Pend Oreille

Montana completed its TBF qualifiers last weekend and the resulting Ranger Federation Bonus Program was also determined.  The winner with the most accumulated points was Steve Roth.  Steve is also the high point leader overall and will be Team Captain of the Montana TBF Team at the Semi-Final to be held on Noxon Reservoir this September.



Mike and Josh McCracken Noxon Buddy Series Day 2 winners

Mike and Josh McCracken Big Bag and Big Fish winners on day 2 with a weight of 21.85 lbs. and Big Fish of 5.79 lbs.

Lee Lambrecht, on the right, finished 2nd on day 2 with a total weight of 17.64 lbs.  Lee is a college competitor fishing for Drury University- Springfield, MO.

On the left holding his big fish is John Klein, little brother of Gary Klein, Co-Founder of MLF.  John’s fish was 2nd biggest fish of the day at 4.91 lbs.

Moua and Andrachick win at Noxon

Yang Moua placed 1st on day one with a weight of 19.36 lbs. Yang is holding his two largest bass, the Large Mouth weighed 5.21 lbs. and the Small Mouth weighed 5.20 lbs.

2nd on day 1 went to Joel Leiser with a total weight of 16.08.  Joel is holding the Big Fish of the tournament at 5.56 lbs.

1st Place on day 2 at Noxon went to Sean Andrachick with a total weight of 14.75 lbs.

Jon Kayser had the big bass of the day at 4.52 lbs.

Tswj Moua finished 1st Co-Angler on day 2 with a weight total of 12.29 lbs. and also had the big fish for co-anglers at 3.99 lbs.


Jore and Ployhar takes the win at Flat River with 19lbs 3 ozs!

These are the winners from the Saturday, May 8th event on the Flathead River North of Flathead Lake.  This was a cold rainy event at times it felt like it might start snowing but one good thing, the fish kept biting!

The team of Ben Jore (upper picture) and Levi Ployhar (lower picture) are known as the “River Rats” had a weight total of 19 lbs. 3 oz. to win the event, not bad for 1 day in Montana!!

The team of Randy Siemens and Chris Campbell finished in 2nd place with 18 lbs. 8 oz.

They also caught the Big Bass of the tournament at 6 lb. 7 oz.

Full results are on the results page.