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Loetscher Wins on Sam Rayburn

Matt Loetscher of Many, LA won the Southeast Texas RAM Weekend Bass Series event on July 25th, 2015 at Sam Rayburn running out of Umphrey Pavilion. Loetscher's winning limit of 19.86 pounds was worth $1682 for first place and $475 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "It went good. I caught a ton of fish today. I started out fishing bushes early and then started cranking. I caught most of my fish cranking," said Loetscher.

Ricky Collins of Woodville, TX finished in second place with 19.74 pounds winning $855. "Just flipping hay grass," said Collins.

Phil Addison of Baytown, TX finished in third place with 19.55 pounds winning $578 and $285 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "It was kind of slow today. They bit twice as good yesterday. I just flipped a lot of grass with a Strike King Structure Bug," said Addison.

Jeff Hebert of Hemphill, TX weighed in the 9.17 pound Big Bass of the event to win $240 from the Big Bass Pot.

Gary Medley of Vidor, TX won the co-angler side of the Sam Rayburn event with 11.55 pounds. Medley won $810 for first place. He used a Carolina rigged Baby Brush Hog and a Horny Toad to secure his win.

Sammy Strong of Orange, TX finished in second on the co-angler side with 10.54 pounds and had the 5.98 pound co-angler Big Bass winning $412 for second place and $115 from the Big Bass Pot. "My Big Bass was the first fish I caught this morning on a bait that I don't like to use. I was Carolina rigging a Baby Brush Hog," said Strong.

Larry Beauboeuf of Bossier City, LA finished in third place on the co-angler side with 10.23 pounds winning $279 for third place and $200 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "We caught all of our fish flipping Beaver type baits in the grass in less than 10 feet of water," said Beauboeuf.

Complete result can be found at this link.

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Renfrew Claims Victory at Oneida

Ian Renfrew of Phoenix, NY won the New York West RAM Weekend Bass Series event on July 25th, 2015 at the Lake Oneida running out of Oneida Shores Campground. Renfrew's winning limit of 15.96 pounds was worth $1644 for first place and $390 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "I caught all of my fish flipping a Jackall Sasuteki Craw with a 1/2 ounce weight and a Jackall Binsky topwater bait. I just threw those two baits all day and I probably caught 60-70 fish," said Renfrew.

Noah Raymond of Lockport, NY finished in second place with 15.48 pounds winning $838 for second place and $260 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "I caught them out on a shoal in about 12-13 feet of water," said Raymond.

Jason Shipton of Muncy, PA finished in third place with 15.20 pounds winning $568. "I was flipping for a while this morning and found some largemouth. I couldn't get any size so I went for some smallies in about six feet of water, flipping a Beaver with a 1/8 ounce weight," said Shipton.

Michael Bahnweg of Union Dale, PA won the co-angler side of the Oneida event with 10.91 pounds and had the 4.18 pound co-angler Big Bass. Bahnweg won $685 for first place, $80 from the Big Bass Pot, and $180 from the High Stakes Option Pot.

Amber Randall of Luzerne, NY finished in second on the co-angler side with 9.79 pounds winning $349 for second place and $120 from the High Stakes Option Pot.

Thomas Monica of Bridgeport, NY finished in third place on the co-angler side with 9.54 pounds winning $237 for third place. "I just happen to throw the right things," said Monica.

Complete result can be found at this link

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Redman Wins AFT on Kota-Ray

The July 19th RAM American Fishing Tour tournament had to move from Sakakawea to Kota-Ray Dam due to high winds.  This small lake, south of Ray ND, was protected from the high winds but prove to be a tough bite.  All the bass were caught in the morning and quit biting around noon.  It was a surprise to all to find a mixture of largemouth and spotted bass in this lake.

In his first tournament in North Dakota and first time to fish this lake, Heath Redman from Kansas won with a three fish limit of 5.97 lbs. and also had the big bass with a 2.52 pound largemouth.  Heath won using a tube Texas rigged with a bullet weight targeting the reeds.  Heath is on the Kansas State fishing team and is interning in North Dakota this summer.

