Travis Nachman, 13, secured first place Grand Slam by catching the largest of the species by inches total and live releasing the three fish in the 13th annual Scot Brantley fishing tournament, held at Gators on the Pass in Treasure Island. With Capt. Kevin Walton, he caught a 35-inch snook, 201/2-inch redfish and 191/2-inch trout Saturday.
Other winners: Troy Nevitt, 36-inch snook; Mike Sullivan, 31-inch redfish; Gary Zellner, 21-inch trout and Lisa Bixler, first overall in the women's division with 72.5 inches in a Grand Slam. A Grand Slam consists of a trout, snook and redfish. All fish were measured, photographed and live released.
Other contestants included Bucs coach Jon Gruden, his sons Duce and Michael and defensive coordinator Monte Kiffen. There were 60 entries.
- To report tournament information, contact Capt. Larry Blue, 727 397-3773 or e-mail CaptLBlue@aol.com To find out how to get your tournament results in the paper, call (727) 893-8123.