IFA Redfish Tour

LAFITTE — Top 10 finishers from the Cabela’s IFA Redfish Tour event with anglers, hometowns when available, the weights of their two-redfish catch and prize winnings:

1, Jacob Leininger-Jeff Rogers, Slidell, 18.21 pounds, $25,995, $2,597 contingency awards. 2, Chad Dufrene, Purvis, Mississippi-Barnie White, Brewton, Alabama, 17.82, $3,302, $1,294 contingency awards. 3, Chris Kennedy, Metairie-Chris Cenci, Jacksonville, Florida, 17.39, $3,211. 4, Jimmy Matherne-Hal Robichaux, 16.63. 5, Shawn Vallandingham-Mark Sepe, 16.6.

6, Beau Weber-Sean Thornton, 16.4. 7, Heath Lavin-Alan Chace, 16.34. 8, Nash Roberts-Luke Landry, 16.24. 9, Bo Sullivan-Bobby Sullivan, 16.17. 10, Manny Perez-Jared Nixon, 16.06.

Big Fish: Dufrene-White, 10.05 pounds, $750.

IFA Kayak Fishing Tour

LAFITTE — Top 10 anglers from the Hobie Kayak’s IFA Kayak Fishing Tour with anglers, their hometowns when available, the combined measurement (in inches) of a single redfish and a single speckled trout and prize winnings:

1, Craig Brown, Prairieville, 60.88 inches, $2,804. 2, Steve Lessard, Geismar, 55.0, $1,252. 3, Elliot Stevens, Baton Rouge, 54.25, $728. 4, Benton Parrott, 53.38. 5, Wayne Lobb, 50.25.

6, Elizabeth Saylor, 48.50. 7, Chuck Bahan, 43.63. 8, Matthew Vann, 40.25. 9, Chris Cox, 37.0. 10, Brendan Bayard, 35.0.

Longest Redfish: Brown, 44.13 inches, $400.

Longest Speckled Trout: Vann, 22.5 inches, $100.

BASSfest

PARIS, Tenn. — Sunday’s final top 12 from the four-day Bassmaster BASSfest held on Kentucky Lake with anglers, their hometowns, number of bass weighed in parentheses, total catch weight in pounds and ounces and prize winnings. Also Louisiana anglers and contingency award winners (only the top 12 qualified for Sunday’s final, and only the top 50 qualified for Saturday’s third round). Also Angler of the Year standings after five events in the 113-angler Elite Series field:

Top 12: 1, Edwin Evers, Talala, Oklahoma (20) 97 pounds, 4 ounces, $103,000. 2, Kevin VanDam, Kalamazoo, Michigan (20) 94-4, $60,000. 3, Brett Hite, Phoenix (20) 91-9, $35,000. 4, Tim Horton, Muscle Shoals, Alabama (20) 88-8, $32,000. 5, Fred Roumbanis, Bixby, Oklahoma (20) 87-9, $21,000. 6, Micah Frazier, Newnan, Georgia (20) 87-7, $18,000.

7, Derek Remitz, Grant, Alabama (20) 87-4, $18,000. 8, Brandon Card, Caryville, Tennessee (20) 86-13, $16,000. 9, Brandon Lester, Fayetteville, Tennessee (20) 85-6, $15,000. 10, Billy McCaghren, Mayflower, Arkansas (20) 80-4, $14,000. 11, Andy Montgomery, Blacksburg, South Carolina (20) 77-7, $13,000. 12, Kotaro Kiriyama, Moody, Alabama (19) 71-15, $12,000.

Louisiana anglers: 14, Darold Gleason, Leesville (15) 61-4, $11,000. 54. Chad Wiley, Pineville (12) 34-1, $10,000. 65. Greg Hackney, Gonzales (10) 31-0. 72. Randy Allen, Shreveport (8) 28-3. 74. Dennis Tietje, Roanoke (10) 27-15. 87. Cliff Crochet, Pierre Part (10) 24-9.

Bass Pro Shops Big Bass: Evers, 8-11, $1,500. Evans Williams Heavyweight Stringer: Remitz, 28-1 (day 2), $1,000. Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year points leader: Dean Rojas, Lake Havasu City, Arizona, $1,000. Power-Pole Captain’s Cash: Roumbanis, $1,000. Livingston Lures Leader Award: Evers, $500. HUK Biggest Jump Award: Steve Kennedy, Auburn, Alabama, $1,000. Toyota Bonus Bucks: Evers, $3,000. Brandon Lester, $2,000. A.R.E. Truck Caps Top Angler: Evers, $1,000. Rigid Industries Big Fish Light Jackpot: Evers, $2,000 (27-2 catch).

Angler of the Year standings: 1, Dean Rojas, 424. 2, Justin Lucas, 421. 3, Aaron Martens, 420. 4, Greg Vinson, 356. 5, Brent Ehrler, 354. 6, Cliff Pirch, 353. 7, Kevin VanDam, 341. 8, Jacob Powroznik, 338. 9, Edwin Evers, 332. 10, Shaw Grigsby, 323.

Louisiana anglers: 29, Hackney, 278. 34, Tietje, 269. 84, Allen, 179. 91, Crochet, 157.