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Welcome to Five Alive Bassmasters

Current Club Leader
Rich McCrone
Points: 245
Fish Caught: 20
Weight: 48.34

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Hudanich Wins record breaking event on Candlewood
Written by Five Alive Administrator   
Sunday, 11 June 2017

Five Alive fished a club favorite Candlewood lake with a record turnout of 41 members! Weather was finally good for us! Fishing was a little tough but some of our guys always figure them out. Water temp 65-70 post spawn and bedding fish were caught. Congrats to the winner's! Next up Squan megabucks $$$

After 4 tournaments Rich Mccrone and Jess Brennan are full throttle  out ahead of the pack in the AOY RACE locked in a tie at 185 points. With jersey season opening up and a couple local favorite up next things could get interesting, See everyone at Manasquan
1st Rich Hudanich 5bass 13.28lbs $492
2nd Rich McCrone 5bass 12.86lbs $287
3rd Jesse Brennan 5bass 11.82lbs $164
4th Ed Tomosi 5bass 11.75lbs...
5th Joe Kraft 5bass 11.41lbs
6th Kevin Shannon 5bass 11.15lbs
7th Tommy Fariello 5bass 10.91lbs
8th Rob Gilmartin 5bass 10.57lbs
9th Bob Distelcamp 5bass 9.59lbs
10th Bruce Sax 5bass 9.57lbs
11th Al Palavanici 5bass 9.33lbs
12th Doug Verschelde 5bass 9.11lbs
13th DJ Fiore 3bass 9.01lbs lunker 5.13lbs $164
14th Tim Dafick 5bass 8.99lbs
15lbs Teddy Mcrone 5bass 8.92lbs
16th Rick Favire 4bass 8.63lbs
17th Dave Burket 4bass 6.44lbs
18th Gary Krieg 4bass 6.09lbs
19th Nick Lepone 3bass 5.92lbs
20th Dave Chamberlain 2bass 5.32lbs
21st Matt Shannon 2bass 5.24lbs
22nd Rich Schreider 2bass 5.09lbs
23rd Joe Belardo 2bass 4.77lbs
24th Andy Konca 2bass 4.56lbs
25th Bill Demaria 3bass 4.07lbs
26th Anthony Tortorelle 3bass 3.95lbs
27th Eric Tibok 2bass 3.49lbs
28th Edwin Cotto 2bass 2.78lbs
29th Mitch Konca 1bass 2.64lbs
30th George Swindasz 2bass 2.10lbs
31st Felix Vega 2bass 1.70lbs
32nd Christa Schreiner 1bass 1.57lbs
33rd Tony Markette 1bass 1 38lbs
34th Mike Gilmartin 1bass 1.29lbs

Shrader wins battle on Bay
Written by Five Alive Administrator   
Monday, 08 May 2017
Our third stop of the year was another true test of determination, As we were once again faced with brutally tough fishing conditions. The crazy weather kept a few from making the trek and 3 more were derailed in transit with the crazy storm that hit. Twenty six members made it down to Northeast Maryland to battle the wind and flood tide . Only  11 members were able to bring fish to the scales in the two days combined. Luke Schrader was able to outlast the field finding 4 Chunky Chesapeake Bay largemouth to take the win . His total was 12.62 lbs anchored by a 3.86lb day one lunker. Second place went to Jesse Brennan with 3 fish for 10.74 lbs. Third place honors went to Joe Kraft with 2 fish for 9.21lbs including a massive 5.68lb lunker.

Next up we head to club favorite Candlewood. Last year we broke the record with 35 people fishing the event and this year is shaping up to be even bigger!!!
Favire finds em on Assunpink
Written by Five Alive Administrator   
Sunday, 26 March 2017
Another tough break with the weather as 32 members battled it out on stingy Assunpink for tournament #2. Water temperature 43-46 brutal east wind all day and air temperature at 43. 10 of the 32 caught at least one fish and 22 blanks. Rick Favire lead the way with 2 fish for 6.54 lbs to take the win and climb up into the points race. Rich the always consistent Mccrone bagged two keepers for 5.41 to  take second place honors. Jesse Brennan took third  for the second straight year on Assunpink with a 5.21 lb stud that took Lunker honors as well.

Next week were back at Assunpink for a club Open
Next points event is the megabux on the northeast river

Fariello makes grand Return in Big Way
Written by Five Alive Administrator   
Sunday, 19 March 2017
Five Alive Kicked off its 2017 season  today on Mercer lake. Twenty Five members showed up to battle the frigid 37 degree water. Most of the field reported not getting a bite  and only 3 memebers were able to bring fish back to the Scales. Thomas Fariello  lead the way  in his first tourney back with the club  in a few years. Tom sacked 4 fish for 8.99lbs to grab the win. DJ Fiori fresh off a classic win started the year off  well  landing a 5.83lbsGiant that was good for Second and lunker and set the bar high for Lunker of the Year. Third Place went to Tim Dafick with 1 fish for 3.60lbs .

Only 3 guys weighed fish and they gain a big advantage in qualifying for our 2017 $5000 classic on Candlewood.

Were right back at it next week on Assunpink


Lepone wins Finale on River
Written by Five Alive Administrator   
Sunday, 16 October 2016
With alot on the line 18 boats came out to do battle in the season finale on the Deleware River. Nick Lepone Grinded out a 5 fish bag for 8.42 to take the win and show everyone hell be back in full force next year. Second went to Luke Schrader with 5 fish  for 8.12lbs and locked up his classic spot. Third place went to Joe Kraft with 5 fish for 8.07lbs  Joes finish moved him back ahead of Rich Mccrone for 3rd place AOY.  Big Congrats to Rich Hudanich for taking home Angler of the Year!!!

The Classic Field is set the top 12 will battle it out for $3625 in prizes in our zero entry fee Classic on Conowingo Dam

Rich Hudanich         
Tim Dafick                                 
Joe Kraft
Rich Mccrone
DJ Fiori
Gary Krieg
Jesse Brennan
Dave Burket
Luke Schrader
Mike Dellapasuti
Mike Mccurdy
Edwin Cotto


Pallavicinini battles the storm
Written by Five Alive Administrator   
Thursday, 13 October 2016
October 9th hurricane Mathew manasquan results. Half the guys wouldn't launch in the am the other half left early. Those who survived caught a bunch of fish! Congrats to Al P on his 3rd straight win!

Those that battled the elements shook up our top 12 standings with one event left before the classic Rich Hudanich is still clinging to a 17 pt lead in the AOY race

With one event left the standings are  * qualified for classic
Rich Hudanich 526*
Tim Dafick 509*
Joe Kraft 472
Rich Mccrone 478*
Gary Krieg 395*
DJ fiori 423*
Jesse Brennan 424*
Dave Burket 374*
Tony Marquette 334
Mike Delapasuti 321
Mike Mccurdy 313
Luke Schrader 312
Al Pallavicini 308
Edwin Cotto 296
Dominic Bolognese 294
Rob Gilmartin 293
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All-Time Club Leader
Rich McCrone
Points: 6964
Fish Caught: 518
Weight: 996.36

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