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Toho Proves To Be Tough For Most Jr. Anglers

Posted by admin on September 9, 2012

DSC_9102.jpgWith only two limits of fish caught out of 26 anglers, Toho proves to be tough fishing. The two limits caught were both by non-boater members from the younger age group proving once again experience with age, boater or non boater doesn't always win. Congrats to Mica Patel winning by ounces over Jackson Williams, who has been dominating lately. In the older age division, Harry Linsinbigler strikes again winning 1st place over Jamie Eskdale. This tournament was definitely dominated by the non-boaters proving anyone can win at anytime. So what makes these non-boaters so successful, and what's their secret?  Find out at the next meeting when they are put on the spot for answers!  Kissimmee is next month, and as we all know, anything can happen and no lead is safe. With just two tournaments left, many anglers are still jockeying for position and many leading anglers are getting nervous. Can the current title leaders hold on for dear life, or will the non-boaters continue to wreak havoc on their nerves? Find out at the next tournament, properly named "The Revenge on Kissimmee" out of Camp Mack on October 6th, 2012.

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