Week 33(All weights in pounds and ounces)

SaltwaterAmberjack L 63-0 Joe Posey

Bluefish G 15-1 Jay JonesBluefish UL 8-8 O.C. Polk

Bonito G 15-2 Maddie Strickland

Bonito L 22-0 Lee BrownCobia G 65-6 Shane Sinclair

Cobia L 66-8 Al MundDolphin L 39-8 Ryan Camp

Flounder L 7-0 David BrightFlounder UL 6-5 John Dewese

Other sharks G 210-0 Jay LailSheepshead G 13-0 Alex Iliria

Sheepshead L 14-4 Bill JonesSheepshead UL 14-9 Dale Yarborough

Spadefish L 9-5 Ken BennettSpadefish UL 8-10 Dan Champlin

Trout L 4-10 Carolyn HaggertyTrout UL 7-2 Alexander Brenner

Trout FR 3-5 Eddie RobbinsTriggerfish G 5-9 Jimmy Craven

Blackfin tuna G 36-1 Scott Cothran

Wahoo G 39-14 Maddie Strickland

Whiting L 1-2 Kathy MurrayWhiting UL 1-4 Bill Walker

Saltwater Tackle CategoriesGeneral Over 20-pound test line; Light Over 8-pound through 20-pound test line; Ultralight 8-pound test and under. Flyrod 20-pound tippet or less.

Freshwater Largemouth bass L 5-0 Tom Benton

Largemouth bass UL 3-8 Mark Bostrom

Largemouth bass FR 4-1 Eddie Robbins

Bowfin (Mudfish) UL 6-10 James McDonald

Redear bream UL 1-4 Bobby Foster

Other bream L 0-14 Peggy Jesshope

Other bream UL 1-4 Alan Bouchelle

Catfish G 36-0 Lonnie East IIICatfish L 34-8 Randolph Smith

Catfish UL 37-0 Lonnie East III

Crappie L 2-1 Everett TaylorCrappie UL 2-13 G. Chronister

Chain pickerel L 2-1 Eddie Robbins

Chain pickerel FR 1-12 Eddie Robbins

American shad L 4-0 Lonnie East III

American shad UL 5-1 Keith Brown

American shad FR 3-12 Richard Stefani

Warmouth UL 0-14 Ben GwinnFreshwater Tackle Categories

General Over 14-pound test line; Light Over 8-pound through 14-pound test line; Ultralight 8-pound test and under; Flyrod 20-pound test tippet or less.

Catch and releaseLewis Lee 2,240

Scott Beane 1,090Jocelyn Ring 450

Shawn Siman 440Skip Milligan 440

The Trident fishing Tournament, co-sponsored by the Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission, area businesses and individuals, recognizes outstanding saltwater and freshwater catches made in the tri-county area. The tournament begins Nov. 1 and runs through Oct. 31. Anglers catching fish meeting minimum weight requirements receive Master Angler certificates, and yearly winners receive plaques acknowledging their catches. Fish can be weighed at many area businesses involved in fishing, and the tournament is seeking new weigh stations in the tri-county area.