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10/17/2012 8:34:00 AM
Club takes on Lake Mohave

Don Martin
The Great Outdoors

The team of Shane Moline and Tina Kennedy, along with seven other teams from the Kingman Bass Club, fished the club's one-day event at Lake Mohave, and some record weight fish were brought to the scales.

Moline/Kennedy had the heaviest bass of the tournament (4.76 pounds) and the heaviest five-fish bag of the year (19.62 pounds).

In second place was the team of Art Fuller and Tim Pender, whose bag included the second-largest fish of the tournament, a largemouth that weighed 4.13 pounds. Fuller/Pender's five-fish bag weighed 15.55 pounds. All their fish came on jigs fished from 10 to30 feet deep.

Third place went to Donnie and Ray Scroggins, whose five-fish limit weighed 9.89 pounds.

The club's next meeting will be at 7 p.m. Oct. 24 in the conference room at the Arizona Game and Fish Department office.

The main topic of discussion will be the club's fish-off, which will be a two-day event on Nov. 3-4 at Alamo Lake.

The final standings for the KBC's team of the year based on the eight tournaments that the club fished, with two throw-outs, were: Dave Hilton II and Dave Hilton III, followed by Art Fuller and Pete Byers.

The club will resume fishing in January.

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