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The first Chester County Bass Masters open of the season on March 29 found a heavy overcast sky, light fog and air temps in the mid 40's at Anchor Marine.
Forecasts of heavy rain and a Flood Watch for the Upper Bay region kept a lot of boats at home, but 15 teams showed up after a harsh winter looking for some tidal bass that were still hibernating with water temps in the 40 / 41 degree range.
Light rain started just after launch and proceeded to turn into an all day cold rain with winds picking up around noon to 15+ making it a challenge to find cooperative fish.
The bass were scattered with only 3 limits brought to the scales for the 2:30 weigh in.

First place cash went to the team of Mike Sentore and Brian Stockl bringing in a healthy but cold 5 fish limit of 21.04 pounds anchored with a 5.09 big fish.



Second place prize money went to the team of Steve Weimar and Sam Montalto who also brought in a 5 fish limit weighing in at 17.29 pounds and the tournament lunker cash with a beautiful 5.58 upper bay largemouth.



Third place cash went to the team of Mike Piccolo and Paul Steiner bringing in the last 5 fish limit weighing in at 11.99 pounds.



Thanks to all who fished in the weather, our next open will be on Saturday May 31 out of Anchor Marine.
http://chestercountybassmasters.weebly.com/open-tournaments-and-results.html

CCBM Open March 29 results :

1 - Sentore / Stockl - 5 fish - 21.04 Lbs. Big fish - 5.09 Lbs.
2 - Weimer - Montalto - 5 fish - 17.29 Lbs. - Lunker - 5.58 Lbs.
3 - Piccolo / Steiner - 5 fish - 11.99 Lbs.
4- McCulloch / Weichman 2 fish - 7.51 Lbs. - Big fish - 5.17 Lbs.
5 - Geerlof / Horne - 2 fish - 7.48 Lbs.
6 - Brown / Brown - 2 fish - 6.91 Lbs
7 - Petrisco / Osborne - 1 fish - 4.64 Lbs.
8 - Valdez / Davis - DNW
8 - Cowan / Cowan - DNW
8 - Staib / Staib - DNW
8 - White / Kappenstein - DNW
8 - Serduk / Serduk - DNW
8 - Ciarletta / Amilani - DNW
8 - Reese - Biondi - DNW
8 - Croce - Pitcherello - DNW
 

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With conditions like that down there you either got it or you don't. Wonder what they used to bag those limits... Jigs prob but who knows.
 
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