cowan bested the field by over 2 pounds.

The pair found the right bites to bring in a 5 fish limit of 21.66 Lbs to take home the win and a really nice payout.
Their big fish was 4.82 lbs.

The Team also took home additional $$$$$ by entering the $ 60 Option Pot and taking first place cash there.

They also took advantage of the Power Pole Contingency cash for $ 250, and the T & H Marine Contingency $$$.
https://power-pole.com/captains-cash-rewards
https://thmarinesupplies.com/pages/atlas-awards-info

As if that wasn't enough $$$$$ already, they will be getting an extra $ 1,000 from Bass Cat for being in their Bass Cat Quest Contingency Cash program, which all 6 CCBM Opens are certified for.
https://basscat.com/

Along with the cash, the team also received a nice package of products from Dobyns Rods !
Congrats Keith and Zach on a very $$$ profitable day !
http://dobynsrods.com/
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Second place cash went to Calvin Schwenk and Nick Canestra . The team put together an outstanding 5 fish limit for this day weighing in at 19.44 Lbs.
Their big fish was 4.82 lbs.
Along with 2nd place cash, the team also received a nice package of products from Dobyns Rods !
Congrats to Calvin and Nick on an great performance !
http://dobynsrods.com/
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Third place money was won by Duke Nave and Steve Allender who brought a 5 fish limit to the scales that topped out at 19.29 Lbs.putting some nice cash in their pockets.
Their big fish was 5.11 lbs.

The pair also entered the Option Pot taking home the $$$$ for 2nd place from that voluntary pot.

