In fitting fashion, Scott Cirks (son of Gene, nephew of Kelley) and Nick Marvin took top honors in the Cirks Brothers' Memorial Scholarship Fishing Tournament June 8 on Lake Belle Taine in Nevis.

The winning duo caught a limit of walleyes early, then filled their limit with nice bass and pike on their way to a total weight of 40.48 pounds to top the 48 team field, according to tournament organizer Jeremy Anderson.

The father-son team of Kevin and Tayden George took second place with a total weight of 36.71 pounds and also caught a full limit of all three species.

Ben Cumber and Noah Berglund finished third with a total weight of 35.46 lbs.

The largest walleye went to the team of Nate Ott and Dwight DeBoer, which was 5.19 lbs.

Jon and Grant Schauer entered a 7.80-pound pike for the top spot.

Kevin and Karie Lindow landed a 4.45-pound bass to top the bass division.

Anderson said a record total of 80 walleyes were entered, with an average size of 2.37 pounds. Ninety-one pike were entered and 246 bass, with an average size of 2.24 lbs.

The top 10 finishers were as follows:

• Scott Cirks and Nick Marvin, 40.48 lbs.

• Kevin and Tayden George, 36.71 lbs.

• Ben Cumber and Noah Berglund, 35.46 lbs.

• Brett and Ryan Kent, 34.21 lbs.

• Gary and Eric Wolff, 33.43 lbs.

• Lee Skajewski and Nick Retka, 33.26 lbs.

• Jon and Grant Schauer, 31.73 lbs.

• Mark Roth and Ron Hughes, 30.90 lbs.

• John Gravdahl and Dean Christofferson, 30.14 lbs.

• Kevin and Karie Lindow, 29.93 lbs.