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California pro Charlie Weyer was the only competior to break 30 pounds on day one. Photo by David A. Brown. Angler: Charlie Weyer.
California pro leads EverStart Western Division event
May 5, 2011 • MLF • Press Releases

STOCKTON, Calif. (May 5, 2011) – Charlie Weyer of West Hills, Calif., weighed a five-bass limit totaling 32 pounds, 9 ounces Thursday to lead day one of the EverStart Series Western Division event on the California Delta. Weyer holds a 4-pound, 8-ounce lead going into the second day of competition. The weigh-in Friday will be at Weber Point Event Center located at 1025 West Weber Ave. in Stockton and start at 2:30 p.m. The final weigh-in on Saturday will be at Weber Point Event Center and start at 3 p.m.

Rounding out the top 25 pros are:

2nd: Benjamin Byrd, Moab, Utah, five bass, 28-1

3rd: Sean Stafford, Fairfield, Calif., five bass, 27-7

4th: Stephen Tosh Jr., Modesto, Calif., five bass, 27-4

5th: Clifford Pirch, Payson, Ariz., five bass, 26-8

6th: Ken Mah, Elk Grove, Calif., five bass, 25-4

7th: Vu Au, Tucson, Ariz., five bass, 23-8

8th: Michael Tuck, Granite Bay, Calif., five bass, 23-6

9th: Sean Minderman, Spokane, Wash., five bass, 22-14

10th: Steve Geffs, Antelope, Calif., five bass, 21-15

11th: Robert Lee, Angels Camp, Calif., five bass, 21-2

12th: Zack Thompson, Alameda, Calif., five bass, 20-12

13th: Mitch Southern, Yucaipa, Calif., five bass, 20-9

14th: Young Yang, Los Angeles, Calif., five bass, 20-3

15th: Ron Colby, Page, Ariz., five bass, 20-1

16th: Joe Uribe Jr., Lake Forest, Calif., five bass, 19-14

17th: Aaron Cole, Salida, Calif., five bass, 19-12

Tony Lain, Sun City, Calif., five bass, 19-12

19th: Chris Bond, Oak Hills, Calif., five bass, 19-8

Richard Dobyns, Yuba City, Calif., five bass, 19-8

21st: Kurt Walters, Grand Junction, Colo., five bass, 19-4

22nd: Jim Moulton, Merced, Calif., five bass, 19-2

23rd: Keith Kitchen, Bend, Ore., five bass, 18-13

24th: Beau Palley, El Dorado Hills, Calif., five bass, 18-11

25th: Ricky Shabazz, Rialto, Calif., five bass, 18-2

Weyer caught the EverStart Series Big Bass weighing 10-10 on the pro side to win $254.

Kyle Baker of Lancaster, Calif., and Mike Chen of Stockton, Calif., lead the Co-angler Division with both catching five bass weighing 16-13.

Rounding out the top 25 co-anglers are:

3rd: Jared Frantzich, Sacramento, Calif., five bass, 16-11

4th: Trevor Young, Fontana, Calif., five bass, 15-13

5th: Phil Risnes, Hartford, S.D., five bass, 15-10

6th: Lester Albury, Temecula, Calif., five bass, 14-8

7th: Chris Hughes, Orangevale, Calif., five bass, 14-3

8th: Toshiyuki Tanokura, Tokyo, Japan, five bass, 14-1

9th: Greig Sniffen, Saratoga, Calif., five bass, 13-12

10th: Matthew Nadeau, Grass Valley, Calif., five bass, 13-10

11th: Hideki Maeda, five bass, 13-9

12th: Steven Cook, Phoenix, Ariz., five bass, 12-10

13th: Carl Limbrick Jr., San Diego, Calif., five bass, 12-8

14th: Steven Latino, Hemet, Calif., five bass, 12-6

15th: Adam Cartwright, Citrus Heights, Calif., five bass, 12-3

Willie Church, Cottonwood, Calif., five bass, 12-3

17th: Bruce McCune, Anderson, Calif., five bass, 11-12

18th: Tom Elliott, Downey, Calif., five bass, 11-3

19th: Toshitada Suzuki, Katusikaku, Japan, five bass, 11-2

20th: Scott Hamman, Sacramento, Calif., five bass, 11-0

21st: Keith Adams, Redding, Calif., five bass, 10-12

22nd: Aaron Seay, San Diego, Calif., five bass, 10-2

23rd: O’Neal Martin, Roseville, Calif., five bass, 9-12

Bryant Smith, Castro Valley, Calif., five bass, 9-12

25th: Michael “Chip” Gilbert, San Marcos, Calif., five bass, 9-11

Rodney Scott, Newhall, Calif., five bass, 9-11

Jimmy Zanotelli, Redding, Calif., five bass, 9-11

Cook caught the EverStart Series Big Bass weighing 6-12 on the co-angler side to win $169.

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