Team Trail Outdoors Tournament Results From June 26-27




Chad Clark and Garrett Seagraves won the 1st place in the tournament held last June 26 - June 27, 2021. They gathered a total weight of 20.41.

Below are the top ten winners from the tournament.

  1. Chad Clark & Garrett Seagraves - Total Weight 39.58 - Payout $20,000.00
  2. Dan Beard & Rob Paxton - Total Weight 32.15 - Payout $10,000.00
  3. Brady Winans & Scott Dean - Total Weight 31.74 - Payout $4,000.00
  4. Josh Stapleton & Keith Carney - Total Weight 31.19 - Payout $2,000.00
  5. Matt McMillan & Trevor Romans - Total Weight 29.07 - Payout $1,900.00
  6. Marco Vaca & Doyle Idleman - Total Weight 27.89 - Payout $1,800.00
  7. Jason Childers & Klint Krhovjak - Total Weight 27.02 - Payout $1,700.00
  8. Timothy Cline & Raymond Smith - Total Weight 26.92 - Payout $1,500.00
  9. Justin Keithley & Justin Prater - Total Weight 26.49 - Payout $1,300.00
  10. Jeff Nichols & Allen Cassidy - Total Weight 25.64 - Payout $1,200.00




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Fishing Report from TPWD (Jan. 26)

GOOD. Water lightly stained; 45-48 degrees; 1.08 feet low. Striped bass are good some days and great others. Due to the cooler water temperatures best success comes from dead sticking using pink and clear five-inch flukes with one ounce jig heads. Report by John Blasingame, Adventure Texoma Outdoors. Striped bass are good in 40-65 feet of water deadsticking with flukes and one ounce jig heads, or drifting main lake flats to catch those suspended in 35-50 feet of water. Catfish are slow, patience and anchor fishing with fresh cut shad or perch in 70 feet of water can bring some in the boat. No report of crappie, other than people are on the lake catching them. Report by Trey Franklin, Tight Lines Guide Service.

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