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Hutton and Biondo Take Win in May CBA, Truck’ N Trailers Bass Open

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First Place Winners - Gary Hutton and J.P. Biondo First Place Winners - Gary Hutton and J.P. Biondo
CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) – Gary Hutton and J.P. Biondo  topped the field of 162  anglers catching a 5 bass limit weighing 26.77 pounds to win first place and $2,000.00 in the Truck’ N Trailers U.S.A. Open CBA Bass Tournament. This tournament was held Saturday, May 17th out of Chester Frost Boat Ramp. 

 Gary said “It was a great day on the water, we caught fish all day using a variety of baits and fishing a lot of different depths”. Gary is a veteran fisherman of the C.B.A. and has won several events in the past.

Josh and Bruce Wofford had big fish of the tournament with a super giant large mouth that weighed 8.33 pounds good for 2 Denali rods and $100.00.

Second big bass of the tournament was a 7.71 large mouth that was caught by Thomas Henshaw and Dusty Elrod, good for $100.00.

David and Zach Crider won the highest finishing new team award and Josh and Jeff Reed won the highest finishers in the youth division.

The next C.B.A. day event will be June 7th out of Chester Frost Park.

The top 14 are as follows:
1. Gary Hutton/J.P. Binodo - $2,000.00 - 26.77lbs.
2. Thomas Henshaw/ Dusty Elrod - $850.00 - 26.14 lbs.
3. Shane Frazier /Dallas George - $750.00 - 26.11 lbs.
4. David Crider/ Zach Crider - $650.00 - 25.10 lbs.
5. Matt Powell/John Powell - $550.00 - 24.49 lbs                    

6.  Jeff Reed/Josh Reed - $450.00 - 24.22 lbs.                   
7.  Rogne Brown/Carey Dotson - $400.00 - 23.88 lbs.
8. Todd Smith/Heath Dalrymple - $350.00 - 23.64 lbs.
9.  Steve Kite/Daniel Lewis - $300.00 - 23.62 lbs.                

10.  Greg Shaver/Daniel Morgan - $250.00 - 23.52 lbs.               
11.  Buddy Gross/James Milling - $200.00 - 22.64 lbs.                
12.  Seth Davis/Brent Butler - $200.00 - 22.08 lbs.              
13.  David Olinger/Nick Smith - $150.00 - 21.91 lbs.               
14.  Mike Looney/Chris Grant - $150.00 - 21.25 lbs.

For more info visit: www.cbatournament.com


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