Al Haughey claimed first-place honors during both days of the Uvalde Bass Club’s May fishing tournament.
In action at Choke Canyon Reservoir, Haughey finished first on Saturday with his three fish at a total weight of 10.73 pounds, and he placed first on Sunday with three fish at a total weight of 10.26 pounds.
Haughey’s Sunday catch was penalized .25 of a pound because one was dead.
On Sunday, Haughey caught the big bass of the day, a 5.07-pounder.
Gary McNiel, who finished in second place on Saturday, caught the big bass of the day, a 5.55-pounder.
McNiel’s three fish totaled 9.07 pounds.
In action Saturday, Cody Johnson finished in third place and France D’Spain placed fourth.
Johnson’s three fish weighed in at 8.95 pounds, while D’Spain’s three fish weighed 8.22 pounds.
Howard Ponish won runner-up honors on Sunday. His three fish weighed a total of 10 pounds even.
James Best placed third Sunday, while Pete Arredondo took fourth place.
Best’s three fish totaled 9.06 pounds and Arredondo’s three fish weighed a total of 8.09 pounds.
The tournament last weekend was the first event for the bass club since March.
The April tourney was canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Next tournament action for the UBC will be June 13-14 at Falcon Lake.
Anyone who would like to join the bass club may contact Mark Leinweber at 830-591-3931.
Other upcoming UBC tournaments dates and sites include July 11-12, Amistad Lake; Aug. 8-9, Amistad Lake; and Sept. 12-13, Lake Ivy.