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Results are in from the latest Texas Fishing tournament, which emanated from Echo Lake on Sunday, July 12th.
According to Corey Eddins, founder of Texas fishing, Echo Lake had a great turnout today. Two-dozen anglers hit the water for an exciting morning of bass fishing.
Texas Fishing’s Echo Lake Tournament Results
Christopher Jones was the event’s big winner, bringing him both first-place honors and the event’s big bass.
Jones’ three-fish limit measured 49.5 inches — one of which was the 18 inch big bass. The total prize pool for the event was $360.
Second and third places went to brothers Chuy and Carlos Ramos, respectively.
Chuy’s 3-fish limit measured 40.25 inches, while Carlos hauled in 33.45 inches. They each took home packages including jigs and soft plastics.
Eddins told us that the morning was overcast with slight winds and a light drizzle. By midday, conditions included “blue-bird skies” with temperatures up to 101 degrees and no wind.
If you live around the Dallas-Fort Worth area, or just happen to enjoy cool fishing apparel and a fun community of like-minded anglers, be sure to check out Texas Fishing today!