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Posted August 19. 2017 2:05PM

Bass fishing - Tournaments allow for more participants and higher fish survival

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Doug Clifford, left, Brett Wimsattfrom, right, of Coe-Brown Northwood Academy wait for the big bass to bite during the first NHIAA sanctioned event in the sport of bass fishing held at Lee's Mills in Lake Winnipesaukee in 2013. (Larissa Mulkern)

ALTON — It is typically quiet around the lake at 6 a.m., as most animals and people are still sleeping and boats have yet to be launched for a day of leisure. However, certain pockets of shoreline awake earlier than others, as dozens of avid fisherman arrive at the lake shoreline early to prepare for a day of competitive bass fishing.