Dunn and Ripley take the title

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Joshua Dunn and Sean Ripley had 25.16 pounds and also big bass with a 9.38 pounds to claim first place at the Florida Bass Nation Central Region Team Trail Tournament on March 28 at Lake Kissimmee. Raymond Trudeau and Clinton Lacinak finished second at 21.28 pounds. Anthony Roberts and Matthew Keeble took third place at 19.14 pounds.

Raymond Trudeau was 17.72 pounds to claim first place at the Central Florida Bass Nation Pro/Am Qualifying Tournament on March 27 at Lake Kissimmee. Darrell Cranor was second at 16.56 pounds. David Pechacek took third place at 16.40 pounds. Anthony Roberts took a big bass with a 7.85 pounds. In the amateur co-angler division, Cecil Hock placed first at 14.16 pounds and also had big fish with a 7.70 pounds. Joe Smith placed second at 12.55 pounds and Cary Wien took third place at 10.51 pounds.

Robert Burns and Kevin Kenneally had 15.81 pounds and also big bass with an 8.23 ​​pounds to claim first place at the Outcasts Bass Club Tournament on April 3 at Lake Panasoffkee. Daniel Fox and Ronnie Jackson finished second at 14.43 pounds. Ethan Hamrick and David Walker took third place at 13.78 pounds.

Justin Jones, left, and Kenny Lay had 19.09 pounds to win the North Lakeland Lions Club "Sight fishing" Open Bass Tournament on April 3 at Lake Parker.  Lay also had a tied 7.03 pounds with third-place finisher Tanner White for big bass.

Justin Jones and Kenny Lay had 19.09 pounds to win the North Lakeland Lions Club Open Bass “Fishing For Sight” tournament on April 3 at Lake Parker. Travis Finley and Ben Smith finished second at 15.05 pounds. John White and Tanner White were third at 15.00 pounds and Dell Danes and Jason Danes were fourth at 14.10 pounds. Kenny Lay and Tanner White tied for big bass at 7.03 pounds.

Cody Craig was 16.16 pounds and also a big bass with an 8.32 pounds to win the Toho Marine Elite One Man Tour tournament on April 3 at Lake Istokpoga. Chris Maxwell was second at 11.71 pounds and Chad Dowling third at 10.78 pounds.

Keith Brown and Mike Fisher had 14.01 pounds to win the Sunday Open Series tournament on April 4 in Lake Reedy. Daniel Garcia solo fishes tied for second place with Ricky Garcia and Buddy Timmerman at 12.07 pounds. Ricky Garcia and Buddy Timmerman also caught big fish with a 7.12 lbs.

Mike Fisher, left, and Keith Brown had 14.01 pounds to win the Sunday Open Series tournament on April 4 in Lake Reedy.

Upcoming tournaments

The next Kissimmee Bass Series Senior tournament is April 9 on the Kissimmee Channel from Camp Lester. Anglers must be 50 years or older and can fish in teams or solo. For more information, contact Charlie Wynperle at [email protected]

The Lakeland Bassmasters’ next Team Trail Tournament is April 10 on Lake Panasoffkee at Tracy’s Point. Check in is at 5am. Launch at dawn until 3 p.m. The tournament is sponsored by Fitzgerald Fishing. The weigh-in is at 3 p.m. For more information, contact Jayson Hooven at 727-260-2368 or [email protected]

The next Fishing Misfits tournament is April 10 at Lake Toho from the South Port Park ramp. This tournament is for members only. No boats over 115 horsepower are allowed and no professional fisherman or guides are allowed. Registration begins at 5:30 a.m. For more information, call Harry at 863-397-6597 or Larry at 863-287-2864.

The next Happy Hookers Bass Club tournament will take place on April 10 at Lake Juliana. Time is safe until 1:30 p.m. Entry fee $40 per boat including large bass. For more information, contact Jumbo Jordan at 863-286-2089 or visit the Happyhookers Club on Facebook.

The next Performance Bass Anglers tournament is April 10 at Eagle Lake. The entry fee is $40 per boat. The weather is safe until 2 p.m. For more information, visit performancebassanglers.com or contact Mike Carroll at 863-812-3853.

Tanner White caught that 7.03lbs to tie for big bass with Kenny Lay and to also help him and partner John White to a total weight of 15.00lbs for a third-place finish at the North Lakeland Lions Club . "Sight fishing" Open Bass Tournament on April 3 at Lake Parker.

The next West Coast Couples Club Bass Tournament is April 10 on the Harris Range from the Hickory Point Ramp. Contact Fred Allen at 863-696-7237 or 813-299-0796.

The next MacDill Bass Busters tournament will take place on April 10 on the chain of lakes in Clermont. The entry fee is $50 per boat, of which $5 goes to the big bass pot. Call Greg Bartz at 813-714-9916 for more information.

The next Mosaic Bass Club tournament will take place on April 10 on Lake Ariana. The tournament is open to Mosaic employees only. Please be launched and ready to fish in the light of day safely. The weigh-in is at 2 p.m. For more information, contact Richard Blair at 863-581-1523.

