Gilchrist Wins New Abu Garcia Revo
Eric M. Gilchrist of Plaquemine, LA won the Abu Garcia Revo Big Bass Bonus after using an Abu Garcia reel to catch his 4.87 pound Big Bass at the August 1st & 2nd, 2015 Ram Weekend Bass Series event at Toledo Bend. 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.
About Abu Garcia: Born in in Sweden in 1921 as a watch company, Abu Garcia took this precision and introduced the Abu Record in 1941. They now produce some of today's most advanced fishing gear including the game changing Revo family of reels, including the lightest bait cast reel in the world, the MGXtreme. This trend continues with the latest series of rods including the Veritas 2.0 and the new Ike Series. Abu Garcia is the official and exclusive Rod and Reel of American Bass Anglers and all of its tours.
For more information about ABU Garcia visit your local outdoor retailer or visitwww.Abugarcia.com
About American Bass Anglers: American Bass Anglers is committed to providing low cost, close to home tournaments for the weekend angler and at the same time offer each competitor an upward path for individual angler progression. For more information about American Bass Anglers, the Ram Weekend Bass Series, the Ram American Fishing Tour, the American Couples Series, Military Team Bass Tournament and the Ram 100% Plus Team Tour visitwww.americanbassanglers.com.
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Ryan Ingram Maintains Lead
ATHENS, Ala. – Ryan Ingram of Phenix City, AL remained in the top spot with another solid day at the 2019 Bass Pro Shops Fishing Tour Championship on Lake Eufaula in Eufaula, AL. Ingram hauled in 15.47 lbs with another 5-fish limit bag today, bringing his current two-day total to 37.15 lbs. His largest bass overall was a 5.99 lb. Ryan is holding a 6-pound lead over Bradley Enfinger.
Cory and Meagan York Take the D8 Season Opener Win
The Bass Pro Shops Couples Tour, Kentucky Lake Division completed their first tournament of the 2020 season this Sunday. It was also the first fall tournament we have ever scheduled. It was a very light turnout with only 8 teams participating. We had a two-hour delay due to extremely foggy conditions. However, once that fog cleared the weather was nearly perfect. We launched from the Lake Barkley State Park ramp at 8:30 AM and weighed in at 3:30 PM. A lot of short fish were reported caught, but the keepers came tough for most. A total of 10 bass were brought to the scales for a combined weight of 30.84 pounds. We paid out a total of $680 including Men’s and Ladies Big Bass pots.
Waller Takes The Win in Area 4 Championship On Lake Hartwell
ATHENS, Ala. – Mark Waller of Hartwell, Ga. won the Bass Pro Shops Open Series Area 4 Championship held October 5th and 6th 2019 on Lake Hartwell. Running out of Green Pond Landing in Anderson SC, Waller weighed in a two-day total of 10 bass weighing 22.47 pounds. Waller took home a check for $3700.00 for the win.
John Rice and Paul Arnold Take Home Two New Tritons at Chickamauga
John Rice of Huntsville, Al and Paul Arnold of Woodville, Al. won the Bass Pro Shops Team Tour Championship, held October 5th and 6th on Lake Chickamauga. Launching out of Dayton Boat Dock and Grill. John and Paul went straight to work and caught a two-day limit of 10 bass weighing 36.51 pounds. For their victory, the team took home 2 Triton TX-17 boats equipped with 60 HP Mercury outboards and Garmin electronics valued at $40,000.