Live Blog: February 23 – Tournament Day

Sunday, February 23 – 2:00 PM

The first flight of boats is due in at 2:15 PM.  We are going to shut down the blog at this time.  Keep an eye on the website and social media channels for weigh-in coverage!

Sunday, February 23 – 1:20 PM

Trey Schroeder from second place McKendree University is all smiles with this big fish boxed up.

Sunday, February 23 – 1:15 PM

Rob Lucas from the University of Oklahoma has this fish in the box.

Sunday, February 23 – 12:55 PM

Reagan Nelson from Tarleton State is the current leader with this fish weighing just over 6 lbs.

Sunday, February 23 – 12:25 PM

Samuel Kramer from the University of Central Oklahoma landed this fish just a minute ago.

Sunday, February 23 – 11:40 AM

One of the boats for Adrian College has a small keeper in the well, and one of the Montevallo teams has a decent one for 3.5 lbs.

Sunday, February 23 – 10:45 AM

Murray State enters this week in fourth place for Bass Pro Shops School of the Year presented by Abu Garcia.  They have caught several smaller fish so far today. I would estimate this fish to be about two pounds.

Sunday, February 23 – 9:35 AM

The 3rd place team in Bass Pro Shops School of the Year presented by Abu Garcia, University of Montevallo, landed this keeper.  Fish catching is slow this morning, and we have no reports of any fish over three pounds.  But this is Sam Rayburn Reservoir and that can change with one simple cast.

Sunday, February 23 – 7:30 AM

The full field is now out on Sam Rayburn Reservoir!  Once we start receiving updates from our camera crews, we will promptly provide updates.

Sunday, February 23 – 6:15 AM

Good morning!  Today is tournament day for the 2020 Texas Lunker Challenge presented by Mossy Oak Fishing.  Anglers are currently launching their boats here at the park in preparation for the 7:00 AM take-off.  Stay tuned to the live blog for updates from out on the water as the day progresses.

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