Big Catches At Lake Alan Henry - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

4/20/2006

Big Catches At Lake Alan Henry

Tim Truelove Tim Truelove
Mike Trulove Mike Trulove
Jamie Bonner Jamie Bonner
Franco Vallegos Franco Vallegos

Attention anglers...if you're looking to catch the big one, Lake Alan Henry is apparently where you need to be.

Jamie Bonner of Amarillo caught a Largemouth Bass Tuesday. It weighed in at just under 13.5 pounds, and just under 26-inches in length. Last Friday, Colorado brothers Mike and Tim Trulove caught almost identical fish - while fishing from separate boats. Both were 14 pounds, and about 26-inches in length. Their fish came in, just one day after a catch from Franco Vallejos of Albuquerque. He landed this 13 pounder last Thursday, each will be entered into the Budweiser Share-Lunker program.

Right now, Lake Alan Henry appears poised to take honors for the most entries for the second year in a row.

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