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LAKE EUFAULA (April 18, 1999)
OKLAHOMA ANGLER WINS OKIE DIVISION TOURNAMENT ON LAKE EUFAULA
Degraffenreid fished south of Canadian River, using a white/chartreuse pinnerbait around rocks to catch his fish. Jeff Ransom of Muldrow, Oklahoma, used crankbaits in the mid-lake section to land five bass weighing 16 pounds, 5 ounces. He fished windy points in 4-6 feet of water.
Rounding out the top positions were: (3) Jamie Haines, Tulsa, OK, five bass, 15-11, $1390; (4) Tim Skelton, Spire, OK, five bass, 14-8, $890; (5) Kelly Jones, Oklahoma City, OK, five bass, 14-3, $844; (6) Nelson Scherrer, Festus, MO, five bass, 13-13, $781; (7) Ron Shaw, Moore, OK, five bass, 13-9, $657; (8 tie) Chuck Campbell, Okmulgee, OK, five bass, 13-8, $516; (8 tie) Kirk Washburn, Harrah, OK, five bass, 13-8, $516; (10) Johnny Tehee, Muskogee, OK, four bass, 13-6, $388.
Russ Morrow of Catoosa, Oklahoma, won the Abu Garcia Big Bass Award of $1,000 for an 8 pound bass.
Wayne Remington of Lincoln, Nebraska, is leading the division's Ranger Millennium big bass race with a 6 pound, 4 ounce bass. The original Ranger boat owner who catches the largest bass in eacss race with a 6 pound, 4 ounce bass. The original Ranger boat owner who catches the largest bass in eacer boat owner who catches the largest bass in each Red Man division over the course of the season, will qualify to enter the Ranger M1 Millenium tournament. Shannon King of McAlester, OK, won the Berkley Powerbait Award a prize package worth $325 — for the highest weight caught on Powerbait or Frenzy lures.