Cedar City Bass Anglers hold final season tourney

Local anglers take home top prizes in finale
Jun 27, 2014
(Submitted to The Democrat) The winners in the Cedar City Bass Anglers Percy Priest Night Tournament are (from left) Delmos Boone, first place and big fish; Cody Haskins, second; Greg Haynes, third; Nick Thompson, fourth; Corey Steakley, fifth; and Joe McConnell, big fish.


The Cedar City Bass Anglers held its final tournament for the regular season on Percy Priest Lake at night out of Fate Sanders Marina on June 14. 

Anglers faced a lot of boat traffic from all the spectators at the Smyrna Air Show. 

The weather cooperated, with calm winds, a full moon and water temperatures between 80-85 degrees, during the tournament.

Delmos Boone, of Lebanon, finished first despite the conditions of boats and a cold front that pushed through. Boone had a limit weighing 13.15 pounds. He caught his fish mid-lake on a spinnerbait and earned $600.

Cody Haskins, of Lebanon, finished second with a limit weighing 13.05 pounds. Haskins caught his fish mid-lake on a worm and a spinnerbait, earning him $400.

Greg Haynes, of Lebanon, finished third with a limit weighing 11.73 pounds. Haynes caught his fish mid-lake flipping a worm to earn $200.

Nick Thompson, of Lebanon, finished fourth with a limit weighing a 11.35 pounds. He caught his fish on a spinnerbait earning $60 and a $20 gift certificate.

Corey Steakley, of Lebanon, rounded out the top five with a limit he caught near the launch site weighing 10.77 pounds. He earned a $50 gift certificate. 

Joe McConnell, of Murfreesboro, won the big fish honors with a 4.27-pound largemouth bass. He earned $300.

Adam Sharp was at the top in points with 561 on the season, followed by Waymon Lefevers with 551, Tony Mick with 546, Jamie Johnson with 541 and Haskins with 540. Steakley, Haynes, Danny Heicher, Bill Hall and Brad Young rounded out the top 10. 

The next CCBA event will be Oct. 3-5. For more information, visit cedarcitybass.com.


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