The tourney used to be held at Conley Bottom Resort and Marina in Laurel County and raised cash for Trooper Island
LONDON, Ky. (WTVQ) – The Sixth Annual Trooper Jason VanHook Memorial Bass Tournament at Conley Bottom Resort and Marina in Laurel County used to be an enormous luck, elevating cash for Trooper Island, in keeping with Kentucky State Police Post 11 in London.
The annual match, in reminiscence of the past due Trooper, used to be held Saturday with 55 fishermen participating.
The match raised $3,130 for Trooper Island, which is a non-profit charitable operation advanced through Kentucky State Police the place Troopers and kids percentage a week-long revel in in a secluded nook of Dale Hollow Lake close to the Cumberland and Clinton County line.
The event paid 6 puts with the Big Fish winner being given a $200 buck Kentucky Outdoorsman Gift Card.
The first position winners had been Jordan Crabtree and Adam Simpson either one of Monticello, Ky. The general successful weight used to be 18.91 kilos. The first position prize paid $1,000.00 bucks.
The Kentucky State Police and the VanHook circle of relatives thanked all of the sponsors and everybody who got here out and fished.