Bassmaster Elite Series: Mississippi River – Final Results

The final day of the Mississippi River event went off with anglers bringing in less weight than the previous days but this allowed for some movement in the final 12, though Todd Faircloth did hold his final position.

The primary techniques for this fishery seemed to be whatever you want to throw, for Aaron it was drop shot, for Dean it was a frog, for some it was crankbaits, others spinnerbaits. This event was one where it simply came down to getting infront of the fish, and those anglers that did that placed well. Check out the final 12.

Place Name

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Total Fish

Total Weight

Fish

Weight

Fish

Weight

Fish

Weight

Fish

Weight

1 Todd Faircloth

5

15.0

5

17.14

5

14.13

5

14.9

20

62.4

2 Cliff Pace

5

14.12

5

16.3

5

14.0

5

16.1

20

61.0

3 Terry Butcher

5

15.5

5

16.13

5

14.10

5

13.15

20

60.11

4 Jamie Horton

5

13.6

5

18.4

5

13.12

5

14.5

20

59.11

5 Aaron Martens

5

16.5

5

14.13

5

16.2

5

10.13

20

58.1

6 Terry Scroggins

5

14.15

5

13.12

5

15.2

5

13.14

20

57.11

7 Bill Lowen

5

13.14

5

14.1

5

14.10

5

15.1

20

57.10

8 Dean Rojas

5

14.12

5

15.3

5

15.8

5

12.0

20

57.7

9 Cliff Prince

5

13.10

5

16.8

5

14.9

5

10.5

20

55.0

10 Stephen Kennedy

5

13.13

5

15.2

5

12.13

5

12.15

20

54.11

11 Randy Howell

5

13.11

5

15.3

5

14.3

5

11.2

20

54.3

12 Rick Clunn

5

15.5

5

15.13

5

13.3

2

4.0

17

48.5

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