Along with the cash, the team also received a nice package of products from Dobyns Rods !
Congrats to Duke and Steve with a great bag !
http://dobynsrods.com/
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Fourth place dough was earned by Joe Hunt and Braden " Boom Boom " Hunt weighing in a 5 fish bag for 18.78 Lbs.
Their big fish was 4.89 lbs.
Congrats to Joe and Braden on a nice limit of Upper Bay bass for the day !
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Fifth place coin went to the team of Zach White and Ryan Savidge - who weighed in 5 fish for 18.77 Lbs.
The Pair also entered the $ 60 Option Pot, taking home $$$ for 3rd place cash from that voluntary pot.
Great work on the day. Their big fish was 4.45 lbs.
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Sixth place cash was collected by the team of Derrick Lozer and Kris Bucher who brought 5 fish to the scales for 18.23 Lbs. with a big fish of 4.19 Lbs. Nice finish in a big field of quality anglers..
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Seventh place money was snagged by the team of Ken Cassella and Bruce Richert with 5 fish weighing 17.99 Lbs. with a big fish of 3.80 Lbs. Great weight for the Bay.
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Eighth place cash went to the team of Michael Machmer and Denny Bianco who brought 5 fish to the scales for 17.36 Lbs. to gain some nice points towards the 2022 Championship.
Their big fish was 3.98 lbs.
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Ninth place team of Jon Werner and Jody Werner brought 5 fish to the scales for 17.36 Lbs. getting great points towards the 2022 Championship top 5 teams..
Their big fish was 3.72 lbs
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Tenth place and last money spot was secured by the team of David Keppler and Bryson Smith who weighed in 5 for 17.26 Lbs. with a big fish of 4.27 Lbs. Congrats on the top 10 finish with over 100 boats !
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11th thru 25th spots won gift cards or product from Pro-Tec Boat Care, Black Rifle Coffee Company, Zee Bait Company, Eastern Marine of Newark, Steak & Main restaurant of North East, Nichols Lures, 13 Fishing, Venom Lures, Native Tungsten, Hi Seas Line and Hayabusa Hooks, Harmony Fishing Tackle, Pauls Plastering-Bass Pro Shops, Boomerang Tools,Native Tungsten Weights, Hi Seas Line, Upper Bay Outdoors, Buck Brook Alpacas, Smallmouth Crush and Venom Lures.
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Eleventh place and first team out of the money was taken by the team of Corey Ellis and Nate Brown who brought 5 fish to the table for 17.22 Lbs. earning them 75 dollars worth of BUFF USA Aqua + Sun Gloves / buffs.
https://www.buffusa.com/shop-buff/men/gloves-category.html
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Twelfth place was won by Connor Mann and Chad Buckland. The team brought in 5 bass for 17.02 Lbs. giving them a $ 50 Cabelas card from Paul's Plastering of New Castle.
The team also earned some extra money with their CCBM Tournament Lunker, a 6.01 big girl that was worth an additional $ 1,020 in the cash lunker payout.
https://www.cabelas.com/shop/en#
https://www.paulsplastering.com/
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Thirteenth spot place went to the team of John Vanore and Dave Wilder who sacked 5 fish for 16.98 Lbs.
giving them a $ 60 card from Zee Bait Company a local plastics maker from SE Pa.
https://zeebaitco.com/
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14th spot was won by Conor Cahill and Adam Satanoff . The team brought in 5 for 16.92 Lbs. bass which gave them $ 60 worth of product from Pro-Tec Boat Care.
https://protecproducts.com/
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15th place went to the team of Ricky Ewing and Brandon Riccio who sacked 5 fish for 16.53 Lbs.
The team earned a $ 50 card from Eastern Marine of Newark, De.
https://www.easternmarine.com/
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16th spot was collected by the team of Mike Piccolo and Scott Mcanulty who brought 5 fish to the table for 16.47 Lbs. The team won a $ 50 Steak & Main restaurant card. Located on Main St. in North East, rated one of the top Steak house in the Mid Atlantic.
https://steakandmain.com
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17th place won $ 50 worth of baits from Nichols Lure company, made in the USA in Georgia. a
Terry Roberson and Andrew Chianese weighed in 5 bass for 16.38 Lbs. to take home the Sponsor prizes.
https://nicholslures.com/
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18th place took home a $ 60 worth of plastics from 13 Fishing.
Frances Voce and Anthony Voce weighed in 5 fish for 16.13 Lbs. to grab the tackle.
https://13fishing.com/
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19th place won a $ 50 Venom Lures pack
Rob Willwerth and Jim Valentine weighed 5 fish for 16.07 lbs. to take home the Venom Baits.
https://www.venomlures.com/
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20th place took home $ 50 in Tungsten Weights from Native Tungsten, a local retailer of Tungsten weights and jigheads located in Holland, Pa.
Randy Bassler brought in 5 bass for 15.85 Lbs to win the tungsten.
http://www.nativetungsten.com/
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21st place took home $ 50 in Top quality Hayabusa Hooks and Reins Plastics.
Vincent Pustizzi and Andrew Owens weighed in a limit for 15.77 Lbs to win the Hooks and Plastics..
https://hayabusafishing.com/.../freshwater-bass-fishing.../
https://www.reinsfishing.com/
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22nd place received $ 50 worth Harmony Fishing Tackle products. Michael Shannon and Chad Everwine found five keepers for 5.69 Lbs. to take home some nice terminal tackle from Harmony.
https://www.harmonyfishing.com/
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23rd spot received a $ 50 card for Upper Bay Outdoors products, a local Maryland clothing company.
Matt Goudie and Aaron Fricke weighed in 5 for 15.66 Lbs to take home some nice outerwear.
A portion of all Upper Bay Outdoors proceeds are donated to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.
https://www.upperbayoutdoors.com/
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24th place home $ 60 worth of Hi Seas fishing line, manufactured in Chester County, Pa.
Dave Raivley and David Ripa brought in 5 fish for 15.64 Lbs. to win 10 spools of line.
https://www.afwfishing.com/
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25th and last Sponsor spot took home a pair of Boomerang Tool braided line cutters.
They also received sun buffs from Smallmouth Crush
Richard Leadbeater and Chris Hutchinson brought in 5 bass for 15.36 Lbs. to win the Line Snips.
https://www.boomerangtool.com/.../the-original-snip...
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC27OUHVh-MipPoVM32MFHOA
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The Susquehanna Fishing Tackle 2nd Lunker for the tournament was given to Michael Zampella and Wayne Perry who weighed in a a 5.52 Lb. Upper Bay fattie as part of their 14.74 Lb. bag.
Winning them a $ 100 card from SFT
https://sfttackle.com/
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Herb Weichmann and Marcus Griffin weighed in a 5.35 big girl which was the tournaments 3rd lunker and earned them a $ 75 bag of Black Rifle Coffee / Yeti Cups products.
https://www.blackriflecoffee.com/
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Cabelas Heaviest Single Smallmouth Award :
$ 50 Cabelas card to the heaviest smallmouth weighed in went to Jim Helmetag and Conner Helmetag who weighed in a 3.65 smallmouth as part of their 3 fish - 10.10 Lb Bag.
https://www.cabelas.com/shop/en
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One last Sponsor prize was handed out:
The smallest limit of fish weighed in for the tournament won a $ 200 card from Rhino Liners Custom Truck Shop of Newark Delaware, good for anything at the store. They carry Custom wheels, tires, exhaust, lift kits, custom Leather interiors, and do all service work on vehicles.
Robert Dougherty and Dom Parisi brought 5 bass to the scales for 11.13 Lbs. pounds to take home the $ 200 prize.
https://www.rhinoliningsde.com/


CCBM Open # 2 Results May 28th.


