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Weko wins BassMasters tournament at Raystown

The Tyrone BassMasters held their seventh tournament of the year on Friday, Aug. 24 and Saturday, Aug. 25 at Raystown Lake.
Fishing was tough again with just eight of 14 anglers bringing fish to the scales for weighing in.
Metz Weko of Water Street, took top honors with just three fish, tipping the scales at 6.39 pounds. Weko also caught the Tournament Lunker with a 2.73 smallmouth bass.
Norm Nagl of Altoona, weighed a five-fish limit of 6.38, just one one-hundredth of a pound less than Weko. Nagl’s largest fish weighed 2.68 pounds.
Club leader Randy Rawlings of Mill Creek, hit the scale with a five-fish limit weighing 6.37 pounds, but was penalized 0.13 pounds for a dead fish, leaving him with an adjusted total of 6.24 pounds. He still captured third place inthe tournament.
Fourth place was taken by Rick Bradford ofBald Eagle, with two fish weighing in at 2.33 pounds.
The next event for the Tyrone BassMasters will be held today, Sept. 8, at Raystown Lake with a 6 a.m. shove off.
The club will also participate inthe Tyrone Sportsmens Field Day on Sunday, Sept. 16. A casting contest for kids ages 11 and under will be held and prizes awarded in three age groups: boys and girls 9-10-11, Boys and girls 7-8 and Boys and girls 6 and under. The contest will take place around 2 p.m.