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I know it's been a while but here is finally an update. Here are the final results from last season.   

 
 
 
 
 
Point Totals 2013 4/27/2013 St. Marys 5/18/2013 Tanners Creek 6/22/2013 Brookville 7/27/2013 Summit Lake 8/17/2013 Indian 9/28/2013 Rocky Fork 10/12/2013 C.J. Brown Total Points Place Worst Tournament Total Points Minus Worst Tournament (In Bold)
Dean Rogers 44 47 52 47 27 46 45 308 1st 27 281
Chris Breese 24 49 46 27 47 45 48 286 2nd 24 262
Terry Davis 24 50 25 50 48 0 51 248 3rd 0 248
Bruce Clark 24 46 49 51 27 23 47 267 4th 23 244
Troy Cultice 24 48 25 27 50 47 46 267 5th 24 243
Jason Hora 46 24 47 27 51 43 0 238 6th 0 238
Mike Copper 45 0 0 27 27 52 50 201 7th 0 201
Phil Boyd 49 24 45 27 0 44 0 189 8th 0 189
Kevin Thorpe 0 46 48 48 27 0 0 169 9th 0 169
Jim Clark 48 45 0 0 27 49 0 169 9th 0 169
Drew McCoy 24 0 25 27 27 23 0 126 11th 0 126
Jeff Owen 49 0 0 0 0 48 25 122 12th 0 122
Carl Clark 0 0 0 27 27 0 0 54 13th 0 54
Brian King 50 0 0 0 0 0 0 50 14th 0 50
 
 

 

Catch 5 Bass Club

                      2014 Schedule

April 26 - Indian (Blackhawk)  7:30 - 3:30

May 31 - St. Mary's (Windy Point)  6:30 - 2:30

June 28 - Brookville (Hannah Creek)  6:00 -2:00

July 26 - Tanners Creek  6:30 - 2:30

August 16 -  Hueston Woods (if open HP / idle)  6:30 - 2:30

                        If not Bischoff reservoir

September 13 - Rocky Fork (North Shore)  7:00 - 3:00

October 11 - CJ Brown  7:30 - 3:30



Seasonal and Weather Influences Must Be Considered

After finding structure, cover and other features which characterize a particular body of water relative to largemouth bass, they must be evaluated in relation to the dominant seasonal pattern and current weather conditions. What impact do the combination of these factors have on largemouth bass relative to their comfort zone and the presence of forage? Doing so will help you determine patterns to fish and can potentially increase your catch volume in a shorter period of time.

Spring largemouth bass fishing can be a time of plenty. Water begins to heat up, daylight lengthens and gives cues to largemouth bass to move to shallow water.

Summer's increased water temperature will drive many largemouth bass to deeper water where they can be found on offshore structure.

Fall largemouth bass fishing is almost as good, better in some ways, than that of spring. Largemouth will move back towards shallow water. Importantly, they are hungry and seeking to "pork up" for the long winter, unless they're in Florida or South Texas.

Winter bass fishing is for the die-hards. If your willing to tough it out you might surprise yourself. Annually some of the biggest bass caught, especially in the central states, are caught in winter.