Compiled By Margie Anderson
Anglersí Choice Colorado River Teams
Aaron Leon and John Mackey won the June 24 tournament at Lake
Mead with a five-fish limit weighing 16.24 pounds, including a
3.98-pounder. They split a total of $3,320 for their win.
All Star Teams
Matt Shura (former largemouth bass state record holder) and his
partner Brian McAllister, both from Gilbert, weighed a six-bass
limit totaling 22.19 pounds to win the final even of the 2006 All
Star Bass Team tournaments season on June 17 at Roosevelt. They took
home a total of $3,525 along with their first-place trophies.
They fished weightless soft jerkworms and Texas-rigged worms in
submerged brush in 10 to 20 feet of water in the Tonto end.
All Star Summer Nites
Rod Nelson of Buckeye and George Lorz of Litchfield Park won the
first of the All Star Summer Nites team tournaments, held on June 26
at Roosevelt Lake. Nelson and Lorz brought six fish to the scales
for a total of 26.49 pounds, and took home $2,550. The caught their
limit of bass on Carolina, Texas, and drop-shot rigs on main lake
points, and their sack included a 6.49-pounder.
On July 8, Keith Espe of Tempe and Mark Kramb of New River won
the Summer Nites tournament on Roosevelt with a six-fish limit
weighing 28.52 pounds. Their big fish was 6.11 pounds. Espe and
Kramb fished black Texas-rigged worms in 25 feet of water on main
lake points. Their win netted them $2,500.
James Pacheco and Tish Yoshimura won the MBC night tournament on
June 17 at Lake Pleasant with a five-fish limit weighing 17.06
pounds. They took home $2,468.
On July 8 at Lake Pleasant, Brian Severson and John Osborn won
the MBC with five fish that went 19.46 pounds. They won $2,818.
Pleasant Summer Nights
John Osborn and Brian Severson also won the Pleasant Summer
Nights tournament on June 24. They weighed 26.23 pounds at that one,
and took home $1,656.
On July 12, Terry Tassin and Lionel Frailey won the Mid-Week Bass
tournament at Bartlett with 9.37 pounds, including Big Fish of 3.72.
They fished black Robo Worms on drop-shot rigs on points near the
no-wake buoys in the river. They also caught some fish on Bomber
Model A cranks in crawdad, and most of their fish were in 10 feet of
water or less. They took home $300 for their win.
Editorís Note: These were the results available at press time.
Any further results that come in later can be included in the