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Here are some statistics from the 2013 season that you might find interesting:

  • We had 105 different anglers fish at least one tournament in 2013.
  • We had 14 anglers fish every regular season tournament in 2013.
  • The most fish weighed-in in one evening was 37 on June 25.
  • We had 11 evenings where 20 or more fish were weighed-in.
  • The most weight brought to the scales in one evening was 104.29 lbs on June 25.
  • We had 12 evenings break 50 lbs of total weight.
  • The most fish weighed-in in one evening for a team was 7 by Miles Johnson and Mike Toht on July 2 and July 30.
  • The most weight brought to the scales in one evening for a team was 20.28 lbs, by Miles Johnson and Mike Toht on July 2.
  • The largest bass weighed-in this year was 6.89 lbs, by Mike Toht and Brad Wall on September 29.
  • 471 total fish were weighed-in through the 24 regular season tournaments and the championship in 2013.
  • 1278 lbs of bass crossed the scales in 2013.
  • The average number of bass weighed-in per tournament in 2013 was 18.8.
  • The average weight brought in per tournament in 2013 was 51.12 lbs.
  • The average bass weighed-in this year was 2.71 lbs.


The 2013 season was equally as impressive as the 2012 season with the quality of bass improving quite a bit! On average, 19 fish were weighed-in at each tournament this year as compared to 20 fish last year. We had 11 tournaments this year with 20+ bass weighed-in as compared to 12 times last year. We had 15 tournaments this year with 40+ lbs of fish weighed-in as compared to 14 last year. And in one of those tournaments we had over 100 lbs of fish weighed-in.

Below is a graph showing the total number of fish weighed-in and the total weight for each tournament in 2013. The total number of fish weighed-in is plotted as the blue bars and relate to the scale on the left. The total weight is plotted as the blue line and relates to the scale on the right.