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Caudle and Landry win College Bass West Regional..

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Zach Caudle and Joe Landry of LSU-Shreveport did it again … they tipped the scales to win the College Bass West Super Regional for the second consecutive year.

 

It was the closest victory in College Bass history with only 6/100ths of a pound separating the number one and two teams. On day one, Caudle and Landry finished in 24th place after weighing in a mere 10.17 pounds. On day two, they brought in a 19.10-pound bag making their two-day total 29.27 pounds edging out Vaughn Humerickhouse and Jayme Bristow of Friends University, who held the top spot after day one. Humerickhouse and Bristow placed second with a two-day total of 29.21 pounds.

 

Texas A&M’s Tyler James and Matt Day claimed third place with a two day total of 28.74 pounds. Local favorites Mason Holmes and Michael Huss of the University of Texas-Tyler landed in fourth with 26.64 pounds and Tarleton State’s John Anderson and Brandon Foard rounded out the top five with 26.23 pounds. 

 

Top 10 results are below. Photos and interviews are available. Please visit www.CollegeBass.com for more information.

 

Fifty-one two-person teams representing 26 colleges and universities from across the western region, fished in a two-day cumulative weight format with a five-fish daily limit to tip the scales for more than $7,000 in scholarship monies at Lake Tyler in Tyler, Texas April 24-25.

 

Last year, 39 teams contended for the regional title on Lake Palestine with Zach Caudle and Joe Landry from Louisiana State University-Shreveport walking away with the inaugural win by more than four pounds over University of North Texas team Austin Hollowell and Brandon Dickenson.

 

Boat #    School                            Angler Angler                                     Day One  Day Two  Total1             LSU – Shreveport          Zach Caudle/Joe Landry                        10.17     19.10     29.27

2             Friends University         Vaughn Humerickhouse/Jayme Bristow  18.04     11.17     29.21

3             Texas A&M University   Tyler James/Matt Day                             14.89     13.85     28.74

4             University of Texas       Tyler Mason Holmes Michael Huss          15.85     10.79     26.64

5             Tarleton State              John Anderson/Brandon Foard               17.11       9.12     26.23

6             Texas A&M University   Kyle Bates/David Doonan                       13.68     12.32     26.00

7             Stephen F. Austin         Ryan Watkins/Blaze Platt                        12.73     12.87     25.60

8             Texas State University  Justin Holmes/Bryan Carethers               15.68       9.84    25.52

9             University of Oklahoma Chip Porche/Mark Johnson                     11.55     13.41    24.96

10           Oklahoma State            Bryce Bechtel/Cody Fuller                       10.06     13.22    23.28