The Durham duo of Rick Clements (right) and Elton Clements caught five bass totaling 27.67 pounds July 15 on Falls Lake to win the first of eight qualifying tournaments on the PCB Cashion Fishing Rods “End of Year” Team Bass Fishing Trail. The winners took $1,020 for first place in the 48-team event and had $1,895 in total winnings. Teams weighed 167 fish, averaging 3.26 pounds each, organizer Phil McCarson reported. The tour continues July 29 on Jordan Lake; Aug 12, Falls; Aug. 26, Jordan; Sept. 9, Falls; Sept. 23, Kerr; Oct. 7, Shearon Harris; Oct. 21, Jordan. Go to http://piedmontbassclassics.com.
The Durham duo of Rick Clements (right) and Elton Clements caught five bass totaling 27.67 pounds July 15 on Falls Lake to win the first of eight qualifying tournaments on the PCB Cashion Fishing Rods “End of Year” Team Bass Fishing Trail. The winners took $1,020 for first place in the 48-team event and had $1,895 in total winnings. Teams weighed 167 fish, averaging 3.26 pounds each, organizer Phil McCarson reported. The tour continues July 29 on Jordan Lake; Aug 12, Falls; Aug. 26, Jordan; Sept. 9, Falls; Sept. 23, Kerr; Oct. 7, Shearon Harris; Oct. 21, Jordan. Go to http://piedmontbassclassics.com. PHOTO COURTESY OF PHIL MCCARSON
The Durham duo of Rick Clements (right) and Elton Clements caught five bass totaling 27.67 pounds July 15 on Falls Lake to win the first of eight qualifying tournaments on the PCB Cashion Fishing Rods “End of Year” Team Bass Fishing Trail. The winners took $1,020 for first place in the 48-team event and had $1,895 in total winnings. Teams weighed 167 fish, averaging 3.26 pounds each, organizer Phil McCarson reported. The tour continues July 29 on Jordan Lake; Aug 12, Falls; Aug. 26, Jordan; Sept. 9, Falls; Sept. 23, Kerr; Oct. 7, Shearon Harris; Oct. 21, Jordan. Go to http://piedmontbassclassics.com. PHOTO COURTESY OF PHIL MCCARSON

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