Rittman, Dutcher, Slanker and Swisher win the Toys for Tots 4-player title


Fishing results

Matthieu rittman, Brian dutcher, Seth slanker and Jackson swisher had 43.11 pounds to win Toys for Tots’ eighth annual 4-player tag team tournament on Dec. 5 at Lake Kissimmee. Garrett Rocamora, Jackson Williams, Travis Finley and Levi Brun took second place with 37.43 pounds. Alex Funke, Austin Marvulli, Josh Wolf and Isidoro De La Paz was third at 36.56 lbs. Brian dutcher had big bass with an 8.24 lbs.

Dawson turner and Curtis Johnson had 19.39 pounds and a big bass at 4.99 pounds to win the high school division in the 2021 Bobby Lane High School Cup tournament on Dec. 4 on the Kissimmee channel. Jayden Black and Davin Dages were second at 15.16 lbs. Michael john teate and Tyler ramsey was third at 15.10 pounds. In the junior / youth division, Emry case and Bobby lane iii placed first with 12.69 lbs. Brody Kauffman and Payton Davidson were second at 11.76 pounds. Bryce Kelly and Grant Vanderbilt placed third at 8.13 pounds. Brody Morrow and Kashton Sanger had a big bass with a 5.73 pounds.

Miley Garcia had a big 5.80 pound bass to claim first place in the 2021 Classic Big Bass Shootout tournament on December 4 on the Winter Haven channel. Robert garcia was second at 5.43 lbs. Mike Carroll and Willie hart were third at 3.87 pounds.

Brad mcpherson had five bass weighing 8.10 pounds to win the Lone Fishing Club tournament on Dec. 4 in Eagle Lake. Jerry davis was second at 8.10 pounds. Bobby murphy and Keith brown tied for third at 7.00 pounds. John White had a big bass with a 4.10 pounds.

Brian Dutcher won a big bass with this 8.24 pounds to help him and his partners Matthew Rittman, Seth Slanker and Jackson Swisher to a total weight of 43.11 pounds to win the eighth annual team tournament. 4 Toys for Tots players on December 5th at the lake.  Kissimmee.

Upcoming tournaments

The following Kissimmee Bass Series Senior tournament is Dec. 10 on the Kissimmee Channel outside of Camp Lester. Anglers must be 50 years of age and over and may fish in a team or solo. For more information, contact Charlie Wynperle at [email protected]

The MacDill Bass Busters will be holding their annual meeting on Saturday, December 11 at 11:30 a.m. at the North Lakeland Hooters. All teams looking for a new club are welcome to participate and join the club at that time. For more information, contact Greg Bartz at 813-714-9916 or visit macdillbassbusters.com.

The following Florida Crappie Club tournament is Dec. 11 on Crescent Lake off the town ramp. The registration fee is $ 60 per boat for seven fish and large fish. Registration is from 5:45 am to 6:45 am Tournament time is 7 am to 2 pm. For more information, call Tony Strollo at 352-584-6970.

The Unsuitable for fishing Open tournament is December 11 at Fannie Lake. No boat of more than 110 horsepower is allowed and no professional fisherman or guide is allowed. For more information, call Harry at 863-397-6597.

The following CATCH’EM CRAPPIE tournament, hosted by Hoppy’s Marine, is December 11 in Port Hatchineha. The hour is sure of the light at noon. Up to four anglers per boat with a fee of $ 60 per boat, plus a ramp fee of $ 5. The six heaviest fish go towards the price of the square and the big fish. For more information or to register for the tournament, call Matt Ingram at 863-412-5207 or Catch’em Crappie on Facebook.

The Performance bass anglers The open tournament will take place on December 12 on the Winter Haven chain just off the ramp at Lake Shipp Park. The registration fee is $ 50 per boat, including $ 10 for large bass. The time is safe until 2 p.m. For more information, visit performancebassanglers.com or contact Mike Carroll at 863-812-3853.

