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2013 IBF Brookeville Invitational





Presented in partnership with A2O Boating Supplies and Pro Shop of Jeffersonville and Sutterfield’s Plaque and Trophy of Indianapolis.

The spring rain finally quit and the clear skies came through. Although cooler than we would like the second tournament of the trail season was concluded Sunday. There were 61 Anglers and 61 Co-Anglers.

15 five fish limits were brought to the scales but the average size of the fish was down this year compared to last year.

Angler Division

1st     Phil Miller,                    5 totaling    12.14          $2,562.00

2nd   Philip Reel,          5 totaling    11.90          $1,601.25

3rd    Tim Maupin        5 totaling    10.70          $  960.75

4th    Chris Cox            5 totaling      9.70           $  640.50

5th    Rick Robertson   5 totaling      9.52           $  384.30

6th    Terry McWilliams 5 totaling   8.60           $  256.20

7th    Fred Coleman     5 totaling      8.54, A2O Fishing Rod

Big Bass  Russ Sproessig   3.62                              $610.00

Brookville_Co-AnglersCo-Angler Division

1st     Eric Pate              5 totaling    8.38            $1,281.00

2nd   Dustin Miller       4 totaling    7.84            $  800.62

3rd    Al Gillum             5 totaling    7.60            $  480.38

4th    Todd Haggerman         4 totaling    7.54            $  320.25

5th    Chris Bortlein      5 totaling    7.32            $  192.15

6th    Mark Heidt                   4 totaling    6.34            $  128.10

7th    Curtis Reed                   4 totaling    6.28   A2O Fishing Rod

Big Bass Fred Crawford    3.18                          $305.00

Phil Miller’s win and his 7th place at Patoka give him a total of 194 points and a share of the lead with Chris Cox who has posted two 4th place finishes.

The Co-Angler race is almost as close as Al Gillum only leads Dustin Miller by one point.  Al’s 8th and 3rd has him with 191 points. Dustin’s 10th and 2nd places give him 190.  Brookville’s winner Eric Pate is third with 189.


The next two Trail events will be at the Ohio River Rocky Point on June 1st and 2nd.  This will be two separate tournaments.

Kenny Swint,

Proud to be your Tournament Director