Jack and LaVonda Napier Take Couples win on Guntersville
Jack and LaVonda Napier from Decatur Alabama won the Alabama North Couple event on Lake Guntersville the 16th of June 2018. They Landed 20.66 pounds of bass for the win. Jack also reeled in the big bass pot with his 5.37 lb largemouth. Seven teams competed with four teams catching limits. The weather was a factor. The heat index was 102 degrees. Second place with a limit weighing 15.32 pounds was team Draskovic.
Ladies Big bass pot was won by Kelly Wells with a true Guntersville special weighing 7.76 pounds.
1st Jack and LaVonda Napier 20.66 lbs
2nd Ken and Pam Draskovic 15.37 lbs
3rd Mike Garlen 12.11lbs
4th Ricky and Lauri Ramie 11.71 lbs
5th John Pryhoda and Kellen Wells 11.10
Next Divisional Tournament: This division’s next tournament will on Lake Guntersville 23rd of out of Goosepond.
For more information on this or any future event in this division contact MikeGarlen 256-998-0171
All ABA American Couples Series events involve a team format with each team composed of one man and one woman. Contestants between the ages of 14 and 16 years old may participate with a parent’s written permission.
The top angling couples from across the nation earn the right to compete in the annual American Bass Anglers Couples Series National Championship Tournament.
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South Carolina Couples Cancels 12/8 Tournament
The South Carolina Couples Division 11 has canceled the 12/8 tournament scheduled for Lake Wateree. This decision has been made due to falling lake levels, the ramp and the launch site is inaccessible. We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused and look forward to seeing you all at the next tournament.
South Carolina Heads to Lake Murray
ATHENS, Ala. – The South Carolina Division of the Bass Pro Shops Open Series presented by American Bass Anglers will hold its second event of the season on Lake Murray on February 23, 2019.
The competitors will launch from Dreher Island State Park located at 3677 State Park Road Prosperity South Carolina 29127. Anglers will begin fishing at 7:00 am or safe light on Saturday February 23rd with the weigh-in to start at 3:00 pm. Registration begins at 4:00 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. Friday 2/22/2019 local time at the ABA stage trailer at Dreher Island State park, with the pairings meeting to follow at 7:00 p.m.
Mason and Walker win new Triton boat at Guntersville
Saturday, February 9, 2019 the Bass Pro Shops Team Tour operated by American Bass Anglers held its first tournament of the regular season that launched from Goosepond Bait and Tackle on Guntersville Lake located in Scottsboro, Alabama. Ninety-three teams went to battle in cold weather conditions to try and win the 2019 Triton 17TX powered by a 60HP Mercury four-stroke with Garmin Echo-map plus 63CV valued at 20K. With a 5-pound lead over 2nd place Jimmy Mason and Lance Walker took the victory weighing in 5 fish for a total weight of 33.82-pounds. The team also earned a check for $900 for taking 1st place in the High Stakes Option Pot.