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Indiana Bass Federation Brookville Results


In partnership with A2O Boating Supplies and Pro Shop, American Boat and Yacht Fiberglass Repair, Dixie Marine and Lucas Oil Marine Products, the 2014 Brookville Invitational was held Sunday, April 13, at the Garr Hill Ramp. There were 65 Anglers and 65 Co-Anglers who battled the wind for 9 hours. Despite the wind, it was warm and comfortable. 39 Anglers and 23 Co-Anglers were able to bring a combination of smallmouth and largemouth to the scales. The Angler winner, Lewis Mallory of Martinsville, brought a 5 bass limit of largemouth and smallmouth to the scales weighing 11.58 lbs. Lewis was the 2011 Co-Angler winner of the IBF Forrest L. Wood Classic. This was Lewis’ first win since switching to the Angler division. This win netted Lewis $ 2,661.75

Dustin Riggs of New Castle, Indiana bested the Co-Anglers with a 3 fish sack of Brookville smallmouth. Dustin’s three weighed 7.28 lbs and netted him his first win in his 3 years with IBF. Dustin took $1,330.88 back to New Castle. A big thanks to Rick Frame of Frame’s Outdoor in Liberty Indiana for hosting our registration meeting in his fabulous Indoor Archery Range.

Other award winning anglers include: Read the rest of this entry »

Indiana Bass Federation Patoka Results

The first INDIANA BASS FEDERATION  2014 Invitational is history.  Cold and breezy would sum up the weather but at least it was sunny and dry!   The fish were biting for some and several fish over 5 lbs were brought in.

Rob Kelley of Greenwood bested the field with 3 lunkers weighing 13.22 lbs.  Rob walked away with $3072.30 and the Honey Creek Tackle Angler Trophy. We had 76 Anglers and 74 Co-Anglers participate. We paid 8 places on each side. Read the rest of this entry »

Ignoring Dock Talk – The Key to becoming a Better Angler

Ignoring Dock Talk – The Key to becoming a Better Angler
By Tom Stark

Year after year, tournament after tournament anglers are bombarded with dock talk. Many times people listen to the dock talk allowing themselves to second guess their strategies and strengths. It happens all the time someone say’s the fish are spawning , up under the docks , or really stacked up in a certain location or whatever. To become a better angler you really need to go into every fishing day with an open mind. Read the rest of this entry »

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