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Quonce Wins at Oneida

Donald Quonce of Pulaski, NY won the New York Division Ram Weekend Bass Series event on August 22, 2015 at Lake Oneida launching from Oneida Shores Campground. Quonce's winning limit of 17.07 pounds was worth $1727. "I fished topwater early in the morning and fished some weed lines in the afternoon in 5-6 feet of water," said Quonce.

Frank Miller of Burwick, PA finished in second place with 14.74 pounds and the 4.54 pound Boater Big Bass to win $876 for second place, $260 from the Big Bass Pot, and $390 from the High Stakes Option Pot. Miller used an Abu Garcia reel to catch his Big Bass and he was awarded a new Abu Garcia Revo XS reel valued at $159.99 from the Abu Garcia Revo Big Bass Bonus.  "I caught most of my fish today around grassy shoals and some deep weeds using topwater baits, a jig, and a bubblegum colored Senko on an Abu Garcia reel," said Miller.

Jeffrey Kirkland of Dryden, NY finished in third place with 14.58 pounds to win $592. "We worked around a lot of spots today, shallow and deep, using topwater, soft plastics, and jigs. We just threw a bunch of stuff at them and ground out the day. It was tough day," said Kirkland.

Danny Bush of Peekskill, NY won the co-angler side of the Oneida event with 9.85 pounds and the 3.69 pound Co-Angler Big Bass. Bush won $903 for first place, $135 from the Big Bass Pot, and $238 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "I only had three bites all day, throwing a drop shot in around eight feet of water," said Bush.

Donald VanTassel of South Egremont, MA finished in second place on the co-angler side with 9.83 pounds winning $459 for second place and $121 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "I fished really slow and shallow," said VanTassel.

Ted Shone of Shavertown, PA finished in third place on the co-angler side with 8.15 pounds winning $311. "Everything on topwater," said Shone.

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Jason Theis Wins Division 15 Two-Day Championship on Tar River

Jason Theis of Hubert, NC won the American Fishing Tour North Carolina East Division 15 tournament with 19.98 pounds at the Tar River on August 29, 2015.

Running out of Tranters Creek near Washington, NC, the Hubert, NC angler caught five bass weighing 8.97 pounds on Day One. Day Two, he caught five bass weighing 11.01 pounds for a total of 10 bass for 19.98 pounds. Jason took home a check for $490. He also had Day One, Day Two, and overall TWT for $60. Jason had the Day One Big Bass, 2.52 pounds, and the Day Two Big Bass, 4.90 pounds. Jason caught his fish on worms, topwater, and spinnerbaits.

In second among the competitors, Lawrence Thomas, of Washington, NC, caught five bass on Day One weighing 8.45 pounds and four bass on Day Two for 5.68 pounds, for a total of nine bass weighing 14.13 pounds.  

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Parks Takes South Carolina Two-Day Championship

Woody Parks of Lincolnton, GA won the South Carolina Division Ram Weekend Bass Series Two-Day Championship at Clarks Hill on August 29-30, 2015. Parks weighed in a two-day total of 28.19 pounds to take home $2261. "I was fishing really shallow, kicking up mud. I wasn't getting a lot of bites, but they were feeding on bream and they were the right bites. There was a little wood around and I was flipping a worm. I did catch a couple on a Chatter Bait, but mainly a worm," said Parks. He finished the season second in the points standing and qualifies to fish the 2016 Ray Scott Championship at Lake Hartwell.

Jason Burroughs of Hodges, SC finished in second place with a two-day total of 27.65 pounds winning $1152 for second place and $350 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "I started out fishing really shallow for the first couple of hours, both days. After that I was moving offshore into 25-40 feet of water throwing topwater on the lower end of the lake," said Burroughs. His second place finish locks in his spot at the 2016 Ray Scott Championship.

Bo Price of Westminster, SC finished in third place with a two-day total of 25.94 pounds winning $780. "Yesterday, I started deep and went shallow late. The fish I was catching deep were coming out of deep brush on the main lake. After I moved shallow, I caught a four pounder skipping a jig under a dock and a three pounder. Today, I flipped my rotation and went shallow first thing. I ran to the back of a creek and I started throwing a square bill around any kind of wood that I could find," said Price. He finishes the season third in points and is qualified to fish the 2016 Ray Scott Championship.

