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Lake Houston was tough.....

Albert White claims win in Individual #2

by: Barbara Long,

Lake Houston winner - Albert White
Photo by Angler's Quest
2nd Place - Greg Crawford
Photo by Angler's Quest
(Mar 2, 2016 - Lake Houston, TX)

Twenty-five Individuals came out to fish the muddy waters of Lake Houston. There were 10 limits, 76 fish, a total of 171.17 pounds with a 2.25 pound average fish weight.


Albert White came out on top with 5 bass that weighed 14.63 lbs. Albert won a total of $540.00 for his day on the water.


Our Angler of the Year, Mr. Greg Crawford came in second with a limit weighing 12.87 lbs. Greg took home $330.00 for his day.


Chris Bush came in a close 3rd with a limit that weighed 12.79 lbs. He won $270.00 for his efforts.


John Littleton came in with 5 bass weighing 12.17 lbs., for fourth place and took home $130.00 for his limit.


Big Bass was caught by Chris Berry. It tipped the scales at 5.13 lbs. That's an awesome fish any day on Lake Houston. Chris took home $100.00 for that one bite.


Congratulations to all !!!!!


And rounding out the top 5 was none other than Wesley Bennett. His 5 fish tipped the scales at 11.67 lbs. And he got his entry fee of $75.00 back.


I would like to Thank ALL of the Fishermen and women who come out and support Anglers Quest. I know there are a lot of different tournaments out their for you to fish, and I appreciate you choosing to fish with me.  Also a great Big Thank You goes out to all the sponsors: Crawford Technical Services, Custom Built Awards, Executive Security Integrators Inc., FishingWorld.com, Jasper County Development District #1, Kickapoo Bait & Tackle, Lake Houston Marina,  Rayburn Country Resort, Superior Paint Works, and Vincent Turf Farms.


I'd like to invite you all to come fish with Anglers Quest !!!  See ya in the Weigh-In Line !!!!!
 
 
Anglers Quest, Tournament Director
Barbara Long


Tournament Big Bass - 5.13 lbs caught by Chris Berry
Photo by Angler's Quest
4th Place - John Littleton
Photo by Angler's Quest