With his team partner out of town and a tough pre-fish Larry Locatis won the 6th Havasu Region qualifier of the Weekend Warrior Bass Series presented by Anderson Toyota. Larry brought in a limit of fish weighing 18.46lbs to take home $1,600. His catch was anchored by the days second place big fish. A 4.43lb largemouth earning him an additional $100. Larry also took home the $50 from Anderson Toyota for having the WWBS/Anderson Toyota contingency sticker on his tow vehicle.
Second place went to the team of Roger Frei and Tom Graham from Parker, AZ. Roger and Tom brought in a limit weighing 16.98lbs to take home $1,100
Third place went to the team of Aaron Mansfield and Curtis Hensel. Aaron and Curtis brought in a limit weighing 16.34lbs to take home $780.
The days big fish and $200 went to the 4th place team of Tom Johnson and Mike Lefever.
The Pro-Tech Mats first out of the money went to the team of Craig McCoy and Al Robinson.
The SPRO pack for the smallest 5 fish limit went to the team of AJ Heeney and Brandon Moreno for a limit weighing 8.75lbs.
This circuit would not be made possible without our wonderful sponsors. Jason Anderson and Jared Lohrman at Anderson Toyota have been WWBS supporters from day 1 and continue to support the fishing industry. If your ever in the market for a new or used car or truck give Anderson Toyota a shot. Jet Renu has come on board this year as the official cleaning products for JML Outdoors. Watch our online store soon for the only bass boat pack available on the market. This packet is specifically put together for fisherman. SPRO is back for the 3rd year in a row giving away a tackle pack to the smallest five fish limit without any penalties. Randy and Darlene Ernst continue with the Pro-Tec Mats travelers award giving $100 to the highest finishing team not already in the money at our Havasu Region events. Andrew Napoleon and his crew with A&M Graphics did our new wrap design this year. If you are looking for advertising for your business a vehicle wrap is the way to go and no one does it better than A&M.
The next event for the Lake Havasu region is April 15, 2017. Early registration will take place at Anderson Toyota on Friday April 14, 2017 from 4:00pm to 6:00pm