Sealy Big Bass Splash Tournament Results




Branden Rannekleiv of Reeves, LA weighed in a 12.41 lb. fish in the 8-9 a.m. hour of day 2 of Lake Toledo Bend in the Sealy Big Bass Splash Tournament. His Tournament winning catch garnered him a Triton 19 TrX bass boat, powered by Mercury, equipped with Minn Kota, Lowrance, Navionics, Power Pole, a Dodge RAM Truck, plus $7,000 in addition to his hourly winnings.

The top 5 overall winners were:
Branden Rannekleiv of Reeves, LA – 12.41
Ben Abraham of Woodworth, LA – 8.67
Michael Mitchell of Lake Charles, LA – 8.64
Jason Webre of Vacherie, LA – 8.22
Justin Peterson of Shreveport, LA – 8.20

Second place, Ben Abraham, took home a Triton 18 TrX boat powered by Mercury, equipped with Minn Kota & Lowrance, and a RAM Truck Plus $2,000 cash.

Third place, Michael Mitchell, received Triton 179 TrX Powered by Mercury; equipped with Minn Kota & Lowrance; Plus $1,000

Fourth place, Jason Webre, received a $8,000 check; 
Fifth place Justin Peterson went home to Many, La,  $6,000 richer. 

Eight bass weighing in the 8 pound class were caught in the three days; 19 bass in the 7 lb. class.

Complete tournament results can be found at Sealyoutdoors.com.




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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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