Tracy Watkins of Williamston, SC brought in the Boater Big Bass weighing 6.17 pounds to win the $200 from the Big Bass Pot.

Brock Taylor of Pendleton, SC completes the season as the Boater AOY and qualifies for the 2016 Ray Scott Championship.

Robert Gambrell of Clermont, GA was the co-angler champion of the Clarks Hill event. Gambrell had a two-day total of 17.18 pounds and the 5.43 Co-angler Big Bass to win $1028. "I caught two pretty good fish yesterday and today I just got lucky, very lucky. Yesterday, I used a Zoom Ol'Monster and a frog. Today, I caught all three fish on a speed worm. This is the first one I've ever won," said Gambrell. His first place finish at the two day secures his seat at the 2016 Ray Scott Championship.

Chris Tinsley of Pisgah Forest, NC finished in second place on the co-angler side with a two-day total of 15.61 pounds winning $524 for second place. "Not much to yesterday, I just caught fish on a frog. Today, we fished offshore and I caught fish. The main thing is that I had good draws two days in a row," said Tinsley. Chris Tinsley also receives Co-Angler AOY honors for the year and qualifies for the 2016 Ray Scott Championship

Evan Weaver of Lexington, SC was the third place co-angler with a two-day total 13.66 pounds winning $355 and $175 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "The first day I caught them shallow. I was throwing around a topwater bait. Today, we were fishing a little deeper and I caught them on a Shakey Head out of some brush," said Weaver. He finished third in points for the season and qualifies for the 2016 Ray Scott Championship.

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Hulet Wins at Ft. Gibson

Dana Hulet of Perry, OK won the Oklahoma Ram Weekend Bass Series event on August 29, 2015 at Ft. Gibson Lake. His winning limit of 16.83 pounds was worth $2099 and $627 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "I had a really good day. I caught 16 keepers, all on a 7" Power Worm, flipping bushes and isolated willows. I had a whole bank to myself with shallow willows, and they were on them," said Hulet.

Lee Sanders of Stillwater, OK finished in second place with 15.19 winning $1064 and $319 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "It was a green pumpkin Brush Hog in the bushes, from the dam to the river,” said Sanders.

Brad Koehler of Coweta, OK finished in third place with 14.59 pounds winning $719 and $216 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "I caught them on a spinnerbait, worm, and a Biffle Bug, pretty much everything," said Koehler.

Craig Torkleson of Sand Springs, OK had the 5.50 pound Boater Big Bass winning $370 from the Big Bass Pot. He also won $511 for fourth place and $154 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "I flipped the Big Bass out of a willow tree with a Biffle Bug," said Torkleson.

Lori Steele of Broken Arrow, OK won the co-angler side of the Ft. Gibson event with 7.10 pounds and the 3.23 pound Co-angler Big Bass of the day. Steele won $810 for first place, $120 from the Big Bass Pot, and $213 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "It was good day. We went up the river. We started off flipping and we weren't getting anything at all, so we went to square bills. I had one on the square bill and the fish jumped high out of the water and went back down. When I got it to the boat I had two fish on the square bill! Later on, I caught my Big Bass on a crankbait," said Steele.

Barry Watson of Muskogee, OK finished in second on the co-angler side with 6.28 pounds winning $412 and $127 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "I had a great boater and I caught all of my fish on a Shakey Head with a worm. We really covered the whole lake," said Watson.

Nick Muzljakovich of Wagoner, OK finished in third place on the co-angler side with 5.53 pounds winning $279 and $85 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "Well, as it winds up, I drew my neighbor. We wound up going up the river and fishing some stuff he had found. I caught some spinnerbait fish and I caught some flipping and pitching fish on a variety of baits and colors. The water was pretty clear up there, but it sure did get hot and windy before it was over," said Muzljakovich.

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Rockhill Wins New Leer Cover

Chip Rockhill of Santa Rosa Beach, FL won a new Leer Truck Cap or Tonneau, valued at $1750, on August 29, 2015 at the Ram 100% Plus Team Tour event on Lake Guntersville. Leer, the leading manufacturer of truck caps and tonneau covers, is a sponsor of the 2015 Ram 100% Plus Team Tour. The $500 Leer Big Bass Award has been provided by Leer for each of the 2015 Ram 100% Plus Team Tour events. Leer has also provided a certificate good for a new Leer Truck Cap or Tonneau to be raffled to one lucky angler at the final event of each division of the Ram 100% Plus Team Tour.

