In a typical largemouth tournament during summer and early fall, winners often start shallow to pick off an active early kicker, then move deep to fill their limit.

Not so in smallmouth tournaments – especially river smallmouth tournaments. Deep typically dominates those events.



But David Kromm of Kennewick, Wash. started shallow each day of the recent Columbia River Western FLW Series. He caught key skinny fish every day, which then gave him the freedom to work an upgrade program out deep.

He won the event by a major 4-02 margin and not only pocketed $100,000 for the win, but because he's a Triton owner, he also received a 20X3 from Triton under its Western Series contingency program.

It marked the first significant win of his career. Here's how he did it.

Practice

Kromm, a Tri-Cities resident, calls the Columbia River his home water. He's got literally hundreds of deep spots strewn along the Boardman and Tri-Cities pools, but left them alone during pre-practice. Instead, he searched out shallow areas that could produce a fish or two each morning.

He found a few and when official practice began, he checked them, searched out other shallow areas, and plied his traditional deep stuff too.

The water temperature during official practice was around 67 degrees.

"Once the sun got up, the shallow bite was over for me," he said. "Then I just spent a lot of time looking for deeper ledges and rockpiles with fish in the 15- to 25-foot range. The deep spots were pretty much along the main river channel.

"I have so many spots I couldn't fish them all in 3 weeks, so I knew the event would be about making the right decisions," he added. "I'd base those decisions on what I caught each morning and how the day progressed. If there were more fish on rockpiles, I'd stick with that."

He exited practice with a few milk-runs, but also the intent to fish some new water each day.

Days 1 & 2

> Day 1: 5, 14-01
> Day 2: 5, 14-04
> Total = 10, 28-05 (2nd)

Kromm started shallow on day 1 and caught four fish – two were quality, two were rats. He spent the rest of the day fishing deep.

"I ended up catching one more 3-pounder and a couple of 2s," he said of his deep effort. "Right now the river's in bad shape, so it's not easy to catch a lot of 2s or 2 1/2s. Those fish are pretty critical."

On day 2 he caught five up shallow in the morning – three were quality, two were rats.

"Then the alarm started going off on my motor," he noted. "I didn't want to lock below McNarry because of that. I figured I'd play it safe, and as the day progressed, I was really glad I did. The motor started going into guardian mode."

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Photo: FLW Outdoors/ David Brown

Kromm experienced motor problems on day 2 and was forced to head back early.

He was forced back to the launch area an hour and a half early. He spent the rest of that time out deep and caught a 3-pounder and a 2 1/4, which he used to cull out the two rats. He ended the day with 14-04 and sat in 2nd with 28-05 total.

Days 3 & 4

> Day 3: 5, 16-08
> Day 4: 5, 10-15
> Total = 20 (55-12)

On day 3, Kromm caught three quality fish shallow in the morning, then headed deep. He locked through and when he got below McNarry Dam, he saw the current was running and knew the bite would be on.

"Once I got a limit of decent ones, I started running around and fishing," he said. "I probably could have caught five decent limits that day – they were biting that well. And I kind of pre-fished here and there and took it easy. I was just hoping to get to the 4th day and that the wind didn't come up."

He ended the day in 1st with a 3-day total of 44-13.

When he started out on day 4, he thought the wind would be okay. But that sentiment soon changed.

"I started to head toward (McNarry). The wind was coming from a little different angle than it usually is when it blows hard. By the time I got to the Gorge, the water was as big as I'd ever seen it on the river. I tried to fish some but couldn't. I couldn't hold my boat position or anything, so I bagged it."

He headed into a backwater and caught a small largemouth. He felt he could catch a limit of largemouths there, but a youth duck hunt was underway, and he was uncomfortable disrupting that. So he exited the backwater and went to run some of his historic stuff.

He caught mostly small fish, but then went to a stretch that had produced for him in the past. He fished it thoroughly and caught a decent fish.

