The Crossett Bass Club hosted its annual Youth Tournament recently.

The largest fish caught was 7.32 pounds, while the smallest was .4 ounces.

“We had a great year for the 47th annual Crossett Bass Club Youth Tournament,” a club spokesperson said. “We would like to thank all of our sponsors who contributed. Without their help the tournament would not have been possible.” 

The tournament had a total of 17 entries.

We are looking forward to a bigger crowd and more fun for next year,” the spokesperson said.

The winners of the tournament included:

Group ages 6 to 12 

-1st place and big bass, Ryder Rainwater with 4.89 pounds

-2nd place, Ethan Hill with 3.41 pounds

-3rd place, Brantley Pennington with 1.43 pounds

-4th place and also smallest stringer, Kullen Courtney with .40 oz

Group ages 13 to 17

-1st place, Waylon Jackson Jr with 7.32 pounds

-2nd place, Hayden Harrison with 6.80 pounds

-3rd place and big bass at 3.78 pounds, Evan Lee; total weight, 6.80 pounds

-4th place, Brady Carter with 3.71 pounds

-5th place, Lawson Guerrero with 1.91 pounds

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