Finishing second, throwing a new square bill crank in ghost minnow color, was Dick Roland from Crosby, ND.  He finished with a three fish limit of 4.66 lbs.

John Taylor from Crosby and Jacob Nordhus from Williston both fished but failed to weigh in a fish.

The last regular season RAM American Fishing Tour tournament for Division 127 is scheduled for August 1st at New Johns.  This lake is known for its smallmouth bass but also has some stout largemouth bass.  Anyone interested in fishing the ABA should contact Dick Roland at 701-570-0598 or look up the ABA on the web.

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Dowdy Wins Abu Garcia Revo Big Bass Bonus

Bryan Dowdy of Florence, AL won the Abu Garcia Revo Big Bass Bonus after using an Abu Garcia reel to catch his 9.41 pound Big Bass at the July 25th, 2015 RAM 100% Plus Team Tour event at Kentucky Lake. 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, American Couples Series National Championship, RAM American Fishing Tour 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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Cherry & Kirby Take Home New Triton Boat

The team of Ben Cherry and Mark Kirby won the fourth Tennessee RAM 100% Team Tour event on July 25th, 2015 at Kentucky Lake, launching from Paris Landing. Cherry and Kirby caught the winning limit weighing 26.31 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 $1400 from the High Stakes Option Pot. The team used Shakey Head baits and big worms in 15-20 feet of water for their win.

Bryan Dowdy and Justin Davis finished in second place with 26.19 pounds winning $3000 for second place along with $700 from the High Stakes Option pot. Dowdy and Davis also brought in the 9.41 pound Leer Big Bass to win an additional $500. Dowdy used an Abu Garcia reel to catch the Leer Big Bass and was awarded an Abu Garcia Revo SX reel valued at $159.99 through the Abu Garcia Big Bass Bonus program. The team used Mike Marlin Custom Hair Jigs on ledges in 22 feet of water.

Third place went to the team of Gary Singleton and Eric Hensley with 24.63 pounds winning $2000 for third place and $500 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "We used 10.5 inch red bug colored V&M worms in around eight feet of water down on south end," said Hensley.

The team of Shawn Penn and Billy Schroeder is currently leading the points race in the TN/KY division.

Complete result can be found at this link

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News - WBS

Webster Wins Abu Garcia Revo Big Bass Bonus

John Webster of Bowie, MD won the Abu Garcia Revo Big Bass Bonus after using an Abu Garcia reel to catch his 4.81 pound Big Bass at the July 19th RAM Weekend Bass Series event at the Potomac River. 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, American Couples Series National Championship, RAM American Fishing Tour 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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Randall Wins Best Western Travel Card

 Jeffrey Randall of Lake Luzerne, NY was the winner of a $100 Best Western Travel Card at the July 11th, 2015 RAM Weekend Bass Series event at Lake Champlain.  Randall lodged at the host Best Western hotel during the event and he was entered into the Best Western Travel Card drawing.  There is a drawing for a $100 Best Western travel card at every RAM Weekend Bass Series event that has a Best Western host hotel. Anglers must bring their Best Western hotel receipts to registration to enter the drawing.

Best Western Hotels offers an incentive reward program to ABA anglers for staying at Best Western hotels during ABA events. Drawings will be held at all RAM Weekend Bass Series events and all ABA National Championships. At registration, anglers simply need to bring a copy of their receipt from the Best Western hotel that they are lodging at during the event to be entered into the drawing. This program will continue for the entire 2015 season. 

To learn how you can win a Best Western Travel Card visit this link.