1 - Keith Cowan / Zach Cowan - 5 fish - 21.66 lb - big fish: 4.82
2 - Calvin Schwenk / Nick Canestra - 5 fish - 19.44 lb - big fish: 4.82
3 - Duke Nave / Steve Allender - 5 fish - 19.29 lb - big fish: 5.11
4 - Joe Hunt / Braden Hunt- 5 fish - 18.78 lb - big fish: 4.89
5 - Zach White / Ryan Savidge - 5 fish - 18.77 lb - big fish: 4.45
6 - Derrick Lozer / Kris Bucher - 5 fish - 18.23 lb - big fish: 4.19
7 - Ken Cassella / Bruce Richert - 5 fish - 17.99 lb - big fish: 3.80
8 - Mike Machmer / Denny Bianco - 5 fish - 17.36 lb - big fish: 3.98
9 - Jon Werner / Jody Werner - 5 fish - 17.36 lb - big fish: 3.72
10 - David Keppler / Bryson Smith - 5 fish - 17.26 lb - big fish: 4.27
11 - Corey Ellis / Nate Brown - 5 fish - 17.22 lb
12 - Connor Mann / Chad Buckland - 5 fish - 17.02 lb - big fish: 6.01 Tournament Lunker
13 - John Vanore / Dave Wilder - 5 fish - 16.98 lb - big fish: 3.61
14 - Conor Cahill / Adam Satanoff - 5 fish - 16.92 lb - big fish: 4.60
15 - Ricky Ewing / Brandon Riccio - 5 fish - 16.53 lb - big fish: 4.12
16 - Mike Piccolo / Scott Mcanulty - 5 fish - 16.47 lb
17 - Terry Roberson / Andrew Chianese - 5 fish - 16.38 lb - big fish: 3.91
18 - Frances Voce / Anthony Voce - 5 fish - 16.13 lb - big fish: 4.80
19 - Rob Willwerth / Jim Valentine - 5 fish - 16.07 lb - big fish: 3.94
20 - Randy Bassler - 5 fish - 15.85 lb
21 - Vincent Pustizzi / Andrew Owens - 5 fish - 15.77 lb
22 - Michael Shannon / Chad Everwine - 5 fish - 15.69 lb - big fish: 4.30
23 - Matt Goudie / Aaron Fricke - 5 fish - 15.66 lb - big fish: 3.79
24 - Dave Raivley / David Ripa - 5 fish - 15.64 lb - big fish: 4.26
25 - Richard Leadbeater / Chris Hutchinson - 5 fish - 15.36 lb - big fish: 4.79
26 - Mike Sentore / Sean Mckee - 5 fish - 15.30 lb - big fish: 3.34
27 - Dan Capano / Jim Smith - 5 fish - 15.22 lb - big fish: 5.17
28 - Derick Olson / Cody Barry - 5 fish - 15.11 lb - big fish: 4.17
29 - Richard Harding / Ginnie Harding - 5 fish - 15.03 lb - big fish: 4.07
30 - Jerry Gerlach / Mark Ely - 5 fish - 14.97 lb - big fish: 3.98
31 - Michael Zampella / Wayne Perry - 5 fish - 14.74 lb - big fish: 5.52 Susquehanna Fishing Tackle 2nd Lunker
32 - Dave Piscopo / John Mallon - 5 fish - 14.74 lb
33 - Cody Edmunds / Brian Edmunds - 5 fish - 14.62 lb - big fish: 3.83
34 - Matt Shiles / Frankie Barainyak - 5 fish - 14.31 lb
35 - Joe Morgan / Jason Reid - 4 fish - 14.14 lb
36 - Steven Dimatteo / Jason Boyd - 5 fish - 14.11 lb - big fish: 4.92
37 - Jerry Hodge / Dan Downer - 4 fish - 13.89 lb - big fish: 4.45
38 - Donnie Tomlin / Mark Weatherby - 5 fish - 13.87 lb - big fish: 4.15
39 - Steve Dimaio / Dan Jensen - 5 fish - 13.78 lb
40 - Jim Miller / Dean Conboy - 5 fish - 13.78 lb
41 - Jesse Magee / Vinnie Melfi - 4 fish - 13.29 lb
42 - Sean Geerlof / Stan Horne - 5 fish - 13.22 lb - big fish: 3.14
43 - Andrew Heivly /Marc Heivly - 5 fish - 13.21 lb
44 - Dana Wagner / George Wagner - 5 fish - 12.93 lb
