Michael Wasden Takes D32 On Kentucky Lake
Michael Wasden of Paris, TN won the American Fishing Tour Division 32 on Kentucky Lake out of Paris Landing April 29th. His five fish bag weighed 21.51 lbs. He won $543 for his first place finish. His big fish was 5.94 lbs. Taking second place was Andy Tyler with 5 fish for 13.71 lbs. He took home $329. Matt Campbell was third with 5 fish for 13.65 lbs. He took home $108. Harold Troutt was fourth with 5 fish for 12.84 lbs and Tom O’Bryant was fifth with 4 fish for 10.95 lbs.
The top ten
Place Name Fish BB Total Points 1 Mike Wasden 5 5.94 21.51 200 2 Andy Tyler 5 0 13.71 199 3 Matt R. Campbell 5 0 13.65 198 4 Harold W. Troutt 5 0 12.84 197 5 Tom O Bryant 4 0 10.95 196 6 Buddy Wallace 3 0 9.43 195 7 Anthony J. Huddleston 2 0 7.68 194 8 Houston McSwain 2 4.68 7.64 193 9 Michael Pappa Q L. Quatrone 1 5.42 5.42 192 10 Bill Wasden 2 0 5.06 191
The next tournament in the division is 05/26/2018 on Kentuck Lake, launching from Paris Landing.
For more information on this division and upcoming events please contact local director Buddy Wallace at 731-695-5387
These anglers accrued valuable points toward the Divisional Angler of the Year title. The points champion from each division will compete in the annual American Bass Anglers AFT Angler of The Year Final Round at the AFT Championship. In addition, the top 500 anglers from the various divisions will earn the right to compete in the three-day ABA, AFT National Championship tournament.
The 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 American Fishing Tour National Championship for this fall on Lake Hartwell near Anderson SC.
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