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NNY Bassmasters Stage Another Big Bass Bonanza At Morristown

MORRISTOWN - The Northern New York Bassmasters Club staged a second straight big bass bonanza in its second stop of the tournament trail at the Morristown Boat Launch on Saturday.

Matt Dobson and Peter Goslin (Peterbourgh Ontario) took first at- 26.80 lbs with a 6.08-lbs big fish as the club members continued to incessantly cast and pressure toward a landmark 30-pound bag.

Second place went to Brad Paradis & Robert Paradis (Ogdensburg) with a 24.81 lbs bass which included the Lunker of the day, a 6.,31-pound smallmouth.

Third place went Will Steinrotter & Guy Arnold (Potsdam) at 24.01 lbs and fourth place went to - Oliver Planty & Mitch Harriman (Tupper Lake) at 23.95 lbs.

Rounding out the top 10 were: Sharpe-McIntyre 23.75, Spellicy and Capella at 23.71, Gaultreurt and LaClair 23.65, Gibson-Gibson 23.17, Davis-Gilbert 23.17 and Robola-Robola 21.72.

In the Team of the Year race: Planty-Planty lead the way with 594 points followed by Sharpe-McIntrye 592, Capella-Spellicy 587, Davis-Gilbert 586, Robola-Robola 577, Paradis-Paradis 572 and Gibson-Gibson 565.

FEDERATED CLUB

In a recent Federated Club Tournament at Black Lake Tyler Capella with 200 points followed by Doug Kirkbride 199, James Moore 198, Dick Garlow 197, Brad Paradis 196 and James Gibson 195.


Matt Dobson and Peter Goslin (Peterbourgh Ontario) display four fish from their first place bag at tne NNY Bassmasters Tournament out of Morristown on Saturday. (Photo By Angela Powell Roach)


Brad Paradis of Ogdensburg earned Lunker honors at the NNY Bassmasters Tournament out of Morristown. (Photo by Angela Powell Roach)


Robert and Brad Paradis of Ogdensburg display four bass from their second place bag at the NNY Bassmasters Tournament out of Morristown. (Photo by Angela Powell Roach)

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