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Capt Mark Shepard to fish B.A.S.S. 150 Tournaments

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Captain Mark Shepard - Fishing Guide

Captain Mark Shepard - Fishing Guide

MARK SHEPARD

 

Hometown: LABELLE, FL

Birthdate: 05-29-1970

Family: SINGLE

Hobbies: FISHING

 

Classic Titles:
0
Times in the Classic: 0

Times in the Money:
6

Total Entries:
11

Total Weight: 215 lbs 9 ozs

Career
Winnings: $28,050.00
Avg. Per Tournament: $2,550.00

Cash Winnings: $13,050.00

Merchandise Bonus: $15,000.00

Cash Bonus: $0.00

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2nd place

3rd Place

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1

 

Top 10 Finishes

Top 20 Finishes

Top 50 Finishes


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6

 

Hawg Hunter Guides Top Angles in Everglades

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Guides – Kersey, Burton & Masiello get top five in King of the Everglades fishing Tournament.

07.May.2006

Ft Lauderdale, Fla. — Team Skeeter members Todd Kersey and Rick Burton team up to take 3th place in Sundays tournament at Everglades Holiday Park with just over
26.lbs for five fish.

The team was flipping in the L67 canal using black & blue Berkley power craws. Fellow guide Tom Masiello tied for fifth using a Super spook and a Berkley 10″ junebug power worm. Most of his fish were caught near the basin and near the four corners.

With just under 70 boats this was a great showing for our guides and now we await the King of the Glades championship, location to be given the day before. The event is scheduled for June 4th.

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Big Bass Hiding in the Glades

 

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BURTON ANDERSON WIN

SAFER FISHING TOURNAMENT IN FLORIDA EVERGLADES

Big bass hide at ‘Glades
By Steve Waters
South Florida Sun-Sentinel Posted May 2 2006

Lots of small bass have been biting in Everglade canals, but there are enough big bass out there to make things interesting. On a day when most of the 115-boat field caught limits of fish 2-3 pounds, Rick Burton and Jim Anderson caught five bass weighing 26.36 pounds to win the fifth annual “Save Our Canals” bass tournament Sunday held by the South Florida Anglers For Everglades Restoration out of Everglades Holiday Park.

“We jumped from spot to spot. We were just looking for whatever looked good and looked fishy.”

They ended up culling their original limit and finished with a 4-pounder, two 5-pounders and two fish over 6 pounds, including a 6.24-pounder. They won $1,380.

Alex Picos and Rene Gonzalez had the biggest payday. They won $920 for finishing second at 24.89 and $690 for catching the biggest bass at 7.37 for a total of $1,610.

Bryan Windle and Vince Owen won $575 for third at 22.73, followed by Mike Ryan and Bruce Austin at 20.47 ($460) and Jon Farmer and Ed Knorr at 19.92 ($379.50).

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