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#11170291 - 10/17/15 05:53 PM RHBC Pat Mayse Results and Pictures!
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The Ray Hubbard Bass Club held our ninth and last tournament of the year last Saturday October 19 at Pat Mayse. The weather was outstanding starting cool in the morning and finishing warm and sunny. 20 boats made the long drive past Paris to fish with us. The fishing was very good unless you were looking for keepers which were harder to come by. Everyone caught a bunch of fish and had a fun day. When it was all over, long time RHBC vets Brandon Putnam and Robert Oleson won with 4 fish for 12.30. Here are full results and pictures.



Matt Jackson having a good time at weigh in and getting photo bombed by Paul Villarreal.



Vince Burt and Eric and Evan Vidal are ready to get the weigh in started.



David Choate and Stan Browning brought their one fish up and then cheered everyone that went past them on the scales.



Eric Vidal dusted the cob webs off son Evan and got him out for this one. Here they are with their two. Great to see you Evan!



Matt Prior went to the Jimmy Houston school of making little ones look big!



Joe Ruiz and Paul Villarreal had two fish, but one was a 4.29 chunk.



Dale Rettman and Kelly Millhollan weighed three fish and Dale finally admitted Kelly caught ALL their fish.



Edited by SoCal Tom (10/17/15 05:58 PM)

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#11170322 - 10/17/15 06:07 PM Re: RHBC Pat Mayse Results and Pictures! [Re: SoCal Tom]
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Steve Tigert and Derek Sullivan weighed three fish and one of those was a 5 pounder!



Josh Mulkey and Joey Eaves weighed 4 for 8.44



Jack and Fly Scheel finished out the year with another strong showing with 5 for 9.85



Dennis and Damon Machost got 4th place with 5 for 11.08



James Weir and Jason Hadley nudged their way to third place with 5 for 11.15



Chris Atkinson and myself continued our late season surge getting second place with 5 for 12.10



Big Bass of the event went to Brandon Putnam with a 6.80 that he caught on a wacky worm



Here are your winners. Weighing 4 fish for 12.30 pounds are Brandon Putnam and Robert Oleson. Two of the guys who helped make this Club what it has become today. Congratulations!



We finish the year with the Club Championship on November 14-15 on Lake Texoma! Make sure and check the standing on the Club web site to make sure you are qualified. If you need a community event still, we have the Fish For Lo event coming up on October 31 at Lake Fork, See you all there!

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#11170660 - 10/17/15 09:38 PM Re: RHBC Pat Mayse Results and Pictures! [Re: SoCal Tom]
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Good job guys
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#11170716 - 10/17/15 10:19 PM Re: RHBC Pat Mayse Results and Pictures! [Re: SoCal Tom]
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Congrats to the winners and to all who weighed in. Looks like a fun time was had.

I'm curious is 12 lbs a good weight these days on Pat Mays? I am not being facetious. I'm really wondering. I haven't tournament fished in a few years but seems I remember the Uncle Jesse and other tourney's on that lake producing much heavier stringers than that.
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#11170770 - 10/18/15 12:07 AM Re: RHBC Pat Mayse Results and Pictures! [Re: SoCal Tom]
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Great question Anchorman. Most if not all of our guys had never fished the lake, so we may not be a good sampling of what the lake is capable of. I know my partner and I caught 30 or more fish on the day, but finding a big or even keeper bite was hard for us. We may have all been looking in the wrong place. smile Hopefully a local will chime in here!

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#11171900 - 10/18/15 09:21 PM Re: RHBC Pat Mayse Results and Pictures! [Re: SoCal Tom]
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Really fun lake that fished tough both days we were there. I think Pat Mayse could produce much better sacks for more experienced locals. We did not fish clean and should of had our fifth keeper for another few pounds. Like most, keepers were hard to come by. Our practice and tournament day were both high sky bluebird days making the morning bite key to our success. If it were not for a fortunate early big fish and a late adjustment fish we would not have succeeded.
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#11171926 - 10/18/15 09:34 PM Re: RHBC Pat Mayse Results and Pictures! [Re: SoCal Tom]
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Tom my boy you can catch fish, Great job.
Back in the day Pat Mayse was the best kept secret around, mid-late 70's
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#11172096 - 10/19/15 12:40 AM Re: RHBC Pat Mayse Results and Pictures! [Re: SoCal Tom]
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Thanks Yogi, but Tom that can catch fish lost a good fish that would have culled us up significantly. mad That's fishing but it was and still is frustrating. That being said, we had a lot of fun out there! Catching fish on a Ribbit all day is a great way to spend a Saturday.

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