Bass Pro Shops Fishing Tour
Div 9 Pennsylvania
Director: Dennis Budzitowski
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Division 9 Points Top 25
Place Name Events Total Weight Fish Released Points
1 Matt Weber 5 94.95 28 1136
2 Dennis Budzitowski 14 109.93 48 1133
3 Scott McDonough 8 70.87 32 1132
4 Michael Piccolo 5 71.91 20 1130
5 Blake Forrest 12 92.13 40 1129
6 Cody Schwartz 12 42.72 18 1119
7 Joseph McCormack III 8 38.51 21 1117
8 Joseph Ciamaichela 10 50.47 21 1113
8 Michael Tenaglia 6 32.69 18 1113
10 Robert Santos 7 32.92 13 1103
10 Raymond Marcinkiewicz 8 22.69 9 1103
12 Ryan Bauman 2 12.74 7 371
13 Frank Coyne 2 6.69 3 370
14 Cooper Haase 2 4.26 2 368
15 Joseph Shastay 3 5.82 2 283
16 Mike Morris 1 12.62 5 191
17 Tim Kelley 1 10.56 5 190
18 Kevin Beauden 1 14.17 3 187
18 Paul Hurding 1 4.12 2 187
20 Harry Nurk 1 6.75 4 186
21 Bryan Mantie 1 6.14 4 184
22 Ronald Shakespeare 1 0.00 0 100
23 Aaron Reeves 1 0.00 0 50
23 Mark Marini 1 0.00 0 50
23 Charlie Haravitch 1 0.00 0 50
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Division News


Matt Weber wins Division 9 Championship and AOY
Cody Schwartz wins COY! 

From Pennsylvania Division 9, August 15, 2021 - Matt Weber takes the win at Division 9 AFT 2 day local championship on the North East River. Running out of Anchor Marine in North East Maryland, the Sykesville, MD angler caught 9 bass weighing 24.61 pounds. For the victory, Matt took home a check for $1000. Matt also had the second biggest fish of the tournament worth another $55. This win gave Matt Angler of the year honors for Division 9 and earns him the right to compete for National angler of the year in October, winner takes home a 21-foot triton boat and motor package. 

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Blake Forrest Found the Big Ones for the win

From Pennsylvania Division 9, April 6, 2019 - Blake Forrest takes the win at Division 9 Bass Pro Shops Fishing Tour Tournament on the North East River. Running out of Anchor Marine in North East Maryland, the Newportville, PA angler caught 3 bass weighing 11.51 pounds. For the victory, Blake took home a check for $425.

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Piccolo Sets New D9 Record on the North East River

Michael Piccolo of Croydon, PA took the win at the Division 9 AFT tournament on the North East River.  Running out of Anchor Marine in North East, Maryland Piccolo brought in a five-bass limit that locked in the scales at 25-lbs, setting a new record for the heaviest bag of fish weighed in at a D9 one-day event.

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15 Year Old Matt Weber Wins on the North East River

In only his second tournament, 15 year old Matt Weber from Sykesville, MD bested the field of veteran boaters and non-boaters alike to win the Division 9 Ram American Fishing Tour event on the North East River. Running out of Anchor marina in MD, he caught two bass weighing 6.91 pounds. "Matt is a fine well-mannered young man, and an avid fisherman. It was a pleasure to fish with him all day." said boater Den Budzitowski. After the first hour of fishing with no bites, it was obvious to Matt he had to make a change. Showing incite way beyond his years he shifted to a very small finesse bait that made all the difference.

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