Randy was doing an odd job when a accident occurred leaving him with a double compound fracture in his right leg and a broken heel on his left leg. Bones is Randy's nickname and is what most people know him by. He was layed off from work October of last year. Unfortunately bones has no insurance and now that he's plagued with at least 8 months of rehabilitation and from what the doctor is saying at least six surgeries. A benefit tournament for bones will be held Saturday July 11th at Buzzard Beach on the Harris Chain of Lakes. A $100 entry-fee will be split at 50 percent for the payback of 1 place for every 7 boats. A complimentary fish-fry will accompany the entry-fee after the weigh-in along with raffle items. If you are unable to attend the tournament but would like to make a donation, Brookers Bait and Tackle in Leesburg is accepting those or you may send it to 40827 W. 6th Ave. Umatilla, Fl 32784. Any amount would greatly be appreciated. I have been Randy's tournament partner for 15 years he's a good fishing partner, a great friend, and a person who ALWAYS brings a laugh and smile to whatever he's doing. This is a call-out to the bass tournament community, please come out and support a fellow fishermen that needs a little support in a time of need. Thanks, Vernon Kemp
The Greater Mulberry Chamber of Commerce Presents
All About the Bass! Fishing Tournament
Camp Mack's River Resort-Kissimmee Chain of Lakes
Saturday July 18th, 2015
$75 admission for two participants
1st Place - $500 2nd Place - $250 3rd Place - $100
Registration begins at 6:00 a.m.
Fishing - Safe light until 2:00 p.m. Awards - 3:00 p.m.
For more information, contact the chamber at email@example.com or call (863)425-4414
The 9th annual Suncoast Hospice Charity tournament took place this past Saturday on Lake Tarpon out of Anderson Park. Richard Anthony and Tim Stacy continued their dominance on Lake Tarpon with a whopping 23.37 pound winning bag. It was anchored by a 9.98 pound big-bass winning giant. They were fishing crankbaits offshore. Second place was the team of Russell Coogle and Joe Inserra with 19.15 pounds and a 6.98 kicker. Third place was the team of Doug Small and Johnny Small with 16.09 pounds and a 7.63 pound kicker. Fourth place was Ryan Messier and Brent Kirkendall with 12.44 pounds. This years tournament saw 25 boats compete for the second year in a row. For full results check out: http://www.flbasstournaments.com/Suncoast-Hospice-Tournament-Results-May-9th--2015.html
Club president Steve Jarrett Reports:
Clewiston: Day one Ronnie Twilley and Tom Moore had a slim lead with 16.04 lbs ahead of Steve Jarrett and Bryce Clements who had 15.54 lbs. On day two Steve and Bryce had another 15 lbs to finish with 30.54. No monster fish caught. Day one big bass 4.79 lbs was caught by Rod Longnecker. Day 2 big bass 5.73 was caught by Steve Horvath. With 7 boats weighing in fish the club had 64 fish for a total weight of 143.26 lbs of fish for a 2.25 lb average. Complete results can be found @ www.northtampabassclub.com