In the Champions Tour Blog we will be sharing detailed information from the water throughout the tournament, including photo and video updates and more!
The afternoon session was as good as it gets on the Champions Tour in terms of drama. John Figi pulls out the win by just 8oz!
Moynagh momentarily snatched the lead from John Figi. Both anglers are jostling back and forth for the top spot. The final hour is going to be intense!
Under 2 hours remain in today’s action. Figi, Moynagh, Felix, Peters and O’Connor round out the top 5 unofficially. Plenty more action to come!
The afternoon is being stingy for most anglers. There hasn’t been many changes to the top 10 but there are a couple anglers inching closer to Figi and Moynagh. Champions Tour Vet, Austin Felix is one of them.
John Figi has just gone over the 90 pound mark and we’re still in the first half of the day. John is lighting up largemouth on a deep weedline. He’s avoiding the smallmouth draw that so many anglers pursued this morning and it’s paying off
Early leader is Jim Moynagh who is on pace to break the all-time Champions Tour weight record. Stay tuned to see if Jim can keep catching
Connor O’Connor currently sits in 3rd with 14 bass for 31-4oz. All of his fish are of the brown variety
Smallmouth are dominating early in the tournament. Boats are clumped together and lighting up the scoreboard. Here’s 2018 Champions Tour AOY Matt Peters hooking up
The start of the 2019 Champions Tour season is moments away. Anglers are set to blast off on Le Homme Dieu from Mount Carmel
The Site… This year’s Champions Tour Le Homme Dieu event will be blasting off out of Mount Carmel Family Camp and Conference Center, located on Lake Carlos. The lake will be split for morning and afternoon sessions but at one point or another anglers will be able to fish Le Homme Dieu, Carlos, Geneva and the Darlings