Hobie Bass Open Series Tournament Results From February 12




Rolando Nandin won 1st place in the Hobie Bass Open Series held on Lake Toledo Bend last February 12, 2022. He earned a total of 178.5 points and a $10,500 payout.

Here are the top ten winners from the tournament.

Place

Angler

Total Points

Payout

1st

Rolando Nandin

178.5

$10,500

2nd

Cody Henley

177.75

$5,500

3rd

Michael Sebastian Mera

171.25

$3,200

4th

Cody Milton

170.75

$2,500

5th

Dave Sewell

170.5

$1,800

6th

Matthew Scotch

169.75

$1,550

7th

Jeff Isham

169.75

$1,450

8th

Dale Griffin

169.5

$1,350

9th

Guillermo Gonzalez

169.25

$1,250

10th

Garrett Wade

168

$1,150

 




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Toledo Bend Lake

Fishing Report from TPWD (Feb. 28)

GOOD. Water slightly stained; 58 degrees; 0.38 feet below pool. Bass fishing is good in really all depths from 1-30 feet of water, with catches up to 9 pounds. Shallower fish are coming on weightless senkos, wacky-worms, chatterbaits and square bills. Mid range fish are biting on Carolina rig lizards and brush hogs, football jigs and mid range crankbaits. Deeper fish are coming on dropshots, spoons and swimbaits. Do no expect these fish to remain deep for long with the water temperature increasing the baitfish will start to push shallow. Crappie are picking up as the creeks clear and crappie move in. Best baits are jigs and live minnows in 6-12 feet. Report by Stephen Johnston, Johnston Fishing.

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