Big Bass Contest 2022!

Jan 05 2021

Scott Quigley

Admin

Member Since :
2014
Number of Posts :
256

Hi everyone,

We will be keeping a running log of submissions to the 2022 PWF Big Bass Contest here.  As a reminder, the entry fee is $25 and you can easily enter by sending us an email to info@privatewaterfishing.com.  Prizes for this year are as follows:

First Place Overall - $400

Second Place Overall - $200

Third Place Overall - $100

Also, like last year, each month (Jan - May) there will be a big fish pot of $100

And also, there will be a $100 prize for biggest fish caught on a fly

Reminder - please submit a picture of your fish on a certified measuring stick (e.g. chek it stick) with a closed mouth next to the end and an open (unpinched) tail.  This year's unique identifier is a swim bait

Current Rankings

Bruce Prindle – 3/4 – Laneville Hidden Springs, 25.5 inches (½ inch deduction for open mouth) (MARCH WINNER)

Rollin Sarradet – 1/13 – Kyle Brushy Creek, 25 inches, red eye lipless crank (10.93lbs!), fish was longer than the chek it stik so took a conservative best guess, rounded down, and then had to do a ½ inch deduction for open mouth (JANUARY WINNER)

George Tabone – 3/27 – Denison Culpepper Farms, 23.75 inches, junebug finesse worm

Madison Sennett – 3/27 – Emory Frannie’s Lake, 23.5 inches, chatterbait

Rick Svoboda – 4/9 – Wills Point Double A Lake, 23.25 inches (APRIL WINNER)

Rollin Sarradet – 1/13 – Kyle Brushy Creek, 23 inches, red eye lipless crank

Rollin Sarradet – 2/18 – Kyle Brushy Creek, 23 inches (FEBRUARY CO-WINNER)

John Shepard – 2/27 – Crockett Hickory Creek Ranch, 23 inches, shaky head stick worm (FEBRUARY CO-WINNER)

Brian Sennett – 3/27 – Emory Frannie’s Lake, 23 inches, chatterbait

Alex Elrod – 2/7 – Henderson Dogwood Estates, East Lake, 22.5 inches

George Tabone – 4/3 – Denison Culpepper Farms, 22 inches TX rigged creature bait

Bill Fetech – 5/4 – Kyle Brushy Creek, 22 inches

Pam Daugherty – 5/18 – Tarpley Hill Country Ranch, 22 inches

Mark Daugherty – 5/18 – Tarpley Hill Country Ranch, 22 inches

Rick Svoboda – 5/7 – Emory Frannie’s Lake, 21.5 inches, wacky watermelon senko

Trevor Johnston – 1/14 – Terrell The Bluffs of Sandy Shores, 21 inches

George Tabone – 4/3 – Denison Culpepper Farms, 21 inches C-rig

John Shepard – 2/1 – Tennessee Colony – The Bigwoods on the Trinity, 20.75 inches, paddletail underspin

Rollin Sarradet – 2/7 – Kyle Brushy Creek, 20.75 inches

Bruce Prindle – 1/14 – Sulphur Bluff Timber Lake, 20.5 inches

Michael Maresh – 1/30 – Kyle Brushy Creek, 20 inches (FLY)