Lakengren holds open bass tournament


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Pictured at Lakengren’s Open Bass Tournament are Butch Steele of Englewood and Brad Edwards of Huber Heights.

Pictured at Lakengren’s Open Bass Tournament are Butch Steele of Englewood and Brad Edwards of Huber Heights.


Pictured at Lakengren’s Open Bass Tournament are first place winners Kevin Caplinger and Luke Haynes of Eaton.


Pictured at Lakengren’s Open Bass Tournament are Butch Steele of Englewood and Brad Edwards of Huber Heights.


EATON — On Sunday, July 17, Lake Lakengren hosted its first open bass tournament of 2022.

Several teams competed for the top prize of $1,000. A portion of the proceeds from the tournament help stock the lake throughout the year. The rainy weather didn’t hinder the results and participants were pleased, according to organizers. Overall prize went to Kevin Caplinger and Luke Haynes of Eaton.

Pictured at Lakengren’s Open Bass Tournament are Butch Steele of Englewood and Brad Edwards of Huber Heights.
https://www.registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2022/08/web1_lakengren_edwards.jpgPictured at Lakengren’s Open Bass Tournament are Butch Steele of Englewood and Brad Edwards of Huber Heights.

Pictured at Lakengren’s Open Bass Tournament are first place winners Kevin Caplinger and Luke Haynes of Eaton.
https://www.registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2022/08/web1_lakengren_haynes_caplinger.jpgPictured at Lakengren’s Open Bass Tournament are first place winners Kevin Caplinger and Luke Haynes of Eaton.

Pictured at Lakengren’s Open Bass Tournament are Butch Steele of Englewood and Brad Edwards of Huber Heights.
https://www.registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2022/08/web1_lakengren_steele.jpgPictured at Lakengren’s Open Bass Tournament are Butch Steele of Englewood and Brad Edwards of Huber Heights.

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