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Updated: 10/16/2013 08:00:01AM

Fishing, fishing and more fishing

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Devyn Wynperle (left) helps Anthony Montoto carry the days catch. Anthony's daughters, Adelyn, 4 (foreground) and Audrey, 2 escort the fish to the weigh-in at Sunday's Camp Mack Open fishing competition in East Lake Wales.

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After anglers weigh-in, Nick Root releases the live fish into a tube with running water that carries them back into the lake with a splash.

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The youngest angler of the tournament was 9-year-old Plant City resident Trevor Larmier holding a 4.5 pound Bass he caught at Sunday's Camp Mack Open in East Lake Wales.

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Richard Anthony holds up the Big Bass of the day in his right hand weighing in at 11.35 pounds. The team of Richard Anthony and Scott Perry captured First Place with 6 fish weighing a total of 37.05 pounds to win a $912 cash prize for total weight and a Big Fish prize of $380 at Sunday's Camp Mack Open in East Lake Wales.

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Tournament MC Bob Eddy (left) presents Scott Perry and Richard Anthony with their First Place winnings at Saturday's Camp Mack Open Fishing Tournament. Scott and Richard presented 6 fish weighing a total of 37.05 pounds to win a $912 cash prize for total weight. They also claimed the Big Fish prize of $380 for a Bass they caught weighing 11.35 pounds.

By RON DENTON

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They were pleased with their catch. Camp Mack fishing tournaments continue with the following results: Big Bass 7.65 pounds, $165, second place goes to Julian Mullis and Ray Daniels of Tampa 28.1 pounds and 8.95 pounds Big Bass $300 and $160 respectively; third place goes to Ron Pitts and Chad Davis from Tampa, 26.4 pounds and win $160; 4th place is Jeremy Hobson and RJ Dubois Tampa with 27.05 pounds and win $60. From the Camp Mack one man: Brian Malys, Bartow, weighed 5 fish with a weight of 18.10 pounds, and won $475. His big fish was 5.35 pounds and he won $60. Second place goes to Bobby Corey of Lake Wales — he caught two fish weighing 8.2 pounds and won $60. Third place goes to Scott Perry of New Port Richey — five fish, at 15.20 pounds, he had a big fish that paid $65.

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