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#11521538 - 04/04/16 04:16 PM Results from the 33rd Annual KCKL 95.9 FM Big Bass Tournament, Cedar Creek Lake, April 2-3
MDM Offline
Pro Angler

Registered: 01/28/06
Posts: 567
Loc: East of Dallas
Sorry for the jumbled look of the info, it seems to lose formatting and columns when the info is imported from an Excel spreadsheet


33rd ANNUAL KCKL 95.9 FM BIG BASS TOURNAMENT
Cedar Creek Lake
April 2-3, 2016


FINAL STANDINGS


1st Robert Megallon Mabank 7.60 lbs
$19,000 Triton/Mercury rig
$1,000 Strike King Bonus
plus Hourly winnings




Robert won the Tournament and the $1,000 Strike King Bonus with a black/blue Strike King tube bait



2nd Garrett Thomas Malakoff 7.35 $4,000 + Hourly winnings

3rd Peggy McWhorter Terrell 7.10 $3,000 + Hourly winnings

4th Stan Browning Mesquite 6.87 $1,500 + Hourly winnings

5th Marcus Crow Palmer 6.86 $1,000 + Hourly winnings

6th Ricky Phillips Trinidad 6.82 $500 + Hourly winnings

7th James Bracken Corsicana 6.57 $500 + Hourly winnings

8th Brian Smith Groesbeck 6.26 $500 + Hourly winnings

9th Jacob Honza Ennis 6.21 $500 + Hourly winnings

10th Jay Reedy Athens 6.13 $500 + Hourly winnings

11th Billie L. Harris Italy 5.97 $250 + Hourly winnings

12th Cooper Busch Malakoff 5.85 $250 + Hourly winnings

13th Terry O'Daniel Waxahachie 5.80 $250 + Hourly winnings

14th Edwin Brummett 5.77 $250 + Hourly winnings

15th Mike Adams N. Richland Hills 5.71 $250 + Hourly winnings

16th Jay Eichler Emory 5.70 $250 + Hourly winnings

17th Hunter Fugitt Mabank 5.66 $250 + Hourly winnings

18th Chris Zachry Streetman 5.64 $250 + Hourly winnings

19th Dean Kaumans Garland 5.53 $250 + Hourly winnings

20th Odes Wilson Grapevine 5.48 $250 + Hourly winnings


40 Places were paid in the Overall Final Standings along with 80 Cash Prizes in the Hourly competition


LADIES DIVISION

1st Peggy McWhorter Terrell 7.10 $500 + $3,000 3rd Place Overall

2nd Barbara Gunnels Malakoff 4.57 $250 + Hourly + 35th Overall

3rd Emma Hitt Scurry 3.17 $200 + $100 Youth Division


YOUTH DIVISION

1st Hunter Owen 5.4 $100 + Hourly winnings

2nd Colten Smith 4.3 $100 + Hourly winnings

3rd Cole Chappell 3.71 $100

4th Landen Holster 3.38 $100

5th Preston Tanner 3.38 $100

6th Hunter Sanders 3.28 $100

7th Emma Hitt 3.17 $100

8th Cody Moore 3.13 $100

9th Conner Owen 3.12 $100

10th Grant Romero 2.94 $100
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#11523591 - 04/05/16 03:00 PM Re: Results from the 33rd Annual KCKL 95.9 FM Big Bass Tournament, Cedar Creek Lake, April 2-3 [Re: MDM]
C.C. Near Nuthin Offline
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Registered: 03/06/12
Posts: 256
Loc: Midlothian, Tx
Any stories or reports to go along with the results? How many people fished? How was the fishing in general?

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#11523775 - 04/05/16 04:36 PM Re: Results from the 33rd Annual KCKL 95.9 FM Big Bass Tournament, Cedar Creek Lake, April 2-3 [Re: MDM]
sight fisher Offline
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Registered: 11/22/04
Posts: 598
Loc: Lufkin, Texas
Fishing was a little slow because the lake was very muddy and falling. Most fish were caught very shallow on soft plastics it seemed like. It was another large crowd with the beautiful weather. The adults did an awesome job of bringing kids to fish.

