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Bruce Camp's Local Fishing Report September 20th Edition
Two weeks ago the Kosa retirees fished Lake Norman with John Black and Roger McNeilly getting the win with a catch of 11.85. Dean Champion and Ken Johnson took second with 4.85. Ronnie Humphries was third with 3.75 and that was also big bass of the day.
Last week, the oldtimers hit Lake Wylie and John Black fished solo and picked up the win with 9.90 and he had big bass of the day with a 2.50. Ken Johnson and Doug Sparrow had 5.15 and were second. Mack Wyatt had 2.0 to claim third. This week, they head back to lake Norman.
Lake Norman was the Lake last week and man was it tough. John Black and Roger McNeilly got the win with 3.75. Ronnie Humphries had 3.10 and was second and third went to David O’Shield and JR Henry with 2.70. Big bass was a 2.40 brought in by Black and McNeilly. Lake Wylie is up this week.
Seventeen boats fished the Thursday night tournament on Moss Lake, Matt Arey and Bryan Thrift picked up the win with 11.49. They also had big bass of the evening with a 2.95. Wayne Miller and Phillip Allen had 8.48 to take second. Buddy and Michael Black was third with 3.95 and fourth went to Robin Sain and Nate Bagley with 2.76.
Matt Arey and Chuck Camp bettered the 14 boat field 2 weeks ago at the Thursday night weekly bass tournament on Moss Lake. They had 8.19. Buddy and Michael Black had 5.79 and was second and they also had big bass with a 3.73. Walt Brysick and Gerald Bridges had 5.77 and took third and fourth with 3.14 was Richard McAbee.
Last week, again 14 boats made the trip. Buddy and Michael Black got the win with 8.66 and again this week they had the big bass of the night with a 5.66 largemouth. Reggie and Johnny Guffey had 5.18 and were second. Third with 3.82 was J.R. Garland and Ronnie Beason.
If anyone has any suggestions on stories or pictures of their catch or kill, you can e-mail me at brucecamp@carolina.rr.com. TITLE THE E-MAIL STORY OR PICTURE “FOR SHOPPER” OR I WILL ASSUME IT’S JUNK MAIL AND NOT OPEN IT.

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