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.