"Then I switched to a little finesse worm," he noted. "The fish weren't wanting to bite, but I fished that little, tiny finesse worm on a slack line. On the first cast I caught a 3 1/2, then I caught a 2-pounder. That's when I felt pretty comfortable."

Winning Pattern Notes

Kromm said all his shallow spots were close to deep water and had some grass. "The grass is disappearing at a faster rate now with the water getting colder, and the wind really rips it out, so it can be hard to find."

About his deep stuff, he said, "It was all adjacent to the river channel. When there was no current, you had to methodically probe those rockpiles. You had to fish them real slow. On the third day when there was current and they were biting, I only fished the leading (up-current) edge (of the structure), and I fished it fast."

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One of Kromm's key baits was a 4-inch Zoom lizard in green-pumpkin.

Winning Gear Notes

> For his shallow fish, Kromm threw a spinnerbait, Rat-L-Trap, jerkbait and soft jerkbait. He noted he caught the most fish on a spinnerbait.

> Spinnerbait gear: 7'5" heavy-action G. Loomis BCFR GLX rod, Shimano Curado casting reel, 20-pound Seaguar fluorocarbon, 3/8-ounce homemade spinnerbait (gold willow and gold Colorado blades, white/chartreuse skirt, chartreuse Zoom Split-Tail trailer.

> For deep fish, he primarily threw a Carolina-rig and tube.

> Carolina-rig gear: 7'2" medium-action G. Loomis Bronzeback rod, Shimano Sedona spinning reel, 8-pound Seaguar fluorocarbon, 1/4-ounce weight, 30-inch lead, 2/0 Gamakatsu EWG hook, 4" Zoom Lizard (green-pumpkin).

> Tube gear: 7'1" heavy-action G. Loomis 854 rod, Shimano Curado casting reel, 3/8-ounce tube jighead, 4" Kickin' Baits tube (green-pumpkin).

The Bottom Line

> Main factor in his success – "That I was willing to gamble a little and spend more time fishing shallow for a couple bites, rather than going out and worrying about getting my limit and catching numbers."

> Performance edge – "My electronics. My Lowrance graph showed me a lot, and that last day, I saw one of the decent fish I caught on the screen. In fact, I caught one every day that I saw for sure. I run an LMS 520 up front and an X26 in the back."

Notable

> Kromm's sponsored by: Triton, Mercury, Lowrance, MotorGuide, Nixon's Marine (Walla Walla, Wash.), Bass Kickin' Baits, Sniper Lures, All City Bail Bonds and Apollo Sheet Metal.

> He works as a project superintendent for Apollo Sheet Metal. "They're instrumental in allowing me to be able to do what I do," he said. "I couldn't work for anybody else and get away with what I do. I'm so grateful for them."

> About the 20X3 he won from Triton, he said: "Oh man, that's awesome. It's killer. That was a smart play by them to keep some of us in Tritons out here. It's very well appreciated."

