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Lady Bass Anglers Set to Fish in Kentucky Lake Tournament

The Lady Bass Anglers Association will bring the third stop on the 2015 tournament season to  Kentucky Lake. Kentucky Lake is the mainstream reservior of the Tennessee river. The dam backs up about 160,000 acres of water making it the largest of the Tennessee Valley Authority reservoirs  The companion body of water is Lake Barkley which impounds 118 miles of the Cumberland river. These two bodies of water are connected by a channel near the dams of each reservior. Both bodies of water will provide the LBAA  anglers with plenty of opportunities to bring in bigs sacks of fish each day. 

Cheryl Bowden. Photo courtesy of Larry Morris, LBAA Media Specialist

Cheryl Bowden. Photo courtesy of Larry Morris

The state record fish for the state of Kentucky are 13 lbs 10.4 ounces for largemouth,11 lbs 15 ounces for smallmouth, which is also a world record and 7 lbs and 10 ounces for spotted bass. This two day pro/am event will have pro-anglers competing to bring in the heaviest 5 fish limit comprised of any combination of largemouth, or spotted bass. Co-anglers are looking for the same species but only need 3 fish for a bag limit each day.The state record fish for the state of Kentucky are 13 lbs 10.4 ounces for largemouth,11 lbs 15 ounces for smallmouth, which is also a world record and 7 lbs and 10 ounces for spotted bass. This two day pro/am event will have pro-anglers competing to bring in the heaviest 5 fish limit comprised of any combination of largemouth, or spotted bass. Co-anglers are looking for the same species but only need 3 fish for a bag limit each day.

Pam Martin-Wells2, LBAA champ

Pam Martin-Wells (LBAA photo)

The state record fish for the state of Kentucky are 13 lbs 10.4 ounces for largemouth,11 lbs 15 ounces for smallmouth, which is also a world record and 7 lbs and 10 ounces for spotted bass. This two day pro/am event will have pro-anglers competing to bring in the heaviest 5 fish limit comprised of any combination of largemouth, or spotted bass. Co-anglers are looking for the same species but only need 3 fish for a bag limit each day.

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The angler in each division with the largest combined two day weight will be awarded the top cash prize for her division. One angler  each day will also be awarded a $250 cash prize for the biggest bass of the day. Cash payouts in each division will be paid to every 1 in  5 anglers registering for the tournament.
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