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DCHS Anglers Finish Fourth in Season Opener

By EDDY GIFFORD
Sports Writer

Contributed photo – The Dade County team of Jake Harris, left, and River McBryar placed fourth in the Northwest Georgia High School Anglers Association’s first tournament of the year recently on Lake Lanier. The two anglers had a total of 12.80 pounds and Harris won big fish for the tournament with a 4.35-pound spotted bass.

The Northwest Georgia High School Anglers Association held its first tournament of the year on Jan. 27 and Dade County had three teams participating.

The tournament was postponed a week due to the extreme freezing weather, but it was still chilly and extremely wet as the teams fished most of the day in the rain. The tournament was held at Lake Lanier, and by the end of the day, the anglers were as wet as the fish!

Dade County has three first-time anglers, and three teams participated in the tournament with all three teams weighing fish in.

The team of River McBryar and Jake Harris finished in fourth place with a total of 12.80 pounds. Harris also won big fish for the tournament with a 4.35-pound spotted bass.

The team of Tommy Lambert and Warren Allen finished 23 with a total of 4.07 pounds, and the team of Carter Ryan and Grey Dean finished 24 with a total of 4.07 pounds.

A total of 60 teams participated in the tournament.

Congratulations to the Dade County teams on a good start to the season.

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