Red Drum Tournament Results

NCBBA’s 8th Annual Red Drum Tournament Final Results

There were 279 participants, in which 36 of these are also judges competing for over $8,500.00 in cash & prizes. We have 2, Junior Anglers (under 16), 26, Female Anglers, 3 of which are seniors (over 65) and 66 Senior Male Anglers. They represent 14 different states. Allan Maly from Dallas, TX traveled the longest distance.

Anglers began fishing at Midnight (12:01 A.M.)Thursday, October 19th. Fishing will continued until noon on Saturday, October 22nd. After 7 years of Frank & Fran’s hosting the tournament, this year the store changed ownership. Frank & Fran’s, Avon, NC new owners Stephanie & Randy Ryals and Heather & Tim James welcomed us back and hosted their first Red Drum Tournament.

The Final Results were:

Largest Red Drum Overall is Tom Goode of Amelia, VA with a 49.75 inch fish.

2nd Largest Red Drum Overall is David Griffith of Holly Springs, NC caught a 49.50 inch fish.

Largest Red Drum Day #1 is Brian Tarman of Stafford, VA with a 48.75 inch fish.

2nd Largest Red Drum Day #1 is Scott Allsbrook of Winterville, NC with a 48.25 inch fish.

Largest Red Drum Day #2 is Richard Kosa of Toms River, NJ with a 44.50 inch fish.

2nd Largest Red Drum Day #2 is Charles Durrer of Charlottesville, VA with a 44.50 inch fish.

Largest Red Drum Day #3 is Richard Kosa of Toms River, NJ with a 47.00 inch fish.

2nd Largest Red Drum Day #3 is Kyle Berry of Nags Head, NC with a 46.25 inch fish.

Most Red Drum is Anthony Wiest of Woodbridge, VA with 4. Stuart Davis of Woodbridge, VA also caught 4 fish, but Anthony Wiest caught his first fish on Day #1, while Stuart’s first fish was not caught until Day #2.

Largest Red Drum by a Female is McKenna Fulcher of Morehead City, NC with a 25.75 fish.

Largest Red Drum by a Senior is Jeanne Griffin of Moncure, NC with a 27.00 inch fish.

Largest Sea Mullet Overall (14 in. min.) is Joe White of Nags Head, NC with a 16.75 inch 1.86 lb. fish.

Largest Bluefish Overall (16 in. min.) is Ryan Jackle of Kernersville, NC with a 19.00 inch fish.