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Doherty Wins Abu Garcia Revo Big Bass Bonus

Homer E. Doherty of Ennis, TX won the Abu Garcia Revo Big Bass Bonus after using an Abu Garcia reel to catch the 5.44 pound Big Bass at the June 20th RAM Weekend Bass Series event at Lake Tyler. He was awarded an Abu Garcia Revo SX reel valued at $159.99.

The Abu Garcia Revo Big Bass Bonus is an incentive program that applies to selected American Bass Anglers events. The Abu Garcia Revo Big Bass Bonus program applies to all RAM Weekend Bass Series events and RAM 100% Plus Team Tour events along with each competition day of the Military Team Bass Event, Couples Series National Championship, AFT National Championship, and the Ray Scott Championship. There is no fee to participate in this program. Anglers that use any model Abu Garcia reel to catch the prevailing Big Bass at qualifying American Bass Anglers events will be awarded a new Abu Garcia Revo SX reel valued at $159.99. Abu Garcia has created an incentive program without any associated fees, registrations, or claim forms to be filled out.

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Meunier & Heckel Win Tennessee RAM 100% Plus Team Tour Event

The team of Kevin Meunier and Kenneth Heckel won the third Tennessee RAM 100% Team Tour event on June 27th, 2015 at Kentucky Lake, launching from Paris Landing. Meunier and Heckel caught the winning limit weighing 26.48 pounds to win a 2015 Triton 17TX with a Mercury 60hp four stroke outboard, Garmin Echomap units, Odyssey Batteries, Motorguide trolling motor, Power Pole, and a host of T-H Marine products valued at $22,000, along with $1660 from the High Stakes Option Pot. Their pattern consisted of using a Strike King 10XD and a green pumpkin Strike King football jig on ledges.

Brian Horton and Barry Burton finished in second place with 23.14 pounds winning $3270 along with $840 from the High Stakes Option Pot. Horton and Burton fished ledges in 10-15 feet of water using plum colored Zoom worms and a homemade ¾ ounce football jig. They estimate that they culled 15-20 times throughout the day.

Third place went to the team of Larry Frazier and Barry Arnold with 22.37 pounds winning $2200. Frazier and Arnold fished grass and ledges in 8-12 feet of water using a Strike King 10" Thumper worm, a Strike King 5XD crankbait, and a Strike King Pro Model jig. The pair culled numerous times and the majority of their catch came between 9:00 and 2:00.

The team of Tim Messer and Roger Allen took home the $500 Leer Big Bass award for bringing in a 7.57 pound largemouth.

Complete result can be found at this link

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News - WBS

McCarty Wins at Lake Tyler

Scott McCarty of Van, TX won the East Texas RAM Weekend Bass Series event on June 20th, 2015 at Lake Tyler running out of Lake Tyler Marina. His winning limit of 14.89 pounds was worth $1558 and $523 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "My day was real good. They actually bit better when it rained a little bit. I was flipping a craw in the grass," said McCarty.

Jackie W. Jayroe of Royse City, TX finished in second place with 13.60 pounds and had the 5.29 pound boater Big Bass winning $791 for second place, $267 from the High Stakes Option Pot, and $260 from the Big Bass Pot. "It was slow. I only caught five keepers. I caught the Big Bass early on a Pop-R and flipped the rest of the day," said Jayroe.

Bruce "Boot" Anderson of Sherman, TX finished in third place with 12.19 pounds winning $536 and $181 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "Just throwing frogs all day," said Anderson.

Joey Mason of Palestine, TX won the co-angler side with 8.29 pounds. Mason won $841 for first place and $200 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "It was a fun day.  We were around fish all day. We just couldn't get a lot of big bites. I caught my fish on three different baits: a topwater early, a frog, and a wacky worm," said Mason.

Thomas "Tom" Brouillette of Garland, TX finished in second on the co-angler side with 7.46 pounds winning $427. "We caught quite a few fish today. My biggest fish came from a brush pile," said Brouilette.

Cory Campbell of Malakoff, TX finished in third place on the co-angler side with 7.31 pounds winning $289 and $120 from the High Stakes Option Pot.  Campbell caught his fish dragging a wacky worm behind the boat.

Homer E. Doherty of Ennis, TX brought in the 5.44 pound co-angler Big Bass winning $125 from the Big Bass Pot. Doherty used and Abu Garcia reel to catch his Big Bass and he was awarded a new Abu Garcia Revo SX reel valued at $159.99 through the Abu Garcia Revo Big Bass bonus program.

