Cinderella No More: Johnson Wins Lady Bass Classic; Mayo Wins Triple Crown
(Florence, AL) – Anglers participating in the 2015 Lady Bass Anglers Association (LBAA) Lady Bass Classic were once again faced today with changing conditions and a changing bite. Even though the bite was different each day, Center, Alabama Pro Lisa Johnson made the best of those changing conditions and brought another limit to the scales weighing in three Lake Pickwick bass weighing 10.31-pounds to hold off the charge by Rookie of the Year Amanda Godfrey of Candler, NC and Foristell, MO Pro Lynda Gessner. Johnson's final three day weight was 35.00-pounds. Enough to win her first event for the 2015 season and the title of 2015 Lady Bass Classic Champion.
(Florence, AL) – The 30-angler field for the Lady Bass Anglers Association (LBAA) 2015 Lady Bass Classic have each began their individual quest for LBAA gold this week on Alabama’s Lake Pickwick. The field of 15 pros and 15 co’s are searching for a successful pattern in pre-practice on the Lake Pickwick that they hope will bring them a season ending championship in the 2015 Lady Bass Classic that takes place October 15, 16 and 17.
Three anglers however have a chance to win an elusive LBAA “Triple Crown”. To win an LBAA “Triple Crown” and angler would have had to win an event, win an end of year title (Angler of the Year or Rookie of the Year) and win the season ending 2015 LBAA Lady Bass Classic tournament.
Mayor Hudson Wins Lady Bass Anglers Bull Shoals Event
(Diamond City, AR) – The Lady Bass Anglers Association (LBAA) rolled into Diamond City, Arkansas to fish on Lake Bull Shoals well award that the newly elected Mayor, Jan Hudson would be a local favorite. That did not slow down any of the pros as they prepared and practiced on a lake with waters ranging from dingy and dirty to clear enough to read a quarter in 20 feet of water. Often times anglers are told to work the bait a certain way in order to get it to stand up or perform in certain manners. Those fishing in the clear water could see what this retoric was really all about.
Cindric Wins First Event of the Season for Second Year In A Row
(Shreveport, LA) – Anglers participating in the 2015 Lady Bass Anglers Association (LBAA) spring event on Lake Caddo were once again faced with changing conditions and a changing bite. As the LBAA arrived in Shreveport, Mother Nature had already been unleashing the rain and chilly weather. As the anglers practiced each day and worked to naviagte the unnique and beatiful waters of Lake Caddo, Mother Nature continued to drop rain all across the region. The water was rising even to the point that the navigation makers were starting to disappear and the yards of homes on the lake were being taken over by high waters.
(Benton, KY) –Murchison, Texas pro angler Pam Ridgle pulled in a 22.13-pound five-bass limit two days in a row from Kentucky Lake to claim her first win of the 2015 LBAA season. While Ridgle did not find a kicker bass to top off her sacks of bass, she did put togeher two solid days of fishing on a lake that contains waters that are nothing like what she fