Townsend Goes Back To Back To End 2014 Season Red Hot On The Delta!
Scbbbc 2014 Season ended in grand fashion on the California Delta.
Scott Townsend wins his second tournament in a
row "The Gardner" Got it done one more time with a limit
of 10.43 and he's only 16 years old. Look out next year! Ending
the 2014 as this years Angler of the Year and coming in 2nd was
Jon Graves. Jon also had the days big fish of 3.99.
Congratulations to both anglers on a great year. full
Graves wins his second club Angler of the Year award. A
season that will be remembered as the most dominate ever. 4 wins,
9 top 5 finishes. Only second to the late great Todd Iwamoto
2002 (500pts) Jon Graves 2014(470pts) totals for
one season. Awesome job.
Grulich wins this years Rookie of the Year award to show
he's ready to get down next season. second in the ROY race was Jacob
Hoch. At only 15 he's one to watch. Great job boys.
2014 Tournament of Champions Anglers
John Graves, Matt
Nyiri, Scott Townsend, Deren
Kozenko, Jason Cullen, Anthony
Duffany, Dave Sternitzke, Joe
Grulich, Jacob Hoch, Mike
Ayers, Chris Quinones. Congratulations
to all these guys. Check the Forum
for all the TOC weekends info.
Townsend Wins His First Tournament at Clear Lake!
anglers showed to battle it out at Clear Lake on Saturday and when
all the fish were weighed in it was young Scott Townsend
taking the win. Scotts first club win came on his dropshot rig fished
down south. Scott weighed in a limit of 4 for 13.23 lbs. Congratulations
2nd place and big fish goes to Jason Cullen with
a nice 6.41 lb big fish and 10.88 overall. 3rd place went to Deren
Kozenko with a 4 fish limit of 10.70 lbs. Anglers seemed
to struggle on a very tough bite during the tournament but some
figured it out. With one tournament left in the season, the battle
for AOY comes down to California Delta were Jon Graves
and Matt Nyiri will go at it. Good luck guys.
Full Results and Pictures.
Wins 2014 State Classic with 31 Pounds!
the 31st annual SCBBBC classic was a great success. There were 37
of the worlds best kick boaters that descended on the world famous
Clear Lake looking for that huge bag of fish. The word around the
lake was that the bite was tough and fishing very small. The weigh
in on day one made this an obvious truth, with the leader (Deren
Kozenko) at 14lbs and day ones big fish of 7lbs. With a lot of anglers
scratching their heads about what to do on day 2 we all headed over
to State Park for the barbecue and raffle. We want to say a special
thank you to Mark & Laura Harrison and Sarah Duffany for all
their hard work preparing food and all around help. The food was
great and the raffle was as usual a lot of fun.
A big thanks to our sponsors OUTDOOR
PROSHOPS first and foremost for their generous support not only
this year but all the years past.HI's Tackle shop, Clear Lake Outdoors,
Bucksbags, Gary Dobyns, Clear lake Bait and Tackle, CatchemCaro
Baits, Little Creeper Baits, Matt Nyiri for the CamelBack and all
the others who donated their gear and time to make it so special.
When day 2 weigh in started there were obvious adjustments made
and the weights had increased for those who found those fish that
were hungry. Day one leader showed consistency and had a lead heading
to the final angler, Daniel Balaba who's day one
weight was only 8lbs.The tension mounted as he began to load his
fish into the weigh bag. when the fish hit the scales he had a 4
fish limit of over 22lbs to win this years Classic with a total
weight of 31.43. Second went to Deren Kozenko with
28.46 3rd going to Chris LaPoint 20.54, 4th Dave
Sternitzke 19.56 and rounding out the top five was Mike
Ayers at 18.63. Marcus Werner and Jon
Graves also finished in the money. Big Fish Honors go to
Deren Kozenko 7.00 and Rob Linden 6.89. Thanks to everyone for showing
up and making this a great tournament. Andy Mercado.
Full Results and Pictures.
Werner is Best of the Best at Tournament of Champions!
to Marcus Werner for his victory at this years TOC. Marcus took
on this years 10 best anglers and beat them all! Pictures
Angler of the Year – Matt Nyiri
Matt Nyiri claims this year’s most coveted award, Angler of
the Year. Matt won 3 times this year and scored a total of 454 total
points. Matt is now a 2 time AOY winner. Congratulations Mr. consistent
Tournament of Champions - Marcus Werner
Marcus beat this years best in the club anglers with a solid two
day limit of 30 plus pounds. Beat the best is so sweet!
Rookie of the Year – Jason Cullen
Fishing his first full season as a Scbbbc member Jason Cullen wins
the Rookie of the Year award. Congratulations Jason.