45 - Carl Walker / John Sellers - 5 fish - 12.81 lb - big fish: 3.36
46 - Rick Orlando / Lisa Macdavid - 5 fish - 12.81 lb - big fish: 3.10
47 - Steve Weimar /Steve Manista - 5 fish - 12.76 lb - big fish: 3.15
48 - Reno Regalbuto / Jason Smith - 4 fish - 12.76 lb
49 - Timmy Nichols / Eric Mihalecz - 4 fish - 12.55 lb - big fish: 4.20
50 - Duane Essick / Jay Pirollo - 5 fish - 12.41 lb - big fish: 2.91
51 - Rick Mullen / Jim Pro - 5 fish - 12.41 lb
52 - Jack Rinkers / Paul Krystopa - 4 fish - 12.02 lb - big fish: 3.67
53 - Herb Weichmann / Marcus Griffin - 3 fish - 11.87 lb - big fish: 5.35 Black Rifle Coffee Third Lunker
54 - Max Meister / Scott Reilly - 3 fish - 11.73 lb
55 - Tim Hamburger / Joe Hamburger - 5 fish - 11.27 lb
56 - Jon Cuccinello / Logan Fitzpatrick - 3 fish - 11.17 lb - big fish: 4.48
57 - Robert Dougherty / Dom Parisi - 5 fish - 11.13 lb Rhino Liners Smallest Limit
58 - Barry Potteiger / Ryan Walsh - 4 fish - 11.06 lb
59 - Ken Molz Jr / Dan Brockmeyer - 4 fish - 10.22 lb
60 - Kevin Pownall / James Martin - 4 fish - 10.15 lb
61 - Troy Rosenzweig / Brian Krout - 4 fish - 10.11 lb - big fish: 2.88
62 - Jim Helmetag / Conner Helmetag - 3 fish - 10.10 lb - big fish: 3.65 Cabela's heaviest smallmouth
63 - Steve Hannah / Russ Wright - 3 fish - 9.84 lb
64 - Greg Zinni / Andrea Zinni - 3 fish - 9.82 lb - big fish: 4.38
65 - Lou Croce / Jimmy Pitcherello - 3 fish - 8.58 lb - big fish: 4.26
66 - Travis Nale / Chuck Nale - 2 fish - 6.05 lb
67 - Stephen Staley /Alvin Kirby - 2 fish - 5.78 lb - big fish: 3.18
68 - Mike Cannon / John Mcgrath - 2 fish - 5.09 lb
69 - Jeremy Woodall / Jeremy Melson - 1 fish - 4.97 lb - big fish: 4.97
70 - Stephan Sirochman / Jw Wade - 2 fish - 4.85 lb
71 - Pablo Velazquez / Mike Phillips - 1 fish - 3.05 lb
72 - Shawn Cowart / Tyler Keating - 1 fish - 1.92 lb
73 - Michael Grello - dnw
73 - Dylan Missimer - dnw
73 - Kevin Olbrich - dnw
73 - Joseph Reichl - dnw
73 - Mark Schafer - dnw
73 - Bridget Allen - dnw
73 - Victor Auriemma/Katie Connolly - dnw
73 - Steve Bailargeon - dnw
73 - Jason Basta/Ben Mccubbin - dnw
73 - Chet Berkey/Chris Patton - dnw
73 - Troy Burger/Bob Potts - dnw
73 - Ron Caldeira/John Oldaker - dnw
73 - Ed Donnelly/Mark Mclennan - dnw
73 - Chris Fleming/Arturo Castillo - dnw
73 - Kyle Gabriele/Chris Malczewski - dnw
73 - Kyle Gilson Jr/Kyle Gilson - dnw
73 - Daniel Henson/Brandi Jordan - dnw
73 - Steve Jagodzinski - dnw
73 - Ed Kay/Joe Lanzelotte - dnw
73 - Nick Lepone/Scott Catalfano - dnw
73 - Jeff Mccormack/Conway Hayden - dnw
73 - Loren Meckle/Broc Termini - dnw
73 - William Peat/Frank Desimone - dnw
73 - Esdras Placencia/Shawn Weil - dnw
73 - John Schoener/Tejmohan Sawhney - dnw
73 - Jim Shinn/John Dell - dnw
73 - Lance Thomson/Joe Merker - dnw
73 - Christopher Trovinger - dnw
73 - Michael Washington/Erin Washington - dnw
73 - Matt Weber/Bradley Jones - dnw
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