Big O Teen Anglers host End-Year Classic

Posted 11/8/21

The Big O Teen Anglers held their End-Year Classic of the 2021 year out of Lake Garcia and Lake Okeechobee...

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Big O Teen Anglers host End-Year Classic

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OKEECHOBEE — The Big O Teen Anglers held their End-Year Classic of the 2021 year out of Lake Garcia and Lake Okeechobee on October 30 and 31. This month’s two day tournament included 22 anglers catching a total of 111 bass at a combined weight of 142.84 pounds.

The largest Bass caught was by Lathan Stokes at 5.45 pounds.  

This month’s standings were as follows:

9-12 Age Group
• First place- Lathan Stokes with 11.62 pounds and a Big Fish of 5.45 pounds;
• Second place - Waylen McLean with 9.85 pounds;
• Third place - Lane Whidden with 9.10 pounds.

13-19 Age Group
• First place - Mason Davis with 14.30 pounds;
• Second place - Tanner Seabolt with 10.43 pounds and a Big Fish of 3.29 pounds;
• Third place - Ragyn Mohney with 10.06 pounds.

Every month  boat captains volunteer their time to our youth anglers. The anglers thank the following: Terry Seabolt, Billy Ellerbee, Josh Clay, Raul Martinez, Marc Williams, David Diehl, Justin Whidden, David Mohney, Kim LaFave, Scott LaFave, and Randi Davis.

The Big O Teen Anglers are now accepting applications for the 2022 season. If you know a youth angler between the ages of 9-19 that loves fishing or wants to learn a new sport, please reach out to Danielle at 561 436-8491 or bota.danielle@gmail.com.

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