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Brown and Dotson Win Chattanooga Fish-N-Fun Open C.B.A. Bass Tournament

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CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) – The team of Rogne Brown and  Cary Dotson topped the field of 152  anglers catching a 5 bass limit weighing 24.75 pounds to win first place and $2,000.00 in The Chattanooga Fish-N- Fun Open C.B.A. Bass Tournament. This tournament was held Saturday, September 19th, 2015, out of Chester Frost Boat Ramp.

Rogne said “We had good practice days and a great day today”. 

Matt Gowan won the Denali big fish of the tournament with a largemouth that weighed 8.27 pounds, good for 2 Denali rods and $100.00.

Second big largemouth was caught by the team of Rogne Brown and Carey Dotson, a nice7.57 largemouth good for $100.00.

Shane Frazier, President of Chattanooga Bass Association, said “Special thanks to Fish-N-Fun for their sponsorship of this event”.

The top money winners are as follows:
1. Rogne Brown and Carey Dotson 24.76 lbs. $2000
2. Scott Gilley and Carter Day 22.10 lbs. $800
3. Josh and Chris Tramel 20.72 lbs $700
4. Steve Barnes and Spencer Smith 20.23 lbs. $650
5. Tom Kizziah Jr. and Tom Kizziah  Sr. 19.00 lbs. $550
6. Keith Ellis and Roger Kendrick 18.88lbs. $450
7. Mark Riggs and Rob Moore 18.53 lbs. $350
8.  Andy Parkinson and Mitch Oliver 18.04 lbs. $300
9. Jim Coffer and Matt Wendorf  17.63 $250
10. Gabe Yeargan and Sam Morgan 16.20  $200
 
The next C.B.A. night tournament will be held on October 10th, 2015, out of Chester Frost Park. This event will be sponsored by Jasper Engines and Tranmissions. This day event will start at first light and weigh- in will be at 4:00 p.m.

For more info visit: www.cbatournament.com

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