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A windy day on the lakes for bass anglers, 50 teams comprised of professional and amateurs competed in the the 14th annual Muransky Companies Bass Classic in Poland on Saturday.
Evans and Pine Lakes were the designated spots. Competitors had about eight hours to try and reel in a big one before heading back to shore for the weigh in.
Twenty-eight boats were launched on Evans Lake and 21 on Pine Lake.
Proceeds from the event will benefit the United Way of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley.
“We do the top places on both lakes, so we’ll be naming a first place winner on each lakes and we go down to eighth and ninth place,” said Tara Mady of the United Way.
The winner in the pro series was Mike Skripac of North Lima and his amateur partner was Keith Stadi, their bass weighed in at 17 pounds, 11 ounces on Evans Lake
Over on Pine Lake, Bill Byers of Columbus and his amateur partner, Scott Cremeans, weighed in with 13 pounds, four ounces.