Complete result can be found at this link

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News - WBS

Lamb Takes Victory at Chickamauga

Haden Lamb of Birchwood, TN won the Tennessee East Division RAM Weekend Bass Series event at Lake Chickamauga on June 20th, 2015. Lamb weighed in a total of 21.79 pounds to win $1745. "I mainly fished the main lake region and fished a lot of different water depths. The main key was the top of ledges in 12-14 feet. I fished the grass and caught a few, but the main thing was the tops of the ledges right on the break. The wind hurt today with waves crashing over the bow of the boat. It was brutal," said Lamb.

Rogne Brown of Hixson, TN finished in second place with 21.57 pounds winning $886 and $450 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "I started down lake. The first place I came to that I wanted to fish, it was pouring down rain and I caught my biggest fish of the day. I caught three of the fish that I weighed in on a jig and the other two on a swimbait. I caught quite a few fish today and lost one big one. That's just the way it goes," said Brown.

Jeff A. Knight of Cleveland, TN finished in third place with 20.88 pounds winning $600 and $250 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "I lost a five pounder on the first cast of the morning and another five pounder on the third cast. I was fishing up in Hiwassee and stayed there all day. It was protected from the wind by the mountain so I could flip the trees and stuff on the south side without a problem," said Knight.

Rod Huff of Monterey, TN brought in the boater Big Bass weighing 7.29 pounds to win $260 from the Big Bass Pot. "I caught the Big Bass in the middle of the day on a jig in about 12-14 feet of water," said Monterey.

Paul E. Palmer of Madisonville, TN was the co-angler champion of the event with 12.39 pounds. Palmer won $779. "We fished mid-lake down and the wind was horrible for me. I caught my fish on a worm and a couple on a crankbait," said Palmer.

Roy Yother of Red Bank, TN finished in second place on the co-angler side with 11.11 pounds and the co-angler Big Bass weighing 5.43 pounds to win $360 for second place, $125 from the Big Bass Pot, and $225 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "We fished mid-river. I caught most of my fish on a Carolina rig early. About 1:00 the wind got so bad that we had to go to the deep banks and flipped out a couple of good fish. That's where the Big Bass came from on a jig," said Yother.

Jared Sullivan of Hixson TN was the third place co-angler with 9.62 pounds winning $268 and $125 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "We were fishing above the Route 60 bridge almost all day and the first fish came on a crankbait. Then I was able to get a couple of culls with a drop shot," Sullivan.

Complete result can be found at this link

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News - WBS

Spence Wins New York Opener

Bill W. Spence of St. Albans, VT won the New York division RAM Weekend Bass Series opener on June 13th, 2015 at Lake Champlain launching from Plattsburg. Spence's winning limit of 19.94 pounds was worth $2182 for first place and $499 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "I was fishing points outside of spawning coves with a big Spook and a Sammy. Most of my fish seemed to come out 12 feet of water," said Spence.

Ryan T. Latinville of Plattsburgh, NY finished in second place with 19.36 pounds winning $1103 for second place and $254 from the High Stakes Option Pot.

Jeremiah "JJ" Judd of Sheldon, VT finished in third place with 18.60 pounds winning $744 for third place and $172 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "I was fishing for spawning smallmouth, but it rained the night before and I couldn't see the bigger ones. I ended up moving to a rock pile in 5-12 feet of water and used a Yamamoto Hula Grub in black/blue," said Judd.

Woody U. Henyan of Campbell, NY brought in the boater Big Bass of the event weighing 4.67 pounds to win $380 from the Big Bass Pot. Campbell also won $528 for fourth place and $124 from the High Stakes Option Pot. 

Chris J. Sullivan of Voorheesville NY won the co-angler side of the Champlain event with 10.25 pounds. Sullivan won a total of $930 for first place and $190 from the High Stakes Option Pot. Sullivan was tied for first place, but he won the tiebreaker because of weighing in the heaviest single bass of the two anglers. Sullivan used topwater baits in 5-7 feet of water for his win.

Danny L. Bush of Peekskill, NY finished in second place on the co-angler side with 10.25 pounds winning $710 and $190 from the High Stakes Option Pot. Bush was throwing a drop shot rig in 10-14 feet of water.

Jason J. Gaboriault of Plattsburgh, NY finished in third place on the co-angler side with 10.22 pounds and the 4.19 pound co-angler Big Bass of the event winning $323 for third place and $145 from the Big Bass Pot. "I was bouncing swimbait across the bottom," said Gaboriault.