Leer Truck Cap and Tonneau owners can also take advantage of the Leer Cover Cash program that has rewards for both the Ram 100% Plus Team Tour and the Ram Weekend Bass Series. If you own a LEER Truck Cap or Tonneau you need to check outhttp://leercovercash.com or call (918) 742-6424 and Kristie will sign you up.

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More Ram 100% Plus Team Tour Anglers Qualified for the 2016 Ray Scott Championship

Congratulations to our 2016 Ray Scott Championship Qualifiers from the North Alabama Division of the Ram 100% Plus Team Tour. These angers had to battle through five events in their division to finish in the top five of the final points standings.

North Alabama Qualifiers:
1. Johnny Patterson-Bryan Douglas
2. Jack Napier-Jackson Napier
3. Lavoyd Lemmond-Zach Lemmond
4. Brian Shook-Randy Tolbert Jr. 
5. Douglas Webster-Tim Cornelius

The 2016 Ray Scott Championship will take place on April 7-10, 2016 at Lake Hartwell in Anderson, SC. Boater qualifiers will compete for a first place prize worth over $180,000 and co-anglers will compete for a first place prize worth over $110,0000.


The 2016 Ray Scott Championship is hosted by Visit Anderson SC.

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Patterson & Douglas Win New Triton Boat at Lake Guntersville

The team of Johnny Patterson and Bryan Douglas won the final North Alabama Ram 100% Plus Team Tour event of the year on August 29, 2015 at Lake Guntersville. Patterson and Douglas caught the winning limit weighing 27.06 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 $1200 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "We caught most of them flipping grass with a green pumpkin/purple Strike King jig," said Patterson.

Josh Bragg and Chris Howell finished in second place with 24.27 pounds and the 6.63 pound Leer Big Bass winning $2350 for second place and the $500 Leer Big Bass award. "We came up yesterday and practiced a little bit. We tried flipping yesterday and the bite was really kind of off for us. This morning we started out really shallow, throwing a buzzbait and a frog. We got a few bites and had a limit. I noticed, at about 11 o'clock, that the the current picked up and we moved out on some deeper grass lines. The current positioned the fish where we could catch some bigger ones flipping the grass with plastics and jigs in around 10 feet of water," said Bragg.

Third place went to the team of Tony Tidwell and Phillip Rogers with 24.25 pounds winning $1600 for third place, $600 from the High Stakes Option Pot, and $500 from Triton Gold. "We caught them mostly on junebug colored soft plastics and jigs. We practiced yesterday, fishing some deeper grass. Later in the day, yesterday, we noticed the fish were shallower than they had been, so today we fished the shallow grass lines today,” said Tidwell.

Complete results from this event can be found at this link

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Campbell Wins Best Western Travel Card

Cory Campbell of Malakoff, TX was the winner of a $100 Best Western Travel Card at the August 22-23, 2015 Ram Weekend Bass Series event at Sam Rayburn. Campbell 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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Byrd Wins New Abu Garcia Revo

Matt Byrd of Kingwood, TX won the Abu Garcia Revo Big Bass Bonus after using an Abu Garcia reel to catch his 8.07 pound Big Bass at the August 22-23, 2015 Ram Weekend Bass Series event at Sam Rayburn. 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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Collins Wins Two-Day Championship on Sam Rayburn

Albert Collins of Nacogdoches, TX won the Texas Southeast Ram Weekend Bass Series Two-Day Championship event on August 22-23, 2015 at Sam Rayburn running. His winning two-day limit of 41.92 pounds was worth $1950. "I really didn't figure I could beat Clayton after Day One and I thought he would catch 20 plus again today. I was fishing drop-offs with a Texas rigged worm and I threw a crankbait a little. Most everything came on a Missile Baits Tomahawk worm and a Mister Twister 10 inch worm," said Collins.

Clayton Boulware of Zavalla, TX finished in second place with a two-day total of 41.60 pounds winning $994. "It was a good weekend. I had everything I weighed in on Day One by 12:15. When you're culling four pounders, you tend to quit doing that, because you know you need those fish the next day. On Day One, I had four on a frog and one on a 6XD. On Day Two, I went back and threw a frog all day and had a five pounder pretty quick. They just didn't bite near as well as they did on Day One. I had one about five pounds on a frog that just came off. I knew what I had to have and who I needed to beat and what I had wasn't enough to beat Albert. I can't complain. When you have over 40 pounds and catch most of them on a frog, what can you say?” said Boulware.