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Final Standings

1. David Kromm -- Kennewick, Wa -- 5, 14-01 -- 5, 14-04 -- 5, 16-08 -- 5, 10-15 -- 20, 55-12 -- $100,000

2. Ronald Hobbs Jr -- Graham, Wa -- 5, 14-12 -- 5, 10-04 -- 5, 14-05 -- 5, 12-05 -- 20, 51-10 -- $32,849

3. Neil Russell -- Nampa, Id -- 5, 13-14 -- 5, 15-12 -- 5, 12-00 -- 5, 9-04 -- 20, 50-14 -- $26,280

4. Rj Bennett -- Roseville, Ca -- 5, 14-07 -- 5, 11-14 -- 5, 13-06 -- 5, 10-15 -- 20, 50-10 -- $19,710

5. Ken Wick -- Star, Id -- 5, 7-06 -- 5, 8-03 -- 5, 18-11 -- 5, 11-10 -- 20, 45-14 -- $13,138

6. Paul Hall -- Soap Lake, Wa -- 5, 14-15 -- 5, 10-06 -- 5, 14-03 -- 5, 6-02 -- 20, 45-10 -- $12,481

7. Clint Johanson -- Benton City, Wa -- 4, 5-10 -- 5, 13-15 -- 5, 14-12 -- 5, 10-03 -- 19, 44-08 -- $11,825

8. Roy Hawk -- Salt Lake City, Ut -- 5, 10-13 -- 5, 17-03 -- 5, 6-00 -- 5, 9-01 -- 20, 43-01 -- $11,168

9. Wade Headrick -- Draper, Ut -- 5, 11-15 -- 5, 11-03 -- 5, 11-01 -- 5, 6-14 -- 20, 41-01 -- $10,511

10. Cameron Smith -- Dana Point, Ca -- 5, 13-03 -- 5, 9-08 -- 5, 11-08 -- 5, 6-07 -- 20, 40-10 -- $9,853

The following anglers didn't make the cut and didn't fish day 4:

11. Brent Lyon -- Reno, Nv -- 5, 12-14 -- 5, 11-10 -- 5, 9-06 -- 15, 33-14 -- $8,212

12. Brandon Craner -- Filer, Id -- 5, 11-02 -- 5, 11-05 -- 5, 11-03 -- 15, 33-10 -- $8,212

13. Kazuki Kodama -- Torrance, Ca -- 5, 12-04 -- 5, 10-13 -- 5, 10-03 -- 15, 33-04 -- $8,212

14. Ron Mace -- Las Vegas, Nv -- 4, 5-00 -- 5, 11-01 -- 5, 16-02 -- 14, 32-03 -- $8,212

15. Justin Kerr -- Simi Valley, Ca -- 5, 10-07 -- 5, 11-14 -- 5, 9-02 -- 15, 31-07 -- $8,212

16. Rodney Rinta -- Chehalis, Wa -- 5, 11-15 -- 3, 10-13 -- 5, 8-10 -- 13, 31-06 -- $7,884

17. Mark Dawson -- Brewster, Wa -- 5, 7-03 -- 5, 13-13 -- 5, 9-12 -- 15, 30-12 -- $7,884

18. Cody Meyer -- Redding, Ca -- 5, 8-12 -- 5, 9-04 -- 5, 12-11 -- 15, 30-11 -- $7,884

19. Gene Batey -- Pasco, Wa -- 5, 12-10 -- 5, 7-12 -- 5, 10-01 -- 15, 30-07 -- $7,884

20. John Billheimer Jr -- Discovery Bay, Ca -- 5, 6-05 -- 5, 15-09 -- 3, 8-07 -- 13, 30-05 -- $7,884

21. Joe Uribe Jr -- Lake Forest, Ca -- 5, 10-15 -- 5, 10-01 -- 5, 9-05 -- 15, 30-05 -- $7,555

22. Jimmy Walker -- Alpine, Ca -- 5, 10-12 -- 5, 8-13 -- 5, 10-11 -- 15, 30-04 -- $7,555

23. Matt Shura -- Gilbert, Az -- 5, 10-04 -- 5, 12-03 -- 5, 7-12 -- 15, 30-03 -- $7,555

24. Michael Tuck -- Antelope, Ca -- 5, 6-14 -- 5, 11-09 -- 5, 11-12 -- 15, 30-03 -- $7,555

25. Kelly Vineyard -- Bend, Or -- 5, 9-03 -- 5, 7-14 -- 5, 12-04 -- 15, 29-05 -- $7,555

26. Marc Lippincott -- Spokane, Wa -- 5, 10-02 -- 5, 9-11 -- 5, 9-05 -- 15, 29-02 -- $7,229

27. Jim Hawkes -- Apache Junction, Az -- 5, 12-10 -- 5, 9-01 -- 4, 6-12 -- 14, 28-07 -- $7,229

28. Rusty Salewske -- Alpine, Ca -- 5, 9-02 -- 5, 9-00 -- 5, 10-01 -- 15, 28-03 -- $7,229

29. Eric Mcfarland -- Meridian, Id -- 5, 14-14 -- 4, 9-11 -- 1, 3-03 -- 10, 27-12 -- $7,229

30. Jarrid Turner -- Moses Lake, Wa -- 5, 9-15 -- 5, 7-01 -- 5, 10-12 -- 15, 27-12 -- $7,229

31. Zack Thompson -- Orinda, Ca -- 5, 11-05 -- 5, 9-07 -- 5, 6-15 -- 15, 27-11 -- $6,898

32. Rick Correa -- Sherwood, Or -- 5, 9-02 -- 5, 9-06 -- 5, 9-02 -- 15, 27-10 -- $6,898

33. Don Hogue -- Pasco, Wa -- 5, 7-02 -- 5, 10-07 -- 5, 9-10 -- 15, 27-03 -- $6,898

34. Cody King -- Island City, Or -- 5, 12-13 -- 3, 7-10 -- 4, 6-11 -- 12, 27-02 -- $6,898

35. Michael Free -- Milton, Wa -- 5, 11-01 -- 5, 6-03 -- 5, 9-13 -- 15, 27-01 -- $6,898

36. Wayne Crowder -- Salt Lake City, Ut -- 5, 8-06 -- 5, 9-02 -- 4, 9-05 -- 14, 26-13 -- $6,898

37. Sean Minderman -- Spokane, Wa -- 5, 10-09 -- 5, 7-14 -- 5, 8-05 -- 15, 26-12 -- $6,898

38. Robert Lee -- Angels Camp, Ca -- 5, 9-06 -- 5, 8-14 -- 5, 8-07 -- 15, 26-11 -- $6,898