The next Winter Haven Lunker Lovers Tournament is April 11 on the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes from Camp Lester. The draw meeting will take place on April 6 at the Pantry Modern Diner in Auburndale. Lunker Lovers tournaments are for members only. For more information, call David Glenn at 863-559-0824, Lamar Middleton at 863-224-4050 or visit lunkerlovers.com.

The next Lakeland Bassmasters Draw Trail Tournament is April 11 on Lake Panasoffkee at Tracy’s Point. Check-in is at 5:30 a.m. Launch is in daylight and weigh-in is at 3 p.m. The tournament is sponsored by Stone’s Bait and Tackle. The club is currently looking for new members. For more information, contact Jayson Hooven at 727-260-2368 or [email protected]

The next Xtreme Bass Series Kissimmee Division tournament is April 11 on Lake Kissimmee at Camp Mack. Registration fees are $120 per team and $35 membership fee per angler. The time is safe until 3 p.m. Anglers can compete in seven of nine events to qualify for the championship later in the year for the chance to win a 2021 Blazer 595 Pro Elite boat worth $40,000. For more information, visit www.xbseries.com or call Mike Blocher at 813-363-5266.

The third annual Lake Wales FFA Alumni Fishing for Farmers Bass Tournament will take place on April 17 at Camp Mack-Guy Harvey Resort. The weather is safe until 2 p.m. The entry fee is $80 per team, which includes the big bass. The ramp fee is $6 and first place earns $1,000. For more information on registration, call Darleen Pearson at 863-510-9421.

The next Polk County Bass Assassin’s tournament will take place on April 17 on Lake Istokpoga. The club is looking for new members for the upcoming season. Club membership fee is $35 and entry fee is $40 per boat including large bass. Registration begins at 5 a.m. The time is safe until 2 p.m. For more information, contact Jimmy Saxon at 863-581-5939 or visit www.facebook.com/bassassassinsofpolkcounty/.

The next Rebel Boy’s Bass Club tournament will be April 17-18 on Lake Panasoffkee at Tracy’s Point. The launch is done in daylight and the weigh-in is at 3 p.m. Club membership fees are $50 per boat and $55 per tournament entry fee. For more information, contact Ken Singletary at 863-651-7607 or Randy Lowe at 863-262-0139 or visit the club on Facebook at Rebel Boy’s Bass Club Fishing.

The next Xtreme Bass Series Central Florida Division tournament is April 18 on Reedy Lake. Registration fees are $120 per team and $35 membership fee per angler. The time is safe until 3 p.m. Anglers can compete in seven of nine events to qualify for the championship later in the year for the chance to win a 2021 Blazer 595 Pro Elite boat worth $40,000. For more information, visit www.xbseries.com or call Brian Stahl at 813-470-0963.

The next Sunday Open Series tournament will take place on April 18 in Lake Hamilton. The entry fee is $30 per boat, including the big bass. The time is daylight until 1 p.m. For more information, contact Aaron Moran at 863-289-2850.

The next Toho Marine-Bartow Ford Elite Team Trail is April 24 on the Kissimmee Range from Camp Mack-Guy Harvey Resort. For more information, contact Charlie Wynperle at [email protected] or Toho Marine at 407-892-3200.

The Lake Wales Po Boys Bass Club will open their new season on April 25 on the Winter Haven South Range from the Lake Shipp Park Ramp. The club is looking for new members. There is a membership fee of $35 per year with a tournament entry fee of $50 per team and $20 per team big bass pot. All tournaments run until 2 p.m. Contact Terry Nesbitt at 863-232-6897 and Carl Carmichael at 727-463-4802 or visit lakewalespoboys.com.

The next Outcasts Bass Club Tournament is May 1 at HL Bishop Park Ramp’s June-in-Winter Lake. It’s 3:00 p.m. for more information. For more information, call John Catlin at 813-453-2682 or visit www.outcastsbassclub.com/.

The next Lone Fishing Club tournament is May 1 on Crooked Lake from the boat ramp at Little Crooked Lake. For more information, call Walt Hunziker at 407-284-0277 or email [email protected]

The 3rd Annual Casting Lures For Cures Tournament will be held May 1 on the Kissimmee Channel from Camp Mack-Guy Harvey Resort. The entry fee is $60 per boat with a two person crew. There is also an optional big bass fee of $20. The launch is in daylight with a weigh-in at 2:00 p.m. Prizes will be $1,000 for first place, $500 for second and $250 for third. For more information, contact Clayton Keene Jr. at 863-412-5246 or visit [email protected]

The Camp Mack Guy Harvey Lodge, Marina & RV Resort Bonfire tournament series continues with its second event, the Blazing Bass Challenge, May 15 at Lake Kissimmee. This is the second of three one-day tournaments that will take place throughout the year and will conclude with a two-day tournament in November. Anglers wishing to fish the series must be members of the Angler House Club, which is open to all. Team entry is $200 per team with an optional $40 Big Fish Pot. College anglers can also participate in the college division at no additional cost. For more information, call 800-243-8013 or visit www.BonfireSeries.com.

The next Toho Marine Elite One Man Tour tournament is May 23 at Lake Kissimmee at Camp Mack. For more information, contact Toho Marine at 407-892-3200.

Send tournament notices or results to Ledger Correspondent Michael Wilson at [email protected] The deadline is Tuesday at 2:00 p.m.

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