John Maddox of Lufkin, TX finished in third place with a two-day total of 35.89 pounds winning $483 and $150 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "I caught them shallow, flipping trees yesterday. Today, I went and flipped trees this morning and had 15-16 pounds early. I culled all of those out later, deep cranking," said Maddox.

Matt Byrd of Kingwood, TX weighed in the 8.07 pound boater Big Bass of the event to win $190 from the Big Bass Pot. Byrd used an Abu Garcia reel to catch his Big Bass and he was awarded an Abu Garcia Revo SX valued at $159.99 through the Abu Garcia Revo Big Bass program.

Stephen Wells of Marshall, TX on the co-angler side of the two-day Sam Rayburn event with total of 23.48 pounds and the 6.04 pound co-angler Big Bass. Wells won $1028 for first place and $70 from the Big Bass Pot. "I had two great partners and I can't complain. They kept me on the fish and around the fish. I caught most of them shallow. I caught two on a frog yesterday and the rest on a Texas rig after that. On Day Two, I caught the six pounder on a frog and the frog bite quit, so I started Texas rigging. It was a good day," said Wells.

Joey Mason of Palestine, TX finished in second on the co-angler side with two-day total of 20.16 pounds winning $524 for second place and $135 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "I had a great weekend and had two great boaters. I fished shallow both days. On Day One, I had one frog fish and the rest were on Texas rigged speed worms. On Day Two, I threw a frog all day long," said Mason.  

Sammy Strong of Orange, TX finished in third place on the co-angler side with a two-day total of 19.97 pounds winning $355. "I had two great partners and they took me to the right places. Most of my fish were on an Ol' Monster," said Strong.

Complete result can be found at this link.

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Ram 100% Plus Team Tour Anglers Qualify for the 2016 Ray Scott Championship

Congratulations to our 2016 Ray Scott Championship Qualifiers from the Tennessee/Kentucky Division of the Ram 100% Plus Team Tour. These angers had to battle through five events in their division to finish in the top five of the final points standings.

Tennesse/Kentucky Qualifiers:
1. Shawn Penn-Billy Schroeder
2. Kevin Tidwell-Joel Rumsey 
3. Troy Davis-David Young 
4. Mickey Beck-John Hopkins 
5. Kelly Readhimer-Daniel Ellis

The 2016 Ray Scott Championship will take place on April 7-10, 2016 at Lake Hartwell in Anderson, SC. Boater qualifiers will compete for a first place prize worth over $180,000 and co-anglers will compete for a first place prize worth over $110,0000.

The 2016 Ray Scott Championship is hosted by Visit Anderson located in Anderson, SC.

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Phillip Anderson Wins a Tough One on Lake Greenwood

Phillip Anderson of Saluda, SC won the Ram American Fishing Tour, presented by American Bass Anglers, South Carolina Division 96 qualifier tournament, for the 2016 AFT season held August 23, 2015, on Lake Greenwood running out of Greenwood State Park near Ninety Six, SC.

This turned into one tough tournament. Five anglers failed to bring a fish to the scales and only one, our winner, brought a limit of five fish in. There were low weights which is unusual for Lake Greenwood and flipping docks seemed to be the best way to catch fish.

First place, Phillip Anderson, had five fish weighing 11.53 pounds for the win. His fish were caught flipping docks on the upper and middle parts of the lake. Phillip was the only angler in this tournament to weigh in a limit of five fish. His first place finish and option pot earned him a payback of $585.

Second place was Jason Moyer with four fish weighing 10.19 pounds, anchored by a 4.65 pound kicker. He caught his fish on the middle part of the lake flipping docks and fishing a frog. Jason earned $343 with second place and the option pot. Third place was Allen Murray with four fish weighing 9.65 pounds. Allen took home $94 for third place. Big fish winner was Will Anderson with a 5.91 pound largemouth. He caught the fish flipping a dock on the middle part of the lake. Will took home $100 from the big fish pot and is the leader for Big Fish of the 2016 season and the ALX IKOS Series Rod. 

