Curtis Leggett Wins on Tar River
On September 9, 2017 Division 15 held its 1th one day tournament of the 2018 Ram American Fishing Tour season ran out of Tranters Creek in Washington, NC. Taking first place was Curtis Leggett of Snow Hill, NC; he caught 3 bass weighing 7.02 pounds for a check for $249. Curtis also had the TWT for a check for $70.00, all totaling $310.00. Chris caught his fish a little of everything.
In second among the competitors, Andrew Skinner of Winterville, NC, caught 5 bass weighing 6.83 pounds. Andrew pocketed a check for $94.
Taking third place, Chad Conwell of Hookerton, NC, caught 3 bass weighing 6.36 pounds.
In fourth place, Dewey Castleberry of Hubert, NC, caught 3 bass weighing 6.25 pounds. Dewey also had the Big Bass of the tournament weighing 4.21 pounds, he was rewarded with a check for $70.
David Price of Kealy, NC, rounded out the top five competitors with 5 bass weighing 5.49 pounds.
Winning a 10% discount at Moore’s BBQ was Rick West of Rocky Mount.
The next divisional tournament will be held 10/7/2017 on NE Cape Fear River in Castle Hayne, NC. This tournament will be an OPEN tournament and anyone can fish.
I would like to thank our local sponsor for supporting this tournament.
Chris Wells—Moore’s BBQ
For more information on this or any future event in this division contact Chad Conwell at (252)717-8602 or by email at [email protected]
These anglers are earning valuable points toward the divisional angler of the year title. The points champion from each division will compete in the annual Ram American Bass Anglers AFT Angler of the Year Final Round at the Ram American Fishing Tour National Championship.
The Ram American Fishing Tour offers low cost, close to home bass tournaments that are designed for the weekend angler. All ABA anglers fish for money and points. The points advance the angler to their divisional championship and the top 500 anglers in the US are invited to the Ram American Fishing Tour National Championship. For more information on American Bass Anglers please visit www.americanbassanglers.com or call (256)232-0406.
American Bass Anglers, Inc. is supported by Ram Trucks, Triton Boats, Mercury Outboards, Carlisle Tires, GEICO, Berkley, Abu Garcia, T-H Marine, Livingston Lures, Best Western Hotels, Maui Jim, Power Pole, Simms, Garmin, Divide-It, and SiriusXM Marine Weather. American Bass Anglers, Inc. can be contacted at (256) 232-0406 or by visiting americanbassanglers.com
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