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Adams and Prince Tackle Tough Chickamauga and Win the Jasper Engines Oct. C.B.A. Bass Tournament

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CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) - The team of Barron Adams and Trevor Prince Day caught a 5 bass limit weighing 20.01 pounds edging out a field of `124 anglers to win first place and $2,000.00 in the Jasper Engines and Transmissions C.B.A Oct0ber Bass Tournament. This tournament was held Saturday, October 1st out of Chester Frost Boat Ramp.

Barron said “We made a very long run to get to our fishing location and we stayed with the pattern we felt we had the best shot at big fish. We caught 7 bass all day ’’.

John Powell and Matt Powell had big bass of this event a super nice bass weighing 11.52 pounds good for 2 Duckett rods and $100 dollars. This bass took the lead in the Soddy Custom Tackle Big Bass of the Year Award over Ron Ray Bowman’S 10.78 large mouth.

Shane Frazier said “Special thanks to Jasper Engines and Transmissions for their sponsorship of this event”. They are one of our long time sponsors and can’t tell you how much we appreciate them.

All fish caught in this event were released back into Lake Chickamauga.

The top 10 money winners are as follows:

  1. Baron Adams and Trevor Prince, 20.01 lbs., $2000.00
  2. John Powell and Matt Powell, 18.71 lbs., $800.00
  3. Mark Eustice and Tim Pickett , 17.33 lbs., $600.00
  4. Wes Hardin and Carter Day, 16.69. lbs., $600.00
  5. Tracy Harden and Lamar Harden, 14.48 lbs., $450.00
  6. Adam Dysart and Tayme Cope, 14.04 lbs., $400.00
  7. Tom Hhelton and Mathew Beu, 13.46 lbs., $300.00
  8. Seth Davis and Brent Butler, 13,25 lbs., $250.00
  9. Anthony Corell and Logan Kokoszka, 13.15 lbs., $250.00
  10. Ron Willerson and Eric Cabaera, 12.60 lbs., $200.

The next C.B.A. will be the Tow Boat U.S. $10,000 Dollar Classic Championship held Oct. 15th and 16th, 2016 out of Chester Frost Park. There will be a mandatory pre tournament meeting at Hamilton Place Academy Sports starting at 6 p.m. Thursday night October13th all participants are urged to bring 2 toys valued at 10 dollars or more to donate to the Forgotten Child Fund.

For more info visit www.cbatournaments.com

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