|Jim Gildea/Warren Burrell||12.73||198||200||398||1st|
|Ray Lentine/Marsha Geller||8.35||196||197||393||2nd|
|Aaron Douyard/George Barnes||13.13*||200||192||392||3rd|
|Randy Phillip/Tevor Phillipp||11.25||197||193||390||4th|
|Matty Klinker/Dusty Chaulk||5.59||191||195||386||5th|
|Craig Nealley/Max Woodward||7.62||194||191||385||6th|
|Gerald Santos/Joel Latorre||7.70||195||100||295||7th|
|Jim Moorey/Tyler Moorey||6.93||193||193||9th|
|Ron Coporale/Paul Grzyb||6.31||192||192||10th|
|*Tiebreaker – Big Fish|
Points for Teams that fished one Tournaments Notes: Webster, like other lakes in Central Massachusetts, has been in and out of spawn for the past 15+ days. Very few smallmouth were caught, but beds were everywhere. Most of the largemouth beds had small males. Water Temp 59 in the morning and went up to 62. The wind blew, as it has for most of this spring.
WICKABOAG: June 21st. Ray Lentine has only talked with one person that has been on the lake. He said it will take a 20 lb bag to win. It butts up against Rte 9. Turn at the West Brookfiled Police Station which is in the center of town. The lake has a rock pile, but it has a buoy on it.