Victory for Paronish at Maryland Opener
Roland Paronish of Hastings, PA was the co-angler champion of the Ram Truck Open Series event held on March 26, 2016 at the Potomac River. Paronish’s 10.58 pound limit was worth $2000. “We went from fishing grass to flipping docks. The fished moved out to the end of the docks as the water was being sucked out, and it turned into a pretty good day of fishing. My fish mainly came on plastics. The fish just wanted it slow,” said Paronish.
Ricky Windsor of Woodbridge, VA finished in second place on the co-angler side with 10.22 pounds to win $764.
Hart Hall of Alexandria, VA brought in 9.90 pounds to finish in third place and win $509.
Joseph Vacanti of Mount Laurel, NJ had the 4.82 pound co-angler Big Bass of the event winning $345 from the Big Bass Pot.
Top Five Co-anglers:
1. Roland Paronish 10.58 $2000
2. Ricky Windsor 10.22 $764
3. Hart Hall 9.90 $509
4. Michael Caldwell 9.26(tie) $331
4. Andy Jones 9.26(tie) $331
There were 74 co-angler entries for this Ram Truck Open Series event.
Complete results can be found at this link.
For more info on the Maryland division of the Ram Truck Open Series visit www.ramopenseries.com call ABA tournament manager, Jeff Randall, at (256) 777-6152. The next Maryland event is on April 23, 2016 at Chesapeake Bay.
Ram Truck Open Series anglers can take advantage of the “no boat on boat draw” format along with huge payouts for the 2016 season. First place boaters can win a guaranteed $5000 first place, regardless of number of entries. Payouts will increase to $6000 for the first place boater with a 100 boat field. Over the course of four divisional events and the area championship, anglers will be competing for a spot in the 2017 Ray Scott Championship.
Lots of contingency money is up for grabs during the 2016 Ram Trucks Open Series Series season. Anglers participating in the Triton Gold program can earn up to $7,000 at 2016 divisional events and up to $50,000 at the 2017 Ray Scott Championship. Anglers can also take advantage of other programs such as T-H Marine Atlas Rewards, Power Pole Captain's Cash, Garmin Grand Giveaway, Livingston Lures Cash for Big Bass, Abu Garcia Revo Big Bass Bonus, Maui Jim Bonus, and Mercury/Motorguide bonus money.
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Kerry and Heather Wilson win on Lake Jordan
ATHENS, Ala. – Kerry and Heather Wilson won the American Couples Series, operated by American Bass Anglers, Central Alabama Division 1 tournament, held November 10, 2018, on Lake Jordan. Running out of the Bonnor’s Landing, the team caught 5-bass weighing 10.31-pounds. For the victory, they earned a check for $405.00. The Wilson’s caught their fish on swim jigs.
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Galbraith and Mason win the Triton 100% Plus Team Tour Championship
The team of Roy Galbraith of Guin, Alabama and Richard Mason of Athens, Alabama took home the win in the American Bass Anglers Triton Plus 100% Team Tour Championship, held on Pickwick Lake November 3rd and 4th, 2018. Launching out of McFarland Park in Florence, Alabama, the team of Galbraith and Mason caught a five-bass limit on day one weighing 17.28-pounds