Texas Team Trail Championship Results From October 23




Michael Johnson and Byron Albrecht teamed up to take first place in Texas Team Trail held over the weekend of October 23-24, 2021 with a total bag weight of 41.32 on the weekend, and an 8.64 pound lunker.

Here are the top ten winners from the tournament:

Team

Number of Fish

Big Bass

Total Weight

Michael Johnson & Byron Albrecht

10/10

8.64

41.32

Russell Lee & Garret Whitley

10/10

6.72

36.09

Brett Stafford & Shane Moore

10/10

7.85

35.28

Eric Washburn & Zane Washburn

10/10

6.89

32.11

Seth Furmanek & Robert Kettner

10/10

8.21

31.75

Jordan Grimm & Jud Harris

9/9

 

28.73

Lee Batson & John Fleming

10/10

 

28.26

Brannon Mire & Ben Matsubu

10/10

 

27.67

Paul Stokes & John Guerra

10/10

 

27.07

Garrett Dokter & Courtney Hobgood

9/9

 

26.16




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