2017 Points #3 Jackson Lake Results

DAY 1 DAY 2 TOTAL
Place Team # Angler Name Angler Name # Fish Total # Fish Total #Fish  Total
1 15 James Bennett Steve Binger 5 10.86 4 8.31 9 19.17
2 26 Brad Petersen Charlie Black 4 8.49 5 10.53 9 19.02
3 4 Shep Sheppard Brett Rye 4 7.64 5 11.34 9 18.98
3 22 Nick Haag Blake Haag 2 6.87 5 12.11 7 18.98
5 24 Dave Ruch  Mike Ralph 3 6.96 5 11.15 8 18.11
6 20 Mark Nierugge Rich Stebbins 2 5.13 5 12.45 7 17.58
7 7 Drew Anderson Doug Anderson 2 4.2 5 12.01 7 16.21
8 9 John Flaherty Lonnie Snyder 1 2.7 5 12.62 6 15.32
9 5 Ronnie L. Snyder Ronnie D. Snyder 1 2.61 5 12.51 6 15.12
10 2 Chad Lunde Luke Schultz 2 6.13 5 8.57 7 14.7
11 17 Brad Qualley Mitch Petersen 3 6.59 4 7.82 7 14.41
12 23 Dan Giordano Bob Giordano 3 6.06 4 8.16 7 14.22
13 19 Bill Ianiro Corey Jolley 1 1.24 5 11.28 6 12.52
14 1 Cary Weaver Gary Weaver 2 4 3 7.93 5 11.93
15 8 Neal Wilkinson Kelly Abernathy (M) 0 0 5 10.96 5 10.96
16 18 Brad Johnson Dillon Johnson 0 0 5 10.71 5 10.71
17 14 Jon Kaibel Charles Kellenhoffer 0 0 5 9.09 5 9.09
18 12 Aaron Raichel  Richard Raichel 1 1.93 3 6.41 4 8.34
19 16 Art Petz Connie Petz (M) 2 4.48 2 3.4 4 7.88
20 11 Boe Kampbell Scott Wilson 3 6.07 1 1.44 4 7.51
21 6 John Quarles Steve Shelton 1 2.55 2 3.78 3 6.33
22 3 Josh Johnson Skip Banks 0 0 3 6.18 3 6.18
23 21 Donald Broeren Sr Donald Broeren Jr. (Y) 0 0 2 4.41 2 4.41
24 13 Chris Fillinger Marcuse Chacon 0 0 2 4.33 2 4.33
25 10 David Johnson Ron Egan 0 0 2 3.98 2 3.98
26 25 Rodney Ruch Shane Ruch (Y) 0 0 1 2.11 2 2.11
                   
        42 94.51 98 213.59 140 308.1
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Jackson Reservoir is in the books and it was quite the show.  The lake is known for a lot of quality fish and a high catch rate but mother nature stepped in and she had her own plans. 

There were 26 teams that signed up for this tournament and many hadn't really spent a ton of time on this lake so pre-fishing was in the plans.  Well that's when things got screwed up. Mother nature decided that a late May snow storm two days before the kick off on Saturday was a good idea.  Across Colorado there were reports of areas getting over fourteen inches of snow on Thursday and those that didn't get snow got temperatures just above freezing and inches of rain through Friday evening.  Well Jackson reservoir didn't get much snow but it got the cold and a ton of rain.  Earlier in the week the pre-front water temperature was in the mid-sixties by the start of the tournament the lake had dropped in temperature by ten degrees.  

On day one teams got to the lake with and it was 34 degrees outside and damp.  The forecast was promising as it was supposed to get into the mid 40's by noon but with that the winds were supposed to pick up.  Boy did the wind pick up.  By noon the wind started to blow and by 130 there was a 32 mph wind out of the west that made boat control a thing of the past.  Teams battled through and there were some that could get a few fish to bite. By the end of the day there was a total of 42 fish brought to scales. Five of those 42 fish were brought in by one team as they were the only team that produced a full basket of keepers.  That team was James Bennett and Steve Binger. Their day's full bag of keepers was an impressive 10.86 lbs. 

 Day two proved to be a better day. The wind was calm and sun came out and temperatures hit the mid 60's.  The fish were now on their second day post front and started to get a bit more active. Most of the teams decided to pitch jigs shallow in less than five feet of water waiting for the fish to move back into their hunting grounds and boy did they.  The bite wasn't a typical Jackson reservoir bite but it was good enough that 13 teams now brought a full five fish basket to the scales.  On day two there were 98 fish weighed and over the two days’ anglers brought in a total of 308.10 lbs. The top team for day two was Lonnie Snyder and John Flaherty with a solid weight of 12.62 lbs and there were many teams right on their heels. The top mixed team ended up being Neil Wilkinson and Kelly Abernathy and the top youth team was Donald Broeren Sr and Donald Broeren Jr.  

 The top ten teams are as follows:

 1st   Bennett / Binger

2nd  Petersen / Black

3rd   Sheppard / Rye

3rd   Haag / Haag

5th   Ruch / Ralph

6th   Niebrugge / Stebbins

7th   Anderson / Anderson

8th   Flaherty / Snyder

9th   Snyder / Snyder

10th  Lunde / Schultz

 It was good to see everyone and the CWA would like to give a special thanks to Sandy and Brady for their help and a speedy recovery to Brady.  We would also like to thank everyone that helped with this tournament and the folks from Jackson Reservoir.  Everyone ended up having a great time and we look forward to heading back in the future.  The fourth tournament will be held in Sterling on June 10th and 11th so sign up now as this lake is reported to be on fire. Thanks again and we will see you on the water!

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