2016 Captain Mel Classic Results

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Ladies:
Combined Inches
Holly Rufo 43.6
Redfish
Holly Rufo  27.1
Trout
1.  Holly Rufo   16.5
2.   Katrina McIntire   16.25
3.  Kim Deren    15.9
Junior
Trout
1.  Shawn Blanton  15.9 Inches
2. Samantha Horne  13.5 Inches
Fly
Combined Inches
1. Fred McClendon   42
Redfish
1. Andrew Buda   25.2
2.  Fred McClendon  24.25
Trout
1.   Fred McClendon   17.75
2.  Chuck Henkel   16.25
3.  Phil Still 14.6
Open
Combined Inches
1.  Hunter Koch   47.4 Inches
2.  Randy Koch   47 Inches
3.  Daniel Currey  39.1 Inches
Redfish
1.  Randy Koch  27 Inches
2.  Hunter Koch  26.9 Inches
3.  Anthony Rufo 25.3 Inches
Trout
1. Hunter Koch 20.5 Inches
2.  Randy Koch 20 Inches
3.  Randy Stigleman 19.4 Inches
No Motor
Combined Inches
1. Ryan Maccini  42.8 Inches
2.  Kasey Arrowsmith 42.1 Inches
3.   Rick Taylor 39 Inches
Redfish
1.  Kasey Arrowsmith 30 Inches
2.  Ryan Maccini 28.5 Inches
3.  Rick Taylor 23.7 Inches
Trout
1.  Xyrile Sagpao  18.1 Inches
2.  Andrew Robertson 17.5 Inches
3.  Kevin Ketchum 16.8 Inches
Bonus Species
Junior   Drew Maccini   12.3 inches  $40
Ladies   None
Fly   None
No Motor
1.  Eugene Foster 14.25 Inches $120
2.   Ben Kirkconnell  12.75 Inches
Open
1.   Brad Stigleman  14 Inches   $70
2.   Anthony Rufo   12.9 Inches
Overall Pool,
62 entries ($620 payout for first place finishers.  Prizes for second place)
Combined Inches
1.  Hunter Koch   47.4  Inches  $250
2.  Randy Koch   47 Inches
3.  Holly Rufo 43.6 Inches
4.  Ryan Maccini 42.8 Inches
Redfish
1.   Kasey Arrowsmith 30  Inches  $185
2.   Ryan Maccini   28.5 Inches
3.  Holly Rufo 27.1 Inches
4.  Randy Koch  27 Inches
Trout
1.   Hunter Koch  20.5   $185 Inches
2.   Randy Koch  20  Inches
3.  Randy Stigleman 19.4 Inches
4.  Joe Holler  18.75 Inches
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Neil Taylor
Full time kayak fishing guide, Neil was an advocate for conservation since before the time he started guiding. Outdoor writer, speaker and radio show host, Neil connected closely with Captain Mel Berman and did many positives with Mel to promote ethical angling. After Mel passed away, Neil managed www.capmel.com and eventually became that web site’s owner.