Future Bass Team Trail Tournament Results From July 17




Hayden Burkett and Scott Burkett won the first place for team trail tournament held last July 17, 2021. They landed a 4.3 pound big bass with a 15.4 pound total weight from 4 fish.

Below are the top five winners from the tournament.

PLACE

NAME

NAME

FISH #

BIG BASS

TOTAL WEIGHT

PTS

1

HAYDEN BURKETT

SCOTT BURKETT

4

4.3

15.4

165.4

2

JOHN OWEN

CARSON OWEN

4

4.17

13.59

162.59

3

MICHAEL SHARP

JOHNNIE THOMPSON

4

3.54

13.18

161.18

4

JEFFREY MOOTER

MICHAEL STRANZ

4

4.56

12.39

159.39

5

JEREMY WHITSON

MADDEN WHITSON

4

3.61

11.59

157.59




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