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Junior Bassmasters Land Big Lunkers

Updated: Jul 25, 2019

LISBON - The cooperation of the fish matched the hospitality of the venue staff as the Northern New York Bassmasters Club staged the second tournament on its 2019 Trail at Lisbon Beach on Sunday. Highlighting the day was the landing of two huge Lunker Smallmouth Bass.

"A big thanks goes out to Mike O'Neil and his staff at Lisbon Beach," said a spokesperson for the NNY Junior Bassmasters Club.

Hunter Spriggs led the Junior Club with the day's best with a 5.74-pound smallmouth and Drew Mills led the High School Club with a 4.90 smallmouth.

The Junior Club also produced the biggest bag of the day asJacob Morrill brought 14.98 pounds to the weigh-in station. Mills led the High School Club with a 14.41 pound bag.


1st:Jacob Morrill with a final weight of 14.98.

2nd: Lawson Robla with a final weight of 13.36.

3rd: Rowyn Heaton with a final weight of 11.56.

4th: Hunter Spriggs with a final weight of 10.21.

Lunker Award:Hunter Spriggs with Lunker weight: 5.74

Sportsmanship Award: Allison Bell


1st:Drew Mills with a final weight of 14.41.

2nd: Connor Bell with a final weight of 13.43.

3rd:Chase Jacobs with a final weight of 12.77.

Lunker Award: Jack Mills with Lunkering weight:4.90

Sportsmanship Award:Dan Davis

Lunker Award and Sportsmanship Awards donated by Hosmer's Marina.

The Award winners at Sunday's Northern New York Junior Bassmasters Club capped a great day on water. Sara Farley Photo

Hunter Spriggs hoists the biggest bass of the day at Sunday's NNY Jr. Bassmasters Club Tournament from Lisbon Beach. (Photo by Tammy Bouchey)

Drew Mills earned High School Lunker honors with this big smallmouth

Nice bass came on pairs for many anglers at Sunday's tournament. (Tammy Bouchey Photos)

Cooper Bennett landed two big smallies in Sunday's tournament. (Tammy Boucehy

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