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Panama duo wins FFA Fishing Tournament Monday afternoon

February 20, 2013

HOG WILD FISHERMEN — Panama High School students, Trace Brooks, far left, and Nacona Steelman, second from left, pose with their 32-pound stringer of fish, with the help of Eric Fairless, second from right, and Chuck Restine, which took the top spot in Monday afternoon's Panama High School Future Farmers of America (FFA) Tournament. Participants could go anywhere they wished to fish. Photo by Taylor Eaves

Trace Brooks and Nacona Steelman won Monday afternoon's Panama High School Future Farmers of America (FFA) Fishing Tournament. The Razorbacks duo hauled in 32 pounds of fish.
Tournament competitors could fish anywhere in LeFlore County.
Dillan Fout and Chase Hatcher caught the biggest crappie, weighing 2.4 pounds.
Justin Burks not only had the honor of catching the biggest bass (weighing 5.3 pounds), he also caught in the biggest perch (11 ounces).
Jacob Caldwell and Bradley Harris caught the biggest catfish, weighing seven pounds.

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