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TEXAS DROUGHT MAKES FOR A TOUGH DAY ON O.H. IVIE
May 21 – ArmyBassAngler Pros had an all around difficult day as Bass Champs hosts its last South Region tournament on Lake O.H. Ivie. The 159 boats participating in this tournament found themselves stacked like sardines trying to find the honey hole that would yield a decent bag of fish....
ARMYBASSANGLERS PRO DAVID BEHM RETURNS TO A TOP 10 FINISH—HOOAH!
<span “color: #000000;”>May 14<sup “color: #000000;”>th<span “color: #000000;”>, 2011 – After recovering from back surgery to repair a ruptured disc in January, ArmyBassAngler Pro David Behm returns to a top 10 finish for his 1<sup “color: #000000;”>st<span “color: #000000;”> tournament of the year. The first tournament back found Dave Behm fishing...
LAKE TRAVIS YIELDS A LOT OF FISH; NOT A LOT OF BIG ONES – HOOAH!
May 7, 2011 ArmyBassAngler Pros, Randy Sitz and Ron Seevers, headed out on Lake Travis for the fourth Bass Champs central division tournament.  The team decided to head south to fish an area they had success in the past.  Fishing an intermediate point that sloped to deep water, Ron caught the first fish of the day on...
COALITION PRO DAVID BURNS & TASK FORCE PARTNER TAKE 3rd–HOOAH!
May 7th— ArmyBassAngler Coalition Pro David Burns & his Task Force partner pull out a 3rd place finish and a check on Lake Mead during the 5th Nevada Division Ultimate Bass Team Tour Tournament of the year held at Callville Bay Marina, Lake Mead, Nevada. On tournament day they had calm conditions with and...
No Motor, No Problem—HOOAH!
Fishing in Virginia has been tough on Missouri native, and for the past 7 years, and Texas resident. ArmyBassAnglers Pro  Jarod Shelton moved toVirginia a month ago to attend the Logistics Combined Captains Career Course at Fort Lee Virginia.  “I guess I have been spoiled in Texas, these Virginia bass are a little tricky” says...