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Johnson and Lemming Take Top Spot in March TVBC Tournament

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First Place Winners - Paul Johnson and Rob Lemming First Place Winners - Paul Johnson and Rob Lemming

CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) – The Tennessee Valley Bass Club held the fifth tournament of its twelve tournament season this Saturday, March 16, 2013, on Nickajack Lake. There were 21 teams that participated in the event.

The team of Paul Johnson and Rob Lemming caught a five-bass limit weighing 21.37 pounds to take the win and the $625 first place prize.

The second-place team of Rick Camp and Anthony Blevins had five fish weighing 19.59 pounds. Third place went to the duo of James Milling and Buddy Gross with five bass weighing 18.23 pounds.

Russell Parkhill and Freddie Bradford took big-fish honors with a giant largemouth bass weighing 6.09 pounds which earned them $210.

The Tennessee Valley Bass Club's next event will be, April 20th -21st out of State Ramp on Weiss Lake.

Complete Results:

1st: Paul Johnson / Rob Lemming - 21.37 lbs ($625.00) 100
(Anglers Warehouse discount cards)

2nd: Rick Camp / Anthony Blevins - 19.59 lbs ($313.00) 99
(Highest finishing Tow Boat Us member $100.00)
(Anglers Warehouse discount cards)

3rd: James Milling / Buddy Gross - 18.23 lbs ($156.00) 98
(Anglers Warehouse discount cards)

4th: Craig Pletcher / Eddie Wallace - 17.96 lbs ($80.00) 97

5th: Doug Mims / Justice Wade - 16.65 lbs - 96
6th: Gary Davenport / Harold Coffman Jr - 15.72 lbs - 95
7th: Guy Tatum / Warren Tatum - 15.72 - 94
8th: Barry Wingo / Jason McCullough - 15.52 lbs - 93
9th: Ed Knight / Mike Gnaster - 14.74 lbs - 92
10th: Jeff Todd / Roy Tankersley - 13.61 lbs - 91
11th: Russell Parkhill / Freddie Bradford - 12.49 lbs - 90+3 = 93
12th: Greg Worsham / Doodle Bivens - 12.41 lbs - 89
13th: Alan Tittle / Travis Tittle - 11.53 lbs - 88
14th: Brad Harmon / John Biffle - 9.07 lbs - 87
15th: Mark Green / Ben Henson - 8.07 lbs - 86
16th: Kevin Stone / David Brockman - 5.78 lbs - 85
17th: Ed Ricklefs / Randy Munn - 2.77 lbs - 84
------: Chris Phillips / Chip Farley - DNW - 25
------: Jason Bagley / Taylor Sweeton - DNW - 25
------: Mark Smith / Jeff Bradford - DNW - 25
------: Gabe Yeargan / Dean Kilgore - DNW - 25

 

For more info visit: www.tvbass.com

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