39. Brent Ehrler -- Redlands, Ca -- 5, 9-04 -- 5, 7-10 -- 5, 9-12 -- 15, 26-10 -- $6,898

40. Jason Borofka -- Salinas, Ca -- 5, 12-08 -- 4, 4-07 -- 5, 9-07 -- 14, 26-06 -- $6,898

41. Chris Zaldain -- San Jose, Ca -- 5, 7-10 -- 5, 7-14 -- 5, 10-13 -- 15, 26-05 -- $6,569

42. Mike Reynolds -- Modesto, Ca -- 5, 8-07 -- 4, 7-04 -- 5, 10-06 -- 14, 26-01 -- $6,569

43. Clayton Meyer -- San Diego, Ca -- 5, 6-02 -- 5, 12-01 -- 5, 7-10 -- 15, 25-13 -- $6,569

44. Charlie Weyer -- West Hills, Ca -- 5, 6-11 -- 5, 8-05 -- 5, 10-13 -- 15, 25-13 -- $100 Wal-Mart Card

45. Jason Hickey -- Weiser, Id -- 5, 7-15 -- 5, 12-06 -- 4, 5-06 -- 14, 25-11 -- $100 Wal-Mart Card

46. Don Allphin -- Provo, Ut -- 5, 9-13 -- 4, 7-11 -- 5, 8-01 -- 14, 25-09 -- $100 Wal-Mart Card

47. Chris Lambert -- Olympia, Wa -- 5, 8-12 -- 5, 8-07 -- 5, 7-15 -- 15, 25-02 -- $100 Wal-Mart Card

48. Gary Dobyns -- Yuba City, Ca -- 3, 3-07 -- 5, 10-13 -- 5, 10-01 -- 13, 24-05 -- $100 Wal-Mart Card

49. Dustin Baker -- Lakeside, Ca -- 5, 9-05 -- 5, 8-01 -- 5, 6-12 -- 15, 24-02 -- $100 Wal-Mart Card

50. Jimmy Reese -- Witter Springs, Ca -- 5, 6-11 -- 5, 8-10 -- 5, 8-12 -- 15, 24-01 -- $100 Wal-Mart Card

51. Paul Hodges Iii -- Glendale, Az -- 4, 7-08 -- 5, 9-10 -- 5, 6-10 -- 14, 23-12 -- $100 Wal-Mart Card

52. Earl Dalton -- Jackson, Ca -- 5, 13-00 -- 0, 0-00 -- 5, 10-09 -- 10, 23-09 -- $100 Wal-Mart Card

53. Ron Wiseman, Jr. -- Pendleton, Or -- 5, 11-01 -- 5, 9-11 -- 1, 2-09 -- 11, 23-05 -- $100 Wal-Mart Card

54. Marco Rodriguez -- Nyssa, Or -- 5, 10-05 -- 2, 2-15 -- 5, 10-00 -- 12, 23-04 -- $100 Wal-Mart Card

55. Jim Broberg -- Spokane, Wa -- 5, 10-15 -- 5, 9-05 -- 2, 2-14 -- 12, 23-02 -- $100 Wal-Mart Card

56. Rob Riehl -- Tracy, Ca -- 5, 7-10 -- 5, 5-00 -- 5, 10-08 -- 15, 23-02 -- $100 Wal-Mart Card

57. Greg Hatleberg -- Springfield, Or -- 4, 7-10 -- 5, 9-03 -- 5, 6-00 -- 14, 22-13 -- $100 Wal-Mart Card

58. Ricky Shabazz -- Rialto, Ca -- 5, 6-04 -- 5, 8-02 -- 5, 8-07 -- 15, 22-13 -- $100 Wal-Mart Card

59. Michail Ieletzky -- Portland, Or -- 4, 5-15 -- 4, 7-15 -- 5, 8-14 -- 13, 22-12 -- $100 Wal-Mart Card

60. Izz Byrd -- San Jose, Ca -- 5, 9-07 -- 5, 7-05 -- 3, 5-14 -- 13, 22-10 -- $100 Wal-Mart Card

61. Bill Roberts (Sr) -- Benton City, Wa -- 5, 10-13 -- 5, 7-15 -- 3, 3-13 -- 13, 22-09 -- $100 Wal-Mart Card

62. Jim Davis -- Plumas Lake, Ca -- 5, 7-02 -- 5, 7-14 -- 5, 7-07 -- 15, 22-07 -- $100 Wal-Mart Card

63. Leon Knight -- Tehachapi, Ca -- 5, 7-01 -- 5, 8-13 -- 5, 6-08 -- 15, 22-06 -- $100 Wal-Mart Card

