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2nd Annual Larry Mann Memorial Night Bass Tournament Results
 

The 2nd Annual Larry Mann Memorial Night Bass Tournament held Saturday, August 8th, at Grand Lake out of Martin Landing, was deemed a great success with 81 teams participating in paying tribute to a great fishing legend.

Phil Hinch and Brett White

Brett White and Phil Hinch, both from Catoosa, topped the field with their 4-fish limit weighing in at 15.46 lbs.  Their stringer included Big Bass of the tournament, a 5.69 lb largemouth, for a total payday of $1,305. Click here for the interview with Brett and Phil.
 

Kirk Harris and Jo McDaniel

In a very close Second Place, Jo McDaniel of Columb, Kansas and Kirk Harris of Fairland, brought another 4-fish limit to the scales for a total of 15.24 lbs., worth $550. Click here for the interview with Kirk and Jo.
 

Dave Masters and Bobby Lollis

Third Place and $400 went to Dave Masters of Bixby and Bobby Lollis of Hominy with their limit weighing 14.66 lbs. Click here for the interview with Dave and Bobby.
 

Paul McCutchin and Aaron Witt

Fourth place and $300 went to Paul McCutchin of Broken Arrow and Aaron Witt of Inola 14.31 lbs. Click here for the interview with Paul and Aaron.
 

Eric Drenner and Randy Abercrombie

Fifth place and $250 went to Randy Abercrombie of Vinita and Eric Drenner of Claremore ( 4-fish, 14.09 lbs ).

Second Big Bass and $225 was awarded to David Cox and Vic Johnson, both from Neosho, Missouri for their 5.42 anchor fish. 

Forty-four teams weighed a total of 162 fish for a total of 409.37 lbs, including 34 4-fish limits.

For a complete list of the results, click here.

Tournament Director Dave Roush expressed his appreciation for the teams that fished this memorial tournament.  “Larry was a legend in bass fishing in Oklahoma, as well as a good friend to many of us,” Roush said.  “We all miss him very much.”  The tournament entry fee included a $10 donation which raised $810 for the Mann Family.