Roosevelt High anglers win open tournament

Fishing report for week of Nov. 27-Dec. 3: Storm will mix things up in Central California

While smaller fish and a slow bite was the norm for most of the 15-team field at the California Student Angler Tournament Trail Big Valley Millerton Open for the high school teams who competed Sunday, that wasn’t the case for Roosevelt High School Bass Fishing Club president Keith Yang and partner Chee Moua Vang who, with volunteer boat captain Pierre Mathews driving them around, came in with a 10-pound five-fish limit to finish first. Mathews said the boys stuck to the plan, which was to go out, “first thing in the morning with Pro Worms plastics fishing rocky structure from 5-25 feet, then drag jigs and Ned rigs in 25-40 feet in the afternoon.” Those decisions worked out for the team that started the day atop the Big Valley Angler of the Year race and finished the day with an even bigger lead. Next up for high school teams is Pine Flat on Dec. 8. Call Mike Spencer 559-261-5296 for more details. MIKE SPENCER SPECIAL TO THE BEE…Full Story and Photos