Jason Burroughs wins on Lake Russell
Twenty-eight anglers fished the D25 AFT tournament at Lake Russell. The day started out with temps in the low 50’s and increased to just above 60 for the 3 pm weigh in. There were 105 fish weighed in and all were released alive, thanks to all the anglers for taking care of their fish so that they could be released and caught another day.
Jason Burroughs of Hodges, SC took the win with a limit weighing in at 16.04lbs. Jason earned $651 for 1st Place + $162 for 1st Place in the Option Pot. He also earned Big Fish honors with a 5.41lb largemouth worth $140 for total earnings of $953.
Tracy Watkins of Williamston, SC came in 2nd Place with a limit weighing 14.09lbs. Tracy earned $404 for 2nd Place + $108 for 2nd Place in the Option Pot for total earnings of $512.
Jerry Kotal of Elberton, GA finished in 3rd Place with a limit weighing 12.32lbs. Jerry earned $137 for his 3rd Place finish.
Jonathon Webb of Elberton, GA finished in 4th Place with 12.28lbs. He received $108 for his 4th Place finish.
Roy Stuart of Anderson, SC finished in 5th Place with 11.99lbs. worth $72.
The next event for Division 25 will be held 12/17/2017 on Clarks Hill, launching from the Dorn Facility.
For more information on this and any upcoming events please contact local director Grover Jones at 252-217-2893 or visit www.americanbassangler.com
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, and SiriusXM Marine Weather.
American Fishing Tour - Latest News
Chris “Bean” Savage wins on Sutton Lake
May 18, 2019 Wilmington, NC, four anglers launched from Sutton Lake ramp near Wilmington, NC. It was extremely hot all day. Even in this unbearable heat, Chris “Bean” Savage from Lake Waccamaw, NC took the victory with 5 bass weighing 14.98lb. He also won the TWT. Chris took home $236 in prize money.
Treye and Carol Ward win on Kentucky Lake
The ABA Bass Pro Shops Couples Series Kentucky Lake Division experienced a very successful weekend. We had 14 teams participate. The weather was very wet and windy but the lake was cooperative and relatively smooth all day considering the conditions. All 14 teams weighed fish at the end of the day. 48 fish were caught weighing over 153 pounds. All fish were released alive and well. We paid out a total of $1,190.
McMillan Wins $2400 on Lake Okeechobee
ATHENS, Ala. – Dillon McMillan of Belle Glade, FL won the Bass Pro Shops Open Series Florida South tournament, held May 18th on the Lake Okeechobee. Running out of Scott Driver Park in Okeechobee, FL Dillon caught five bass weighing 23.03 pounds. For the Boater Division victory, McMillan took home a check for $2400 for his win.
Davis and Butler win a new Triton boat on Lake Guntersville
Sunday, May 5th, 2019 the ABA Triton 100% Plus Team Tour held its second tournament of the regular season that launched from Goosepond Bait and Tackle on Lake Guntersville located in Scottsboro, AL. Eighty-three teams went head to head, on a sunny but windy day, to try and win the 2019 Triton 17TX powered by a 60HP Mercury four-stroke with Garmin Echo-map plus 93SV valued at 20K. With a massive six-and-a-half-pound lead over 2nd place, Seth Davis and Brent Butler took the victory weighing in 5 fish for a whopping weight of 29.69 pounds.