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Old 03-13-2010, 10:17 PM
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We had 67 anglers and weighted 126 fish

1st place with total cash pay and jack pot went to Kobra Bob $550 along with Hobie Bait tank, and the coveted OEX Beer Stein

2nd place Mike Vint $125 cash and Hobie inflatable PFD

3rd place Brian Sanner $75 cash and a pair of Hobie Sunglasses

4th and 5th place got $50 each and MB tournament entry fee's paid Alan and Nancy

6-10 get their tournament entry paid for MB

Daniel Jones placed 23rd and won the Seairsports seat for Newbie division

We had ties for 10th and 28th places

Big thanks go to Mike Reebs his son, Gabe his crew, Jerry Miranda's dad and helper and Andy Allen for ther help in weighing the fish today

And above all thanks to all of you who fished and helped to make todays tournament such a great success.

1 Bob Koba 16.9
2 Michael Vint 14.1
3 Brian Sanner 12.6
4 Alan Marcy 11.5
5 Nancy Ortiz 10.9
6 Greg Viska 10.1
7 Matt Moyer 10
8 Al Figueras 9.9
9 Dave Easton 9.8
10 Angel Figueras 9
10 Kerry Peeler 9
11 Mike Graham 8.11
12 Ken Rosburg 8.5
13 Tony Park 8.4
14 Mike Makitka 8
15 Nic Tamerach 7.7
16 Derwin Chang 7.1
17 Will Bowen 6.8
18 Gilbert Hernadez 5.14
19 Dave Thomas 5.13
20 Steven Green 4.13
21 Wayne Wicoxen 4.11
22 Joe Petralia 4.1
23 Daniel Jones 3.15
24 Neal Johnson 3.7
25 Jimmy Mcginess 3.4
26 Tyler Moriarty 3.2
27 Brian Crause 2.15
28 Kevin Harvey 2.1
28 Mark Pierpont 2.1
29 Ed Keil 2.8
30 Donald Harris 2
31 Mike Boehmke 1.15
32 Paul Bersback 1.4
33 CJ Siebler 1.3
34 Jerry Miranda 1.2
35 Rex Macnamera 1.1
36 Sharron Mcginess 0.15
37 Chuck Long 0.14



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Old 03-14-2010, 06:39 AM
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Bob, Brian & Nancy, AWESOME!!!

28 Mark Pierpont 2.1....hehehhe
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Old 03-14-2010, 08:38 AM
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yay i got 25th with 3.4 pounds

not bad for the first time ive ever weighed fish

Thank you everyone who put tournament on
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Old 03-14-2010, 08:43 AM
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Not to worry Steve, but I had another 2 fish that was not in my weight count.

Way to go to all the winners.

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Old 03-14-2010, 10:19 AM
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Not to scwooble over small potatos but 31 should be moved to 34, your spread sheet isn't set to read into the 10th or.... Human error, anyway great fun awsome day, good food, hard fishin!
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Old 03-14-2010, 10:27 AM
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Thanks again OEX for putting on another fantastic event! Great food! just too much fun! Can't wait for the next one!
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Old 03-14-2010, 10:41 AM
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Weights in lbs and oz
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Old 03-14-2010, 12:13 PM
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This is going to be a LONG post folks.

First of all I want to thank the organizers and the weigh boat captains and crew for a FANTASTIC tournament. I sincerely want to thank you all for your efforts as I believe many times this is all taken for granted; in short, I heart felt THANKS.

Congratulations to the top finishers and especially those that went a LONG ways to catch their limits: AWESOME.

Al and I worked a series of rock piles that were about 100 yards off the marked reefs. The bite was wide open for the first hour in the morning and I caught my limit in twenty minutes; problem was these fish were defective....tail too close to their head. Throughout the day we would work and area and then let it rest. Rarely were Al and I on the same spot at the same time. At the very end of the tournament Al found another separate rock pile that gave him his last 2.something lb. fish. It was HARD WORK as we had to go through many small fish to find a good one.

We used Berkley Gulp shads on 2 oz. lead heads and Al's trick hair jig combo that actually produced his biggest fish. Our Dobyns 736C and 735C rods were simply the best rods I've ever used and I've fished with Powell in fresh water; they are EXTREMELY sensitive and light. Later in the day the bite was an imperceptible "tic" in 80 ft of water. Without these rods I doubt we would have caught some of the fish we caught.

We wish to thank Southwind Kayak for their sponsorship and confidence in our abilities. They have been instrumental in getting us pieces of equipment we used in this tournament.

A short note on kayaks. Al and I compared the relative speed of his Outback with my Revolution. In the morning "sprint" to our first rock pile, my Revo outdistanced him by 20 minutes. That's 20 minutes in approximately 3.2 miles as the crow flies. Same cadence on the pedalling and the Revo gradually pulled away from the Outback. He was also much more tired. Conclusion for the kayak angler: if you are headed into competitive angling out on the ocean, get a Hobie Revolution.

Sorry for the long-winded post but I'm still pumped from yesterday. These tournaments are just fantastic and the people involved could not be nicer.

Take care all,

Angel Figueras
PS: I took a bunch of images. As soon as I get them reduced in size I'll post them.
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Old 03-14-2010, 12:30 PM
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Weights in lbs and oz
Oh!!! got you it's 3 lbs 15 oz., cool thanx for the explanation.
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Old 03-14-2010, 01:40 PM
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Thanks to Nic, with Tamarack Studios for taking these killer photos










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