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#11524194 - 04/05/16 08:17 PM Re: Results from the 33rd Annual KCKL 95.9 FM Big Bass Tournament, Cedar Creek Lake, April 2-3 [Re: C.C. Near Nuthin]
MDM Offline
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Registered: 01/28/06
Posts: 567
Loc: East of Dallas
We had 811 entries that weighed in 328 bass. There were two 3.00 lbers and two 4.00 lbers that won a Dobyns rod. One of the 3.00 bass was caught by Kathleen Fuller, wife of last years Tournament Winner Steve Fuller. She's wearing her lucky KCKL Tournament fishing hat from the 17th Annual event back in about 2000. We found a brand new 2000s era hat in the archives and presented it along with her Dobyns rod.




Talked to Steve and Kathleen at the motel Saturday night. While they didn't catch a really big one this year, Kathleen's 3.00 came from the same location as Steve's Tournament winning catch last year. Bet they will hit that spot again next year!
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#11524251 - 04/05/16 08:40 PM Re: Results from the 33rd Annual KCKL 95.9 FM Big Bass Tournament, Cedar Creek Lake, April 2-3 [Re: sight fisher]
MDM Offline
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Registered: 01/28/06
Posts: 567
Loc: East of Dallas
Special thanks to sight fisher (Clifford) who handled the Youth Door Prizes. He obtained enough sponsor products for every Youth angler to receive a Door Prize worth over $50 and had signed jerseys and caps from Todd Faircloth, Keith Combs, Anthony Gagliardi and more. Lots of happy kids and they weighed in some fish too.

Here's the group that fished Sunday



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#11524338 - 04/05/16 09:17 PM Re: Results from the 33rd Annual KCKL 95.9 FM Big Bass Tournament, Cedar Creek Lake, April 2-3 [Re: MDM]
MDM Offline
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Registered: 01/28/06
Posts: 567
Loc: East of Dallas
One of the unique things about this Tournament is the staff that works so hard to put it on. Most are family and long time friends who have been around the Tournament for many years. In fact, most of the staff have been working the Tournament from 20 to all 33 years (if they are old enough).



The KCKL 95.9 FM Big Bass Tournament was started in 1984 (a year before the first McDonalds tournament) by my dad, Fred McBurney and Ed Routt, the owner of the brand new KCKL radio station at Cedar Creek Lake. Beginning with that first tournament, myself and Pat Isaacson, the then General Manager at the station were the majority of the Tournament staff doing everything Fred and Ed told us to. Both dad and Ed passed in the 90s, but Pat and I were determined to carry on in their honor and tradition. In time our kids became involved working for less than minimum wage. On the kcklbass.com/tournament-history web site page there is a pic of my then 10 year old daughter playing with a frog an angler caught and brought to weigh-in. Sometimes they didn't know they were "working" as they did things like releasing fish. She's 31 now and has added two grandkids "helping" with Tournament weekend. Pat's kids and grandkids are also involved in putting on the Tournament. As Director I really appreciate their dedication to continuing this family reunion fishing tournament.

And this past weekend I had my newest staff member helping me "inspect" the 1st Prize boat. Four generations of my family have now been involved in the event.


33 events and counting. Not too many continuous open Tournaments that are older.

RIP dad & Ed.
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#11525301 - 04/06/16 11:50 AM Re: Results from the 33rd Annual KCKL 95.9 FM Big Bass Tournament, Cedar Creek Lake, April 2-3 [Re: MDM]
rmfishpals Offline
Angler

Registered: 06/07/05
Posts: 329
Loc: eustace tx
AWESOME EVENT AND LOTS OF GENERATIONS OF FISHERMAN

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#11525468 - 04/06/16 12:56 PM Re: Results from the 33rd Annual KCKL 95.9 FM Big Bass Tournament, Cedar Creek Lake, April 2-3 [Re: MDM]
SMOKE ON THA WATER Offline
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Registered: 12/22/08
Posts: 207
Loc: kemp tx
And a first class guy for the win. Congrats Robert!!!

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