64. Michael Rooke -- Lake Havasu City, Az -- 5, 12-01 -- 5, 7-11 -- 2, 2-09 -- 12, 22-05 -- $100 Wal-Mart Card

65. Sean Stafford -- Fairfield, Ca -- 5, 8-02 -- 2, 4-02 -- 5, 10-00 -- 12, 22-04 -- $100 Wal-Mart Card

66. Mike Folkestad -- Yorba Linda, Ca -- 5, 10-04 -- 3, 3-01 -- 5, 8-12 -- 13, 22-01 -- $100 Wal-Mart Card

67. Gerald Wright -- Pasco, Wa -- 5, 9-12 -- 5, 7-08 -- 3, 4-11 -- 13, 21-15 -- $100 Wal-Mart Card

68. Ted Holverson -- El Cajon, Ca -- 4, 7-08 -- 4, 5-02 -- 5, 9-05 -- 13, 21-15 -- $100 Wal-Mart Card

69. Brett Hite -- Phoenix, Az -- 5, 7-14 -- 4, 5-01 -- 5, 8-15 -- 14, 21-14

70. Keegan Graves -- Meridian, Id -- 5, 7-02 -- 5, 8-06 -- 3, 6-01 -- 13, 21-09

71. Duane Dunstone -- Reno, Nv -- 4, 5-01 -- 5, 11-00 -- 5, 5-06 -- 14, 21-07

72. Jon Strelic -- Alpine, Ca -- 5, 9-11 -- 5, 5-07 -- 5, 6-02 -- 15, 21-04

73. Kelly Kellogg -- Kelso, Wa -- 5, 9-04 -- 4, 8-08 -- 3, 3-08 -- 12, 21-04

74. Shawn Lee -- Arroyo Grande, Ca -- 5, 10-11 -- 3, 5-03 -- 3, 5-00 -- 11, 20-14

75. Bobby Barrack -- Oakley, Ca -- 5, 6-01 -- 4, 3-05 -- 5, 11-06 -- 14, 20-12

76. Brian Nixon -- Grand Junction, Co -- 5, 7-04 -- 3, 6-06 -- 5, 7-00 -- 13, 20-10

77. Scott Nielsen -- Salt Lake City, Ut -- 3, 4-13 -- 5, 9-09 -- 5, 6-03 -- 13, 20-09

78. Tony Lain -- Sun City, Ca -- 5, 10-02 -- 5, 5-11 -- 3, 4-09 -- 13, 20-06

79. Louis Fernandes -- Santa Maria, Ca -- 5, 8-07 -- 4, 4-14 -- 5, 7-01 -- 14, 20-06

80. Bill Spence -- Livermore, Ca -- 5, 6-13 -- 5, 7-05 -- 5, 6-03 -- 15, 20-05

81. Mike Walker -- Tigard, Or -- 5, 10-10 -- 3, 5-06 -- 1, 4-02 -- 9, 20-02

82. Jim Lyon -- Reno, Nv -- 5, 7-01 -- 5, 5-06 -- 5, 7-11 -- 15, 20-02

83. Ken Mercurio -- Reno, Nv -- 4, 9-00 -- 1, 2-14 -- 4, 8-01 -- 9, 19-15

84. Ron Colby -- Page, Az -- 5, 7-13 -- 5, 7-07 -- 3, 4-04 -- 13, 19-08

85. Justin Campbell -- Pasco, Wa -- 3, 6-02 -- 5, 8-11 -- 3, 4-10 -- 11, 19-07

86. Cory Dispensiero -- Palmdale, Ca -- 4, 11-14 -- 3, 2-13 -- 2, 4-10 -- 9, 19-05

87. William Gibbs -- John Day, Or -- 0, 0-00 -- 3, 6-07 -- 5, 12-10 -- 8, 19-01

88. Del Orton -- Boise, Id -- 5, 7-07 -- 5, 6-12 -- 3, 4-12 -- 13, 18-15

89. Frank Morton -- Madras, Or -- 5, 7-08 -- 5, 6-10 -- 4, 4-00 -- 14, 18-02

90. Brett Davies -- Davis, Ca -- 5, 8-09 -- 5, 6-02 -- 3, 3-04 -- 13, 17-15

91. Stephen Pike -- Las Vegas, Nv -- 5, 7-11 -- 3, 4-08 -- 4, 5-12 -- 12, 17-15

92. Mitch Ratchford -- Kennewick, Wa -- 5, 9-13 -- 3, 4-04 -- 1, 2-14 -- 9, 16-15

93. Randy Potter -- Camas, Wa -- 4, 6-09 -- 2, 4-00 -- 3, 6-01 -- 9, 16-10

94. Edward J Schneider Jr -- Stockton, Ca -- 5, 9-07 -- 2, 3-06 -- 2, 3-08 -- 9, 16-05

