Henderson Takes The First Day Of A Double Header On The Potomac River
Robert Henderson of King George, VA won the Bass Pro Shops Open Series event held on the Potomac River on 8/1/20. Running out of Smallwood State Park Henderson weighed in five bass bass weighing 13.91 pounds. Henderson took home $2300.00 for his catch.
“I caught my fish today on a variety of baits to include a swimbait, senko and a swim jig.
I caught most of my fish around grass,” said Henderson.
Taking second for the boaters, Kermit Crowder of Matoaca, VA weighed in a five bass limit weighing 12.28 pounds.
“I caught six fish today on a topwater bait and a swim jig,” said Crowder.
Taking third for the boaters Andrew Heivly of Malvern, PA weighed in five bass weighing 12.25 pounds.
“I came down and had no practice for the tournament. My co-angler and I caught a bunch of fish on a popper, swim jig and a senko,” said Heivly.
In fourth place for the boaters Jason Tibbets of Centerville, VA weighed in five bass weighing 12.02 pound. Rounding out the top five Steve Wiseman of Bryans Road, MD weighed in five bass weighing 11.51 pounds.
Boater big bass honors went to Jason Tibbets of Centerville PA with a bass that weighed 5.04 pounds. Tibbets took home $410.00 for his fish.
In the co-angler division Timothy Adams of Powder Springs, GA took top honors with three bass weighing 8.04 pounds. His limit was anchored by a bass weighing 3.14 pounds.
“I had five bites today all on a topwater frog,” said Adams.
In second place for the co-anglers, Justin Moffat of White Plains, MD weighed in three bass weighing 6.97 pounds.
“I caught one on a popper, 2 on a wacky senko, and I caught some cull fish on a swim jig and a spinnerbait,” said Moffat.
Taking third for the co-anglers, Leroy Harriott of Woodbridge, VA weighed in three bass weighing 6.93 pounds. Harriott was unavailable for comment.
In fourth place for the co-anglers, Russell Lohr of Monrovia, MD weighed in three bass weighing 6.91 pounds. Rounding out the top five, Norman McCord of Severn MD weighed in three bass weighing 6.49 pounds.
Co-angler big bass honors went to Joshua Luko of Coal Center, PA with a bass that weighed 4.01 pounds. Luko took home $375.00
The next event for the Maryland Division will be a double header on the Chesapeake Bay launching from Anchor Boats Marina in North East Maryland on 8/22/20 and 8/23/20.
About American Bass Anglers - American Bass Anglers is committed to providing low cost, close to home tournaments for the weekend angler while offering an upward path for individual angler progression. For more information about American Bass Anglers and all their bass tournament trails visit www.americanbassanglers.com.
American Bass Anglers is sponsored by: Bass Pro Shops, Triton Boats, Mercury Marine, Nitro Boats, Tracker Boats, MotorGuide, Garmin, T-H Marine, Abu Garcia, Berkley, Engel Coolers, Monster Energy, Lucas Oil, Maui Jim, Optima Batteries, Hotel Planner.com and Power-Pole. Mailing address: American Bass Anglers, Inc, PO Box 475, Athens, AL 35612 PH (256) 232-0406.
American Fishing Tour - Latest News
Vince & Amanda Smith Win Bass Pro Shops Couples Series National Championship
The team of Vince and Amanda Smith of Westminster, SC won the Bass Pro Shops Couples Series National Championship event held on Lake Keowee on 9/17-18/2020. On day one, the team sacked up a five bass limit weighing 9.98 pounds. On day two, the team caught another five bass limit weighing 13.22 pounds for a total of 23.20 pounds. For the win, the Smiths took home $2,500.00.
Nix Wins $2300 in Florida South Event on Lake Okeechobee
Neil Nix of Okeechobee, FL won the Bass Pro Shops Open Series Florida South tournament held September 26th on Lake Okeechobee. Running out of Roland Martin Marina & Resort in Clewiston, FL Nix caught five bass weighing 26.45 pounds. For the Boater Division victory, Nix took home a check for $2300.
Hopkins and Jenkins Take Team Tour Win on Old Hickory
The Team of John Hopkins and Tad Jenkins won the Bass Pro Shops Team Tour event held July 26th on Old Hickory. Running out of Flippers in Gallatin, TN John and Tad brought back a 5-fish limit to the scales that weighed in at 16.96-lbs. For the victory, they took home $3,600.