Complete result can be found at this link

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News - WBS

Winslett Takes Win at Logan Martin

Steve Winslett of Opelika, AL won the Alabama South Division RAM Weekend Bass Series event at Logan Martin on June 27th, 2015. Winslett weighed in a total of 15.81 pounds to win $1785 and $425 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "I stayed up river until about 10:00 this morning and didn't do anything. About 11:30 I picked up a jig and a worm and started flipping docks down on the lake. I caught all of my fish between 11:30 and 2:15," said Winslett. Winslett is currently the points leader in the Alabama South division.

Michael M. Smith of Laurel Hill, FL finished in second place with 14.72 pounds winning $905 and $225 from the High Stakes Option Pot. Smith also brought in the boater Big Bass of the day weighing 5.07 pounds. "I fished all over, but all of the fish I weighed in came from down lake. I started the day out on a deeper spot and caught a five pounder on my first cast and only had one more bite there. I think the school followed the big one out under the boat. After that, I started flipping docks and brush with a Missile Craw, mainly smaller fish. Then, I went and fished some more deep places and didn’t do anything. Finally, I went back down the place I started this morning and they were biting pretty well, finished up my limit there," said Smith.

Josh B. Teet of Carrollton, GA finished in third place with 13.38 pounds winning $612. "The day started off pretty bad. I went out to a deep spot and had a three or four pounder jump off at the boat. After that, it went pretty well. I was fishing the ends of deep points with rocks and brush on them," said Teet.

Timmy "T" W. Smith of Jemison, AL was the co-angler champion of the event with 7.56 pounds. Smith won $588 for first place. "We were all over the lake. My boater knew the lake pretty well and we were fishing some deep docks and brush using Shakey Heads," said Smith.

Hulan G. Mattox of Alexander City, AL finished in second place on the co-angler side with 5.65 pounds winning $263 and $200 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "I caught them on a little 1/8 ounce jig that I made. Caught two up river and one right out here," said Mattox.

Tony D. Potts of Tallassee, AL was the third place co-angler with 4.78 pounds winning $163. "I was using a green trick worm with an Edwin Evers stand up jighead. I caught both of them within five minutes. My only two bites," said Potts.

Richard "Ricky" Boyd Jr of Pittsview, AL had the co-angler Big Bass weighing 4.21 pounds to win $80 from the Big Bass Pot. "It was about 10:30 and still cloudy when I caught the Big Bass using a Pop-R. My only fish of the day," sad Boyd.

Complete result can be found at this link

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Curtis Sanders  wins the weekly drawing "Show your ABA Decal"
 
Curtis Sanders of Guyton, GA wins the weekly drawing for the "Show your ABA Decal" program. Curtis wins his choice of an ABA T-Shirt or Cap and will be entered into the grand prize drawing of a fishing adventure at Ray Scott's Trophy Bass Retreat.
 
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Weekly - ABA Cap or T-Shirt (Your Choice)
 
Monthly Winners - A Cap or T-Shirt (Your Choice), a Livingston Lure, G-Juice, and a Gift from Carlisle Tire
 
Grand Prize Drawing: Win a trip to Ray Scott's Trophy Bass Retreat. Grand Prize drawing will be held December 18, 2015
 

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News - AFT

Registration for RAM AFT Championship Opens July 1st

Good news for all of the RAM American Fishing Tour anglers that have qualified for the 2015 RAM American Fishing Tour National Championship at Lake Hartwell, you may register beginning July 1st, 2015. Registrations can be taken by phone at American Bass Anglers headquarters at (256) 232-0406 or online at this link. The entry fee is $170 and the top 250 points holders nationally are guaranteed to be boaters all three days of the event. The last day to accept your invitation to the RAM AFT National Championship as a guaranteed boater, top 250 points holders only, is September, 22nd, 2015.

The RAM American Fishing Tour National Championship will be held on Lake Hartwell in Anderson, SC on October 18th-23rd, 2015. Anglers participating in the event must be registered in the event before going onto the water during official practice, October 18th-20th, 2015. Anglers not pre-registered may register at onsite registration, October 18th, at the Anderson Civic Center from 4:00-6:30 pm. Also, all anglers must be present at the Pairings and Safety Briefing, October 20th, at 6:00 pm at the Anderson Civic Center. A complete schedule of events and locations can be found at this link.

There is more at stake than ever at the 2015 RAM AFT National Championship. Anglers will be competing for a first place prize of a RAM Truck Bonus, a one year lease on a new RAM Truck, and a new Triton Boats 21 TRX bass boat rigged with Mercury 250 Pro XS outboard and a host of ABA sponsor products from Garmin, Odyssey, Motorguide, and T-H Marine. The highest finishing non-boater angler at the event will be awarded a new Triton Boats 19 TRX rigged with a Mercury outboard and a host of ABA sponsor products. Divisional Anglers of the Year will be competing against each other during the event for a top prize as well. The highest finishing divisional AOY at the RAM AFT National Championship will be awarded a RAM Truck Bonus, a one year lease on a new RAM Truck, and a new Triton Boats 21 TRX rigged with a Mercury 250 Pro XS outboard and ABA sponsor products, on top of having bragging rights as one of the best anglers in the country.

