2019 EMS Week Bass Tournament Results

Monday, May 20, 2019

Here are the results for the 2019 EMS Week Bass Tournament:

1st Place:     Jamie Willis and Chris Coffey :                22.29 lbs.

BIG FISH WINNER: 6.10 lbs

2nd Place:    Robert Stevenson and Jim Bullman:       16.09 lbs.

3rd Place:    James Burkhart and Tyler Ezell:              15.40 lbs.

4th Place:    Brett Taylor and Chris Mason:                 14.88 lbs.

5th Place:    Dan Broom and Terry Cater:                   14.77 lbs.

6th Place:    Matt Moore and Jake Akin:                     14.52 lbs.

7th Place:    Michelle Travis and James Campbell:       13.89 lbs.

8th Place:    Josh Lewey and Kyle Duggan:                13.71 lbs.

9th Place:    Chad Regal and Amber Regal:                13.29 lbs.

10th Place:   David Ashley and Phil Shinholser:           13.06 lbs.

11th Place:   Anthony Nash and Matt Stanley:            12.65 lbs.

12th Place:   Justin Dexter and Matt Jenkins:             12.21 lbs.

13th Place:   Ken Hartman and Chad Hartman:           12.17 lbs.

14th Place:   Kevin Gibecke and Read Walden:           11.96 lbs.

15th Place:   Ben Bradley and Nick Pratt:                   11.86 lbs.


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Outdoors

2020 Tennessee Conservation Raffle Boasts 7 "Priceless Prize Packages"

The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Foundation has put together seven "priceless, outdoor experience packages" for its 2020 Tennessee Conservation Raffle. Formerly known as the Elk Tag Raffle, this year’s Conservation Raffle has opportunities for everyone whether a hunter, fisherman, camper or lover of the outdoors. One hundred percent of the funds from the raffle goes to support wildlife ... (click for more)

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Breaking News

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County Mayor Jim Coppinger on Tuesday morning presented a bare bones budget that still could be revised downward by reductions from the state. The county mayor said he is confident with the county's revenue projections. However, if there are more cuts coming, he said the county enjoys a healthy rainy day fund. It stands at $110 million - the same as last year. The total county ... (click for more)

Opinion

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