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Sanders and Reeds last cast reels in UTC bass tourney victory

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CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) - The team of Jeff Reed and Tony Sanders were the winners of the second annual UTC Bass tournament held on Chickamauga Lake this weekend with a weight of 22.14 pounds, edging out the second place team of Buddy Gross and James Milling who had a weight of 22.09 pounds.

Jeff said "we caught an 8.25lb. largemouth on our last cast of the day as we were getting ready to come back to the weigh-in" This fish was also big fish of the tournament.

 Money winners were:

1st          Jeff Reed & Tony Sanders                            22.14 lbs.             $900

2nd        Buddy Gross  & James Milling                     22.09 lbs.             $600

3rd         Michael Neal & Rogne Brown                     22.04 lbs.             $550

4th         Jim Cofer & John Ramsey                             21.74 lbs.             $500

5th         Jody Moore & Josh Wolford                        21.23 lbs.             $350

6th         Chuck James & Brad James                          21.23 lbs.             $350

7th         Stan Nixson & Gary Hutton                          17.78 lbs.             $250

8th         Ron Willerson & Wes Hardin                       17.52 lbs.             $225

9th         John Sullivan & Gilbert Green                     17.37 lbs.             $175

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