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Capella team leads NNY Bassmasters on Cranberry Lake

The Northern New York Bassmasters Club shifted its tournament trail inland on Saturday to fish on Cranberry Lake and its options of sizeable smallmouth and largemouth bass.

Kari and Tyler Capella emerged with team honors with a 20.28-pound bag anchored by the Lunker of the day in a 5.41-pound largemouth bass.

Family teams captured the first four places with Albert and William Redmond second at 17.30 pounds with a 5.38 big fish, Angela and Chris Roach third at 16.01 pounds and Palmer-Palmer at 14.23 pounds.

Rounding out the top 10 were: John Narrow-Josh Larch 14.15 pounds, Ben Smith-Jordan Dishaw at 13.81 with a 5.21 big fish, Mike Murphy-George Birth at 13.23, Mike Bean-Mark Peccollo at 13.19, Mike Bell- Gabe Szfrasnki at 13,00 and Robert Paradis- Brad Paradis at 12.94 with a 5.29 big fish.

With two tournaments remaining in the regular season the team of Tyler Capella and Jesse Spellicy lead the Team of the Year standings with 787 points followed by Oliver Planty- Ray Planty at 783, Jordon Davis-Jesse Gilbert 772, Chad Sharpe-Gary McIntyre at 769 and Robert-Paradis-Brad Paradis at 763.

Kari and Tyler Capella concentrated on largemouth to lead the NNY Bassmasters Club Tournament on Cranberry Lake. (Angela Powell Roach Photo)

Brad Paradis caught one foure five-pound fish at the NNY Bassmasters Tournament on Cranberry Lake (Angela Powell Roach Photo)

Chris and Angela Roach enjoyed a third place finish at the NNY Bassmasters Tournament on Cranberry Lake.

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