Above and beyond all of the great prizes and cash awards to be given out at the 2015 RAM AFT National Championship, anglers will be competing for one more huge reward. The highest finishing boater angler, the AOY champion, and the highest two finishing non-boater anglers will receive spots in the 2016 Ray Scott National Championship in April 2016 at Lake Hartwell, where they will have a chance to compete for huge first place prizes. The boaters will compete for a first place prize of over $200,000 in cash, prizes, and contingencies while the non-boaters will compete for a first place prize of over $150,000 in cash, prizes, and contingencies at the 2016 Ray Scott Championship.

The 2015 RAM American Fishing Tour National Championship is hosted by Visit Anderson of located in Anderson, SC. "We are very proud to host the 2015 RAM AFT National Championship and even more excited for the competing anglers to have a chance to see Green Pond Landing and experience the Anderson community," said Neil Paul, Interim Director - Visit Anderson. More information on the Anderson, SC area can be found through Visit Anderson at (877) 282-4650 or www.visitanderson.com.

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Johnson & Wingo Win Guntersville RAM 100% Plus Team Tour Event

The team of Paul Johnson and Barry Wingo won the third North Alabama RAM 100% Team Tour event on June 20th, 2015 at Lake Guntersville. Johnson and Wingo caught the winning limit weighing 23.87 pounds winning a 2015 Triton 17TX with a Mercury 60hp four stroke outboard, Garmin Echomap units, Odyssey Batteries, Motorguide trolling motor, Power Pole, and a host of T-H Marine products valued at $22,000. Their winning catch came on a ¾ ounce Choo Choo Lures football jig in Kudzu color. All of their fish came from one ledge in 15-20 feet of water. "I won a tournament here two weeks ago in an area with a big school of fish. We got there this morning and the fish were gone. We moved to my secondary spot about 10:30 before we caught our first fish. The fish were out deep earlier, but as the sun came out, the fish pulled up top onto a shell bed," said Johnson.

Brian Shook and Randy Tolbert Jr. finished in second place with 23.79 pounds winning $2800 along with $1200 from the High Stakes Option pot. Shook and Tolbert used a 6th Sense DD500 crankbait in Gizzard Shad color and black football jig to catch their second place bag of bass. They were fishing ledges in 15-25 feet of water with shell beds on top of them from the mid-lake area south. "We felt like we were bull riding all day. It was rough. The wind is your friend," laughed Shook.

Third place went to the team of Benny Gregg and David Jones with 23.26 pounds winning $1900 and $650 from the High Stakes Option Pot. Gregg and Joes used worms and jigs in 3-20 feet of water. "As long as it was green" is how Gregg described the color baits that they used.  "We mixed up a little bit of everything. We fished grass and structure. We're lucky we got what we had," said Jones.

The team of William Tager and Chris Hill took home the $500 Leer Big Bass award for bringing in an 8.15 pound largemouth. Hill caught the Leer Big Bass using a black Zoom Swamp Crawler Texas rigged in a shallow pocket. "It was a lot of fun," said Hill. "I find the fish and he catches them," said Tager.

Complete result can be found at this link

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News - AFT

Borroughs Wins on the Savannah River

Our winner, first place Jason Burroughs was fishing in Upper Savannah River area using top water lures. Bobby Stanfill finished in second with five fish weighing 13.49 pounds. He was fishing Pollard’s Cove. Ray Diamond came in third with 10.03 pounds from the Little River area of lake.

Big Fish was James Stone with a 6.27 pounder winning $95.00 and a Revo rod and reel package for big fish from one our great sponsors.

Nineteen anglers fished this Clarks Hill Lake one-day qualifying tournament. It started out at 80 degrees and ended with the 3 pm weigh in at 99 degrees. It was sunny and windy most of the day with winds 10 to 15mph from the east. Water temperature was 89 degrees. The main lake clear.

