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  • 12/08/2018 event rescheduled for 12/15/2018.

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Missouri - Stockton
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Division 126 Points Top 25
Place Name Events Fish Points
1 Jay Carter 6 32 1185
2 Justin Delk 6 32 1182
3 Scott Lawson 8 34 1168
4 Bruce Gandy 9 32 1162
5 Mitchell Blehm 8 33 1161
6 Mike Dill 8 20 1142
7 Randy Scott 9 22 1140
8 Jake Kleindl 6 19 1138
9 Tony French 5 17 1136
10 Becky Minor 8 15 1118
11 Dale Boothe 9 12 1110
12 Mike Carter 4 14 943
13 Eric Craft 5 24 775
14 Lucas Fornelli 7 25 774
14 Austin Morris 4 20 774
16 Jeremiah Gandy 6 18 772
17 Byron Maze 6 15 767
18 Roger Springs 4 15 760
19 Milz Markley 6 6 737
20 Bill Amis 6 7 711
21 Scott Tassi 4 15 637
22 Larry Wright 4 11 627
23 Steven Bain 4 8 600
24 Les Rowe 6 4 592
25 Derek Gander 5 8 586
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Justin Angel Takes Another Win On Stockton Lake

Stockton Lake was no match for Justin Angel September 29 when he fished American Bass Anglers Division 126 qualifying tournament and weighed in 19.44 lbs. His winning bag was anchored with Big Bass of the tournament, a 7.28-lb largemouth. He took home $1005 for his win.

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Delk Wins Championship; Carter Take AOY
 

American Bass Anglers Division 126 held their 2-day Championship on Stockton Lake August 11-12. The weather cooperated, but the fish did not. One angler brought in a 5-fish limit both days; that was Justin Delk who won the tournament with a total weight of 22.64-lbs. Second place went to Jay Carter with 19.59-lbs which was enough to earn him D126 Angler of the Year. Scott Lawson took 3rd place with 14.44-lbs which included day-1 Big Bass weighing 3.57-lbs. Day-2 Big Bass went to Dale Boothe, who weighed in a 5.7-lb lunker.

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Jay Carter Wins Stockton ABA Tournament

Only two 5-fish limits came to the scales in American Bass Anglers Stockton Lake D126 tournament Saturday, July 21. But the winner weighed only three fish for 11.46 lbs, which included Big Bass that topped the scales at 6.03 lbs. Before he took them out of the bag, he was asked if he had any big ones. His reply was, “One big, one medium and one small.” And that was a good description of his catch. Second place went to Byron Maze with a 5-fish limit that weighed 9.67; 3rd place winner was Justin Delk with the other limit weighing 9.53 lbs.

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Justin Delk Wins Stockton Lake Tournament


Only four 5-fish limits came to the scales in American Bass Anglers Stockton Lake D126 tournament Saturday, June 23. Justin Delk topped the leader board with 14.75-lbs anchored with a 4.26-lb big bass. That wasn’t quite good enough for Big Bass honors as Jay Carter’s big bass tipped the scales at 5.04-lbs giving him a total of 13.84-lbs and 2nd place in the tournament. Delk won $666 for 1st place; Carter’s BB and 2nd place win earned him $684.

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ABA COMES TO STOCKTON LAKE JUNE 23

Thirty plus of the best bass anglers in the Ozarks are expected to converge on Stockton Lake Saturday morning, June 23, 2018 for the American Bass Anglers AFT qualifying tournament. Launch site is Hartley Ramp (Old State Park). Registration can be done at the ramp starting at 4:30 a.m. Weigh-in will be shortly after 2:30 p.m. Anglers will fish from 5:30-2:30.

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Carter Wins On Stockton

Athens, AL. – Jay Carter of Springfield, MO took the win on Stockton this past weekend with a limit weighing 14.17 and a big bass of 5.43 pounds. It was a cold morning in the mid-30s as 39 Missouri and Kansas anglers launch at the fourth of the American Bass Anglers Division 126 tournament.  Jay won $1135 cash and points that will qualify him to fish the D126 2-day Championship.

The top ten places weights ranged from 10.09 lbs to 14.17 lbs with several places within ounces of each other. Nine anglers weighed in the 5-fish limit; a total of 27 competitors weighed in at least one fish. Jerk baits, crank baits and jigs were the preferred lures. Fish came from all parts of the lake, from the clear water down lake to more stained water in the upper parts of the lake.

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Kleindle Squeaks Out Win On Stockton Lake

Jake Kleindle took the win at the American Bass Anglers Stockton tournament Saturday, November 4. He brought in a 5-fish limit that weighed 15.38lbs and won $640 plus $250 for his 6.17 lb Big Bass. A close second place went to Justin Delk with a 5-fish limit weighing 15.27lbs earning him $389; Delk also missed BB by a few ounces as his went 5.41lbs. Jay Carter took 3rd place with a 13.06lb limit anchored with a 4.5lb largemouth. taking $137. View full results and pictures at www.centralmidwestbass.com.

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FORNELLI TAKES BIG WIN ON STOCKTON

Lucas Fornelli of Mound City, KS took out Saturday with high hopes of catching a limit of bass, as he always does. He did not reach the 5-fish limit, but bagged three bass that went 14.51 lbs on the scales, winning this American Bass Anglers D126 tournament

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Mike Dill Wins Stockton Lake ABA Tournament


To say the bite on Stockton May 13 was a little tough is an understatement. Twenty American Bass Anglers took out from Old State Park Ramp at 6:30 a.m. Only one of them returned with a 5-fish limit of bass. The Greenfield, MO angler Mike Dill took the win with that limit weighing 13.41 lbs, anchored with second biggest bass weighing 4.37 pounds largemouth. 

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Emmert Wins on Stockton

Scott Emmert of Bolivar, Missouri topped the field of competitors for the D126 event on Stockton Lake December 3rd with a five fish limit weighing 12.73 pounds. Emmert won $579.

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Craft Takes Win on Stockton

Kansas angler, Eric Craft of Erie, Kansas took first place with a 5-fish limit that weighed 13.98 pounds, anchored with a 5.85 pound Big Bass of the event.

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Hughes Wins Stockton Lake Tournament

New American Bass Angler member, David Hughes won the 2017 season opener held October 8, 2016 on Stockton Lake. He brought in a five fish limit that weighed 11.70 pounds and won $500 plus $170 for his 4.02 pound Big Bass. 

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Jay Carter Takes Win and AOY

Jay Carter of Springfield, Missouri won the AFT D126 2-day Divisional Championship held on Stockton Lake on August 27th and 28th. Jay came back from a weight of 4.09 pounds on day 1 and brought in a weight of 14.72 pounds on day 2 with a total weight of 18.81 pounds for both days. His catch also included Big Fish for the second day at a weight of 6.27 pounds. Jay took home $1,204 for his efforts. Jay also took the Angler of the Year title for D126. He will compete against 40 AOY's from other divisions and will have a chance to win a fully rigged Triton boat.

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Dill Takes Win on Stockton

Local angler, Mike Dill of Greenfield, Missouri took the win Saturday, June 23rd at D126 event on Stockton Lake. Dill’s five fish bag weighed 12.03 pounds and gave him a $541 payday. 

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Jay Carter Wins on Stockton Lake by Ounces


Jay Carter won the May 21st Ram American Fishing Tour D126 tournament on Stockton by less than half an ounce; he weighed in a five fish limit of 11.55 pounds while second place went to Mike Carter with 11.53 pounds. Both anglers’ big fish weighed about the same, 3.30 pounds and 3.45 pounds.

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