I am doing this from memory so don't hold me to the weights:
First place big bass was 5.4ish
Second place was 4.8ish
Third was 4.47
I think in every hourly weight in it took at least a 3lb fish to cut a check.
Overall it was very slow. I caught the 4.47 in the back of a boat slip on a senko (big surprise). We went literally hours between bites and only had one keeper all day. Beat up just about every spot I know to fish North of 360 to Fat Farm.
We too fished from above the bluffs down to Ski Shores. I caught my only keeper at 8:45 and held it until the 1:00 weighin. Caught her in a couple ft of water next to a dock with sporadic grass on a TX rigged Sweet Beaver in Oxblood color. Had 2 other small ones on white spinner bait. My batteries were drained at the end of the day.
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