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Kite and Lewis Win The Cleveland Boat Center June Night C.B.A. Bass Tournament

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First Place Winners - Steve Kite and Daniel Lewis First Place Winners - Steve Kite and Daniel Lewis
CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) – The team of Steve Kite and Daniel Lewis topped the field of 126 anglers catching a 5 bass limit weighing 28.81 pounds to win first place and $2,000.00 in The Cleveland Boat Center June Night  Bass Tournament. This tournament was held Saturday, June 6th out of Chester Frost Boat Ramp. 

Steve said “The bite was excellent all night and we new others had to be catching them too. By 2:00 a.m. we had 3 big ones  and  just kept trying to upgrade the other 2 all night. There are lots of good teams in this event and we were fortunate to win”.

Rogne Brown and Gary Dotson won the Denali big fish of the tournament with a super giant largemouth that weighed 10.71 pounds, good for 2 Denali rods and $100.00.

Second big bass of the tournament was a nice 10.39 largemouth that was caught by David Craft and Stoney Johnson good for $100.00.

Alex Walker was the highest finisher in the youth division.

Shane Frazier President of Chattanooga Bass Association said” Special thanks to Cleveland Boat Center for their sponsorship of this event.

The top 11 are as follows:
1. Steve Kite and Daniel Lewis 28.81 lbs. $2000
2. Rogne Brown and Cary Dotson 26.72 lbs. $750
3. Blake McIchaney and Jimmy Reynolds 26.51 lbs. $650
4. Alan Hyde and Mike Hyde 24.78 lbs. $550
5. David Craft and Stoney Johnson 23.80 lbs. $450
6. Galen James and Tony Townsend 23.60 lbs. $350
7. Carter Day and Scotty Giley 23.00 lbs. $300
8. Chuck James and Brad James 22.91 lbs. $250
9. Wade Kilgore and Jim Pitts 22.48 lbs. $200
10. Josh Wofford and Bruce Wofford 21.98 lbs. $200
11.John Gudel and John Green 21.87 lbs. $150

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