Chandler Ray sets D12 Record on Lake Eufaula
Chandler Ray of Edison, GA won the Bass Pro Shops Fishing Tour D12 tournament presented by American Bass Anglers on 03/03/2019. Running out of Lakepoint Marina near Eufaula, AL Chandler brought back a massive five-fish limit that locked in the scales at 30.58-lbs anchored by a 6.87-lb kicker setting a new D12 one-day record. For the victory, Chandler took home a check for $801.
Second place was claimed by Ryan Ingram with five-fish and a total weight of 27.35-lbs. For his efforts, Ryan took home a check for $548.
Dustin Wood took third with five-fish and a total weight of 24.53-lbs. He took home a check for $281 for his efforts
The lake was stained and fortunately, all anglers were off the water and headed home when tornadoes struck the area. The lake is now off limits for Anglers participating in the Ray Scott Championship.
1st Chandler Ray 30.58-lbs 2nd Ryan Ingram 27.35-lbs 3rd Dustin Wood 24.53-lbs 4th Michael M Smith 22.25-lbs 5th Scott Sheffield 17.55-lbs 6th Donald Rutledge 17.40-lbs 7th Larry Mcdonald 16.27-lbs 8th Don Thomas 15.87-lbs 9th Ken Greene 15.82-lbs 10th Steve Graziano 15.75-lbs
The next tournament in this division will take place on 04/20/2019 launching from Lakepoint Marina.
For more information on this event or division please contact local director Deacon Collins at (404)862-4233 or visit www.americanbassanglers.com
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