95. Tim Edington -- Bakersfield, Ca -- 2, 2-05 -- 5, 7-11 -- 4, 6-01 -- 11, 16-01

96. Tim Klinger -- Boulder City, Nv -- 1, 0-15 -- 5, 6-12 -- 5, 8-04 -- 11, 15-15

97. Jim Opalecky -- Elk Grove, Ca -- 5, 8-15 -- 5, 6-14 -- 0, 0-00 -- 10, 15-13

98. Hal Zimmerman -- Boise, Id -- 5, 5-13 -- 5, 7-01 -- 3, 2-14 -- 13, 15-12

99. Richard Smith -- Kelseyville, Ca -- 5, 9-14 -- 3, 3-05 -- 1, 2-02 -- 9, 15-05

100. Scott Mackenzie -- Daly City, Ca -- 4, 3-04 -- 4, 6-03 -- 3, 5-11 -- 11, 15-02

101. Randy Mcabee Jr -- Bakersfield, Ca -- 0, 0-00 -- 5, 8-12 -- 5, 6-05 -- 10, 15-01

102. Don Iovino -- Burbank, Ca -- 5, 8-11 -- 2, 2-13 -- 3, 3-06 -- 10, 14-14

103. Todd Woods -- Murrieta, Ca -- 3, 4-09 -- 1, 2-04 -- 5, 7-14 -- 9, 14-11

104. Russ Barger -- Boise, Id -- 2, 3-13 -- 5, 5-03 -- 4, 5-06 -- 11, 14-06

105. Stephen Garcia -- Vancouver, Wa -- 4, 5-07 -- 5, 8-09 -- 0, 0-00 -- 9, 14-00

106. John Neudorfer -- Spokane, Wa -- 1, 3-11 -- 3, 4-15 -- 3, 4-12 -- 7, 13-06

107. Clifford Pirch -- Payson, Az -- 3, 4-01 -- 4, 4-03 -- 5, 4-14 -- 12, 13-02

108. Jason Austin -- Ione, Ca -- 3, 6-12 -- 4, 3-14 -- 2, 2-04 -- 9, 12-14

109. Shaun Bailey -- Lake Havasu City, Az -- 5, 7-02 -- 4, 5-06 -- 0, 0-00 -- 9, 12-08

110. Brian Walters -- Sultan, Wa -- 3, 5-00 -- 1, 1-06 -- 5, 6-02 -- 9, 12-08

111. Kevin Hawk -- Ramona, Ca -- 1, 2-04 -- 4, 4-04 -- 5, 5-15 -- 10, 12-07

112. Rickey Hamilton -- Beech Island, Sc -- 5, 5-09 -- 4, 4-11 -- 2, 2-02 -- 11, 12-06

113. Troy Kaylor -- Gooding, Id -- 5, 8-12 -- 1, 1-03 -- 2, 2-04 -- 8, 12-03

114. Keith Kitchen -- Bend, Or -- 3, 4-15 -- 5, 6-15 -- 0, 0-00 -- 8, 11-14

115. Peter Campbell -- Pasco, Wa -- 0, 0-00 -- 3, 5-09 -- 4, 5-06 -- 7, 10-15

116. Mike Oshea -- Livermore, Ca -- 4, 4-08 -- 1, 2-03 -- 3, 4-04 -- 8, 10-15

117. Gary Yexley -- Wilsonville, Or -- 5, 5-04 -- 4, 4-05 -- 0, 0-00 -- 9, 9-09

118. Peter Krause -- Sunnyside, Wa -- 2, 4-08 -- 0, 0-00 -- 3, 3-08 -- 5, 8-00

119. Ronald Hammett -- Alpine, Ca -- 2, 2-07 -- 2, 3-04 -- 2, 2-04 -- 6, 7-15

120. Rhett Fornof -- Park City, Ut -- 1, 2-11 -- 1, 1-05 -- 2, 2-11 -- 4, 6-11

121. Will Jefferies -- Bountiful, Ut -- 1, 1-02 -- 2, 2-12 -- 2, 2-05 -- 5, 6-03

122. Ken Mah -- Elk Grove, Ca -- 1, 2-14 -- 0, 0-00 -- 0, 0-00 -- 1, 2-14

Gabe Bolivar -- Ramona, Ca -- 0, 0-00 -- 0, 0-00 -- 0, 0-00 -- 0, 0-00

Big Bass

> Day 3 -- Cody Meyer -- Redding, Ca -- 6-10 -- $329
> Day 2 -- Rodney Rinta -- Chehalis, Wa -- 5-03 -- $329
> Day 1 -- Cameron Smith -- Dana Point, Ca -- 5-08 -- $329E