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Gardner Wins Two in a Row at Potomac River

Philip T. Hornsby of Hughesville, MD won the Maryland RAM Weekend Bass Series event on July 19th, 2015 at the Potomac River out of Smallwood State Park. Hornsby brought in a 14.01 pound limit to win $1745. "I found a spot during practice that had a lot of limit sized fish. That was my first stop this morning. After I got in there, I only caught two keepers. I moved on to a couple more spots and nothing panned out. I decided to run to D.C. where I’ve had luck at in the past. I got up there, started fishing some deeper structure with a Shakey Head, and started picking them off. After I came back down, I caught my biggest one," said Hornsby.

Michael R. Tippett of Lexington Park, MD finished in second place with 13.50 pounds winning $886. "It was a frog fishing day for sure. I caught about nine on the frog. In the last ten minutes, I caught a better keeper on a wacky rigged Senko," said Tippett.

Michael Roselle of Laplata, MD finished in third place with 12.76 pounds winning $600 for third place and $450 from the High Stakes Option Pot. 'I caught everything in the grass in 4-6 feet of water on a Hamilton Lures Thunder Jig and a black/blue swim jig. I only had six bites today," said Roselle.

Danny Moffat Jr of White Plains, MD brought in the boater Big Bass of the event weighing 3.89 pounds winning $240 from the Big Bass Pot. He used a jig to catch his Big Bass.

Cort W. Gardner of Jessup, MD won the co-angler side of the Potomac event with 9.58 pounds. This is Gardner's second win in a row in the Maryland division this year. Gardner won $872 for first place and $180 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "I'm just thankful that I got here to weigh in. I'd really like to thank Jason Tibbetts. My boater had broken down and I had this big bag of fish. I had already accepted that I wasn't going to make it in, but we waved at Jason as he came by and he stopped and picked me up, while only having a minute left to go himself," said Gardner.

Hart Hall of Alexandria, VA finished in second on the co-angler side with 8.63 pounds winning $443 for second place and $120 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "I caught two of my fish on a frog and one on a swim jig, all in the grass. I had my limit by 8:00 and the fish were fairly shallow," said Hall.

Marvin E. Reese of Gwynn Oak, MD finished in third place on the co-angler side with 7.72 pounds winning $300. "All of my fish today came on a Senko in 3-4 feet of water," said Reese.

John A. Webster of Bowie, MD had the 4.81 pound co-angler Big Bass of the event to win $90 from the Big Bass Pot. He also used an Abu Garcia reel to catch his Big Bass and he was awarded an Abu Garcia Revo SX reel valued at $159.99 through the Abu Garcia Big Bass Bonus program. "I caught my Big Bass on a swimbait in the grass using an Abu Garcia reel. It was hot," said Webster.   

Complete result can be found at this link

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Mercury Marine has announced that, for the first time, 2016 model year boats powered by Mercury gas sterndrive and inboard engines will come with a comprehensive Five Year Engine Package Limited Warranty during the “Power of Protection” sale event.

The new Mercury Five Year Limited Engine Warranty being offered during the “Power of Protection” sale event provides new boat buyers broad, long-term coverage against costly engine repairs. The limited warranty covers engine, cooling system, transmission, drive, fuel system, steering, electrical, power trim and control components for the entire warranty period.

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News - WBS

Singleton Takes Win at Kentucky Lake

Gary Singleton of Dickson, TN won the Tennessee Central Division RAM Weekend Bass Series event at Kentucky Lake on July 18th, 2015. Singleton weighed in 22.42 pounds to take home $1370 for first place and $420 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "I caught a limit on topwater. Then, I went to some ditches and started throwing a swimbait, a jig, and a worm. Most of my bites were before lunch," said Singleton.  

Todd Ruth of Waverly, TN finished in second place with 15.64 pounds and had the 5.83 pound boater Big Bass winning $698 for second place, $210 from the Big Bass Pot, and $280 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "I caught them on an Ultimate Swimbait, which I make. Most of them were in around six feet of water early in the day," said Ruth.

Brandon A. Eddings of Nashville, TN finished in third place with 15.62 pounds winning $473. Eddings used a crankbait and a swimbait for his catch.

Jason Pilkinton of Charlotte, TN was the co-angler champion of the Kentucky Lake event. Pilkinton had 10.65 pounds and had the 4.27 pound co-angler Big Bass winning $628 for first place and $80 from the Big Bass Pot. "A good friend of mine gave me a tip about a particular swimbait to use and it worked. We had a great day," said Pilkinton.

John Wilkerson of Nashville, TN finished in second place on the co-angler side with 7.98 pounds winning $303 for second place. "We caught all of them on a 10 inch watermelon colored worm in the grass. All of our bites were early in about 10 feet of water," Wilkerson.

Dianna Montgomery of Lebanon, TN was the third place co-angler with 5.00 pounds winning a total of $428 for second place and High Stakes Option Pot money. "I was using a green pumpkin Zoom Mag Trick Worm in about eight feet of water," said Montgomery.  

Complete results can be found at this link

The next Tennessee Central Division RAM Weekend Bass Series event will be held on September 19th & 20th, 2015 at Kentucky Lake, launching from Paris Landing State Park. More info on this upcoming event can be found at this link or by calling ABA tournament manager, Kristin Malott, at (256) 771-3709.

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Jacobson Wins Best Western Travel Card

Russell "Jake" Jacobson of Lenoir City, TN was the winner of a $100 Best Western Travel Card at the July 18th, 2015 RAM Weekend Bass Series event at Lake Chickamauga.  Jacobson lodged at the host Best Western hotel during the event and he was entered into the Best Western Travel Card drawing.  There is a drawing for a $100 Best Western travel card at every RAM Weekend Bass Series event that has a Best Western host hotel. Anglers must bring their Best Western hotel receipts to registration to enter the drawing.

Best Western Hotels offers an incentive reward program to ABA anglers for staying at Best Western hotels during ABA events. Drawings will be held at all RAM Weekend Bass Series events and all ABA National Championships. At registration, anglers simply need to bring a copy of their receipt from the Best Western hotel that they are lodging at during the event to be entered into the drawing. This program will continue for the entire 2015 season. 

To learn how you can win a Best Western Travel Card visit this link.

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Mercury Marine Active Trim Improves Boating Experience

FOND DU LAC, Wis. (July 23, 2015) – Mercury Marine this week demonstrated to the media its new Active Trim system, which automatically delivers instant, effortless trimming of boat engines.  

Designed to suit entry-level and expert boaters alike, Active Trim simplifies boat  operation, while improving engine Performance and decreasing fuel costs. New boaters immediately are able to trim their engines properly with no intimidating learning curve, and experienced boaters won’t need to monitor and adjust trim constantly upon changes in boat speed or turns. 

Using Active Trim has been likened to switching from a manual transmission on an automobile to automatic transmission. 

Tests on a broad range of boats indicate fuel savings of 14 to 54 percent by running in the auto mode provided by Active Trim, versus fully trimmed down in manual mode. 

The key to Mercury’s Active Trim is its exclusive and patented GPS-based control system. Unlike systems that use only engine rpm to control trimming, Mercury’s Active Trim controls the trim in accordance with boat speed and engine rpm. This feature solves problems with the engine or drive trimming up instead of down, if the 
propeller breaks loose in hard turns. It also solves issues with the engine trimming up too early or too late while the boat is getting up on plane. Active Trim can be used on high-performance boats, and it provides a seamless handoff from auto to manual operation at high speeds, to give the operator full control. 

 

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Attaway Wins Tennessee East Event

Norm Attaway of Clearwater, SC won the Tennessee East Division RAM Weekend Bass Series event Lake Chickamauga on July 18th, 2015. Attaway weighed in a total of 16.73 pounds to win $1507 for first place and $350 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "I caught some fish this morning, but they were all small. The son got really high and I started flipping shallow hydrilla. I've tried to catch them out deep, but I'm not from here and there was a boat on every spot that looked like an obvious place for deep fish, so I looked for some places in between," said Attaway.

Greg Shaver of Dayton, TN finished in second place with 16.25 pounds winning $768. "I was fishing the upper end of the lake and I caught most of my fish on a jig and a worm," said Shaver.

Jeff A. Knight of Cleveland, TN finished in third place with 14.78 pounds winning $520 and $120 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "I went up to Hiwassee and stayed there all day," said Knight.

James "Andy" of Parkinson of Dalton, GA brought in the boater Big Bass weighing 8.36 pounds to win $210 from the Big Bass Pot and $373 for fourth place. "It was late in the day and I was around the mid-lake area when I caught the Big Bass. I had been offshore, but the offshore bite has been tough lately. Those fish are just really beat up. I moved over to a cove and flipped up under a dock and caught her. It was the only bite I got in there," said Parkinson.

Toby Steele of Ten Mile, TN was the co-angler champion of the event with 10.86 pounds winning $685 for first place and $175 from the High Stakes Option Pot. Steele use a Wobble Head, a Biffle Bug, and a jig. "It was just one here and one there throughout the day. I was just fortunate that I got four good bites and was able to cull one of them," said Steele.

Jared Sullivan of Hixson, TN finished in second place on the co-angler side with 10.85 pounds winning $345 for second place and $75 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "It was a later bite on some deeper fish for us," said Sullivan.

Russell ""Jake" Jacobson of Lenoir City, TN and Frank Lillig of Acworth, GA tied for the third place co-angler spot with 8.27 pounds winning $203 each. "I caught my two biggest ones on a Strike King 6XD crankbait around mid-lake in deeper water. It was a good time and I really enjoyed it,” said Jacobson. "We fished toward the south end and we both ended up throwing a 1/2 ounce green pumpkin jig with a Strike King Rage Craw trailer. It was a really light bite and the fish would just barely pick it up. With my St. Croix Avid X rod, I could feel the fish pick it up," said Lillig.

William "Lucas" Neal of Harriman, TN brought in the co-angler Big Bass of the tournament weighing 7.98 pounds.

Complete result can be found at this link.

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Smith Wins Abu Garcia Revo Big Bass Bonus

James Smith of Owens Cross Roads, AL won the Abu Garcia Revo Big Bass Bonus after using an Abu Garcia reel to catch the 8.01 pound Big Bass at the July 18th RAM 100% Plus Team Tour event at Lake Guntersville. 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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Shook & Tolbert Jr. Win Triton Boat at Guntersville  

The team of Brian Shook and Randy Tolbert Jr. won the fourth North Alabama RAM 100% Team Tour event on July 18th, 2015 at Lake Guntersville. Shook and Tolbert caught the winning limit weighing 28.04 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 and $1300 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "We used a Z-Boss 25 crankbait and a brown 3/4 ounce Black Angel football jig. The majority of our fish came from the mid-lake area in 20-25 feet of water," said Tolbert Jr. "We left in second place at the last event and came back to win this time. If you're not first you're last," said Shook.

Wes Ward and Grant Hopson finished in second place with 27.45 pounds winning $2800 along with $600 from the High Stakes Option pot. "We mostly fished the midlake area. Most of our fish came on a crankbait early and a few on a jig later in the day in 15-20 feet of water," said Ward.

Third place went to the team of Tyler Kiker and Ronnie Kiker with 26.52 pounds winning $1900. Kiker and Kiker fished river ledges in 18-25 feet of water using big worms and swmbaits.

The team of James Smith and Benny Medlen took home the $500 Leer Big Bass award for bringing in an 8.01 pound largemouth. The pair also took home $1400 for their 26.51 pound fourth place limit.

Complete result can be found at this link

The next North Alabama RAM 100% Team Tour event will be held on August 29th, 2015 at Lake Guntersville, launching from Guntersville State Park. More info on this upcoming event can be found at this link or by calling ABA tournament manager, Kristin Malott, at (256) 771-3709.

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