Top five:                

1. Jason Burroughs of Hodges, SC - 5 fish 22.39  lbs. 199 pts. and  $522.00

2. Bobby Stanfill  - 5 fish 13.49 lbs. 198 pts and  $304.00

3.  Ray Diamond of Winfield, GA - 3 fish  10.03 lbs. 197 pts. and $101.00

4.  Chris Hadden of Evans, GA. - 5 fish 9.37 lbs. 196 pts.

5.  Bart Blackburn of North Augusta, SC 5 fish 9.06 195 pts.

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News - AFT

Roland Captures First Title at Spirtwood

The RAM American Fishing Tour division 127 held their fourth tournament of the year at Spiritwood Lake north of Jamestown, ND this past Saturday.  This tremendous smallmouth lake didn't yield a state record bass, but did provide for some great fishing.  The weather was excellent and with the bass in a post spawn mode there were plenty of fish caught.

Cody Roland of Crosby, ND, after finishing fourth at Audubon, registered his first win as the rookie on the tour.  His 10.04 pound limit of three bass and a 3.9 pound big bass, gave him a sweep of the tournament.   Cody commented that he dialed in on the winning lure color the day before in practice.  He noted that crawfish that were being spit up were orange in color and he used a Strike King Structure Bug in the Bama Craw color to imitate them.   Deep rock piles were his targets of choice. 

Finishing second was his dad Dick Roland, Crosby, ND, with a three fish limit of 9.32 lbs.  Dick was throwing a top water buzz bait in the morning a tube jig after the morning bite quit.  He also zeroed in on the orange color of the crawfish that make up the bulk of the diet for these smallmouth bass.  Dick is also leading the angler of the year race with four tournaments under his belt. 

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Thomas Wins Division 14 Championship at Lake Norman

Kevin Thomas won the RAM American Fishing Tour division 14 Championship on Lake Norman in Mooresville, NC with ten fish weighing 15.15 pounds held on June 20th and 21st 2015.

Kevin Thomas of Indian Trail, NC is one step closer to the RAM American Fishing Tour National Championship with a first place win on Lake Norman this past weekend. Thomas weighed in ten bass over two days, which weighed 15.15 pounds. Second place went to Lance Eckford of Troutman, NC with seven bass weighing 9.57 pounds. Third place went to John Miller of Statesville, NC with five bass weighing in at 7.37 pounds. 

The dog days of summer have come early to Lake Norman this year with temperatures in the upper 90's with mostly sunny conditions all weekend. The conditions were tough on both the anglers and the fishing, but Kevin Thomas was able to put together a solid pattern and bring a limit to the scales on both days of the Divisional Championship. 

The winning pattern came tossing a buzz bait on shady banks where the mayfly hatch was most active.  Kevin reported catching good numbers of fish, but the bigger bite was elusive.  While Kevin was able to sift through good numbers, the rest of the field struggled to bring a limit to the scales.  Congratulations Kevin!

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2016 Military Team Bass Tournament Dates Announced

ATHENS, Ala. – The 2016 Military Team Bass Tournament, presented by American Bass Anglers and hosted by the Eufaula-Barbour Chamber of Commerce will take place May 4th-6th, 2015 at Lake Eufaula, AL. The onsite registration and dinner will take place on May 3rd, 2015 at the Eufaula Recreation Center.

The 26th annual Military Team Bass Tournament will take place out of Lakepoint State Resort (link) in Eufaula, AL. The resort provides excellent dining, lodging and water access facilities for the competitors, tournament officials and families of competitors. The competitors will fish the 45,181 acre reservoir along the Chattahoochee River, which spans part of the Alabama-Georgia border.

"This will be the third year that Eufaula has hosted the ABA Military Team Bass Tournament and we are looking forward to having the anglers back in 2016," said Jack TIbbs, Mayor of Eufaula. "This event has always had special meaning to me, as it was one of the last events that I was able to fish here with my father several years ago," he added.

Members of the United States Armed Forces from all over the country make the drive to compete in the 2016 event at Lake Eufaula. Any active duty Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, National Guard, Reserve or Coast Guard member may fish in this event. Families of military members, honorably discharged veterans, Department of Defense civilians, contractors, and retired military members may also fish this event.

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News - CPL

South Carolina Division Couples Anglers of the Year

A third place finish in the season finale of the South Carolina division of the American Couples Series on Lake Greenwood sealed the division Anglers of the Year title for Susan and John Mills. First place finishes in March and April set them up nicely for a great year.

The Mills' accomplishment is particularly noteworthy because Susan has been dealing with medical issues this season.  Her positive attitude and determination kept their team in contention throughout the season.  This included Susan’s Ladie's Big Bass on Lake Hartwell in March. 

Susan and John were presented with a South Carolina Couples Division crystal recognizing their accomplishment.  Donna and John Branstetter secured "honorable mention" with a second place finish in the Anglers of the Year race.  Martha and Don Goodfellow were third.

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