Chris Burke and Dale Giles took the tournament's top prize, weighing in a little more than 23 pounds of fishing bounty.
The event raised money for the Fallout Teen Center, a local non-profit which provides a safe place for local teens to play games, eat and hang out with friends on the weekend -- all while under adult supervision.
"We hope to make this an annual event," said director Kathy Gregory of the success of the tournament. "We want to see this become our core fundraiser for the center."
Fallout opened just 15 months ago, in the old Harris Middle School gym on Elm Street, and has served almost 200 local students.
As the center grows, Fallout hopes to offer tutoring assistance -- and even summer hours.
But funding remains a challenge for Fallout, which is supported by local churches, businesses and private donations.
"The community needs this center. The teenagers who come through the doors every weekend appreciate having a place to hang out together." Gregory said.
"Youth ministers, volunteers who enjoy working with young people are more than welcome to join us."
All volunteers must be willing to undergo a background check.
The center's rules require appropriate dress and respect for others.
No tobacco products, alcoholic beverages, drugs or weapons are allowed and no outside food or drink may be brought into the facility. The center also prohibits public displays of affection, fighting, horseplay and profanity.
For more information on Fallout Teen Center, or to volunteer, contact Kathy Gregory at firstname.lastname@example.org.