The Bass charity tournament for Keith Howlett will be held on December 18 on the Winter Haven South chain just off the ramp at Lake Shipp Park. The registration fee is $ 80 per boat, including $ 5 for large bass. The first prize is $ 500, the second is $ 300 and the third is $ 100. The time is safe until 2 p.m. There will be raffles, food sales, 50/50, corn hole event and a $ 5 donation for a photo with Santa Claus. For more information, contact Shorty Carter at 863-608-8114 or Joe Magnatta at 863-581-7011.

The following Sunshine State Crappie Trail tournament will be held on December 18th on the St. John’s River / Lake George. The one-time membership fee for the season is $ 50 and the tournament registration fee is $ 100. Registration is 5:15 am to 6:15 am. Time is 7 am to 3 pm. The weight is at 4 p.m. For more information, contact Scott Stephenson at 772-643-1451.

Nicholas Whitten of Lakeland caught this 2.25-pound speckled perch on a gold-colored Okeechobee Fearless Jig while fishing in the St. Johns River near Astor last weekend.

The Merry Grinchmas Open Bass Tournament will take place on December 19 on Lake Kissimmee outside of Camp Lester. The registration fee is $ 100 per team, which includes the big bass. Anglers can fish solo or in pairs. The launch is at a safe light and the weigh-in is at 2:30 p.m. For more information, contact Charlie Wynperle at [email protected]

The following Lake Wales Po Boys Bass Club tournament is December 19 on Lake Istokpoga off the US 98 County Ramp. There is a membership fee of $ 35 per year with a registration fee of $ 50 per team at the tournament and $ 20 per team with a big bass pot. All tournaments are safe until 2 p.m. The club is looking for new members. Contact Terry Nesbitt at 863-232-6897 and Carl Carmichael at 727-463-4802 or visit lakewalespoboys.com.

The following Lonely fishing club tournament is Jan. 8 on Lake Kissimmee. For more information, call Walt Hunziker at 407-284-0277 or email [email protected]

The Winter Haven Lunkers Lovers‘will begin its new tournament season on January 9 on the Winter Haven South channel just off the ramp at Lake Shipp Park. The draw will take place on January 4 at the Pantry Modern Diner in Auburndale. Lunker Lovers tournaments are for members only. To find out how to become a member or for more information, call David Glenn at 863-559-0824, Lamar Middleton at 863-224-4050 or visit lunkerlovers.com.

The Lake Wales Po Boys Bass Club will be holding an open tournament Jan. 9 on the Winter Haven chain off the Lake Shipp Park ramp. The entry fee is $ 50 per boat and $ 20 per team for a big pot of bass. All anglers are welcome and the club is looking for new members. All tournaments are safe until 2 p.m. Contact Terry Nesbitt at 863-232-6897 and Carl Carmichael at 727-463-4802 or visit lakewalespoboys.com.

The Bass Club Rebel Boy will change the club’s name to Bass N Boats and host its first tournament of the new season on January 15 on Lake Parker. The launch takes place in daylight and the weigh-in takes place at 3 p.m. Club membership fees are $ 50 per boat and $ 55 per tournament registration fee. For more information, contact Ken Singletary at 863-651-7607 or Brant Sims at 321-246-2385 or visit Bassnboats.com.

The Polk County Bass Assassin’s will host a tournament open on January 15 on the Winter Haven South chain just off the ramp at Lake Shipp Park. The registration fee is $ 40 per boat, including big bass. The time is safe until 2 p.m. The club is accepting new members for the 2022 season starting in February. Membership fees are $ 35 per angler. For more information, contact Jimmy Saxon at 863-581-5939 or go to www.facebook.com/bassassassinsofpolkcounty/.

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

About Patricia Kilgore

Check Also

Catfishing, then and now – Waxahachie Daily Light

Luke Clayton Daily Light Contributor I’ve always loved catching catfish and…eating them! I guess my …