Airforce Team of Gunderman and Woodham Take the Lead on Day Two
Day two of the annual Military Team Bass Tournament is in the books. When the scales closed the Airforce team of David Gunderman of Gastonia, Nc and Clarence Woodham of Rock Hill, SC were sitting in the top position going into day three. Day one they brought back 16.94-lbs to the scales and today they brought in the largest bag of the tournament so far at 19.56-lbs giving them a two-day total of 36.50 lbs.
Holding second place just 4.10-lbs behind the leaders is the Navy Team of John Howard and Kenneth Ellis both from Elloree, SC. On day one they brought in 14.35-lbs and today they brought in 18.05-lbs giving them a two-day total of 32.40-lbs
Sitting in third going into the final day is the Airforce team of Eris Simpson and Thomas Breining both from Lakeland, GA. Day-one they managed to bring in 5-fish for 13.94-lbs and today they sacked up another limit for 15.37-lbs giving them a two-day total of 29.31-lbs.
The Airforce team of Brian Balcer of Niceville, FL and Jonathon Landis of Anchorage, AK landed the biggest bass for day two with a beautiful 6.81-lb largemouth.
Tomorrow is the third and final day of the annual Military Team Bass Tournament. The win is still anyone’s for the taking, as been seen in the past Lake Eufaula can be generous on some days and shut down on others. With a storm blowing in this evening it is bound to shake things up. The weights are close, and tournaments are won by ounces sometimes. All these Military Anglers are going to fish to the finish with cash prizes and bragging rights on the line.
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Ezerski takes the win on Potomac River
August 4th, 2019, Smallwood State Park, MD. Shawn Ezerski of Mt Airey, MD won the Bass Pro Shops Fishing Tour Maryland Division 11 Two Day Divisional Championship tournament presented by American Bass Anglers. Running out of Smallwood State Park near Marbury, Maryland Shawn brought back five-fish on day one that locked in the scales at 9.97 pounds and three fish on day two at 12.08 pounds for a total two-day limit of 22.05 pounds anchored by a 4.72-pound kicker.
Kentucky Lake Division August 4, 2019
The ABA Bass Pro Shops Couples Tour, Kentucky Lake Division completed their final tournament of 2019 this Sunday. The weather was nearly perfect right up to the weigh-in, at which time Mother Nature dropped high winds and heavy rains for about an hour. Fifteen teams participated today out of the Big Bear ramp. Teams fought a very tough bite all day. A total of 23 bass were brought to the scales for a combined weight of 64.98 pounds. We paid out a total of $1,275.
T-H MARINE INTRODUCES REDESIGNED HYDRAULIC STEERING LOCK
Huntsville, AL – August 6, 2019 – T-H Marine Supplies, Inc., of Huntsville, Alabama, announces the complete redesign and reintroduction of their STEER STOP® Outboard Hydraulic Steering Lock. Using two stabilizer clips that attach to an outboard motor's hydraulic steering rams, STEER STOP® works by keeping the engine centered and preventing damage that occurs when a motor swings left and right during transport. The new and improved STEER STOP® is now available online and will also be available through a variety of retailers.
“The original STEER STOP® paved the way, but it was time to make improvements so it could be even more reliable, more durable, and easier to use,” said T-H Marine President and CEO, Jeff Huntley. “Now boaters will notice several ways the new STEER STOP® stands apart from imitation and performs better than any other hydraulic steering lock on the market.”
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.