18 anglers fished this One-Day Division 96 qualifier on Lake Greenwood out of Greenwood Park near Ninety Six, SC. Day one started out at 74 degrees, humid with a light rain and ended with the 3:00 pm weigh-in with a light rain again at 90 degrees. Mostly cloudy skies and really didn’t rain that much during the day, wind out of the NE at 5 mph. Water temps ranged from the mid to low 80’s. Water was clear on the main lake and stained a little in the backs of creeks and rivers.

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Peck Wins Division 73 Two-Day Championship on Mississippi River

Bob Peck of Montpelier, IA won the Ram American Fishing Tour District 73 Divisional Championship tournament on a windy, cold front weekend fishing in the Muscatine & New Boston Pools of the Mississippi River.  For the weekend, Peck brought in six fish for 11.75 pounds of total weight, including Big Bass of 1.86 pounds on Day One.  Big Bass on Day Two was caught by Chris Yuska and was weighed in at 3.56 pounds.  Second place for the tournament went to Bob Mindock at 9.14 pounds and 3rd place was Chris Yuska at 6.81 pounds.  

This was a tough river tournament with very low water levels and windy cold front conditions.  The anglers stayed tough and managed to bring in enough Iowa bass to have fun!  This was our last District 73 tournament of the year.  

2015 District 73 points standings should end up as follows (top 4 tournaments plus divisional):
1.  Bob Peck
2.  Bob Mindock
3.  Brad Entsminger (tie)
3.  Chris Yuska (tie)

For more information about District 73 events, call director, Chris Yuska at (563) 388-1050 or call ABA at (256) 232-0646. On line, see www.americanbassanglers.com.

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John Simonof Wins District 42 Two-Day Divisional Championship on the Arkansas River

Story by John Simonof

The Ram American Fishing Tour Division 42 contested its Two-Day Divisional Championship of the 2015 season on the Arkansas River/Little Rock Pool on August, 22-23, 2015.  Angling pressure was heavy over the weekend as multiple tournaments were also held on the small pool.  Constantly changing weather conditions and fluctuations in the water level and river flow throughout the weekend required anglers to continuously adapt their strategies to catch fish.

John Simonof topped the field with a five fish limit both days for a total weight of 21.31 pounds.  John relied on Temple Fork Outfitter rods and Lew's reels spooled up with Hi-Seas braided and Quattro Fluorocarbon line to catch his fish on a Spro popping frog and homemade football jigs poured on OWNER hooks.

Rob Stone hauled in eight fish over the weekend for a total weight on 15.80 pounds.  Rob relied on a Berkley Pit Boss and trick worms to catch his fish.

Rounding out the top three was Amsoil pro Sean Ingalls.  Sean relied on crankbaits to sack up seven fish over the weekend for a total weight of 13.27 pounds.

Big Bass on Day One caught by Sean Ingalls weighed 2.71 pounds.  Big Bass caught on Day Two, a 3.19 pound fish was weighed in by Steve Smith.

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RAM 100% Plus Team Tour Event to be Aired 
on North American Fisherman TV

Athens, AL. - American Bass Anglers announces the filming of the first Ram 100% Plus Team Tour event of the 2016 season at Lake Guntersville on February 20th, 2016. Working with North American Fisherman and Scout.com, the show will cover the weekend bass anglers fishing this Ram 100% Plus Team Tour event. Tyler Kapela, host of North American Fisherman TV show, will be the host commentator and compete in the event. 
 
"We are excited to give much needed recognition to the weekend bass angler through national TV coverage by partnering with North American Fisherman," said Morris Sheehan, President of American Bass Anglers. "Finally the spot light will be put on the anglers who make up over 90% of this sport. The interesting question is; Who will emerge as the next super star from these weekend anglers?"
 
"I'm intrigued with fishing and filming this event. The weekend anglers are the backbone of the industry and need recognition," said Tyler Kapela, host of North American Fisherman TV. "This will be a fun and exciting challenge to take on the weekend anglers of North Alabama. I really look forward to fishing Lake Guntersville and seeing if I can compete against this group of anglers." 
 
 
The schedule for airing will be released in the first quarter of 2016. ABA will also intensify its online coverage of the Ram 100% Plus Team Tour in 2016 through both social media and the americanbassanlers.com website. 
 
The Ram 100% Plus Team Tour offers a $250 team entry fee with 100% plus payback at every event, including the top five teams of each division advancing to the 2017 Ray Scott Championship. To learn more about the Ram 100% Plus Team Tour visit www.teamtrail.com or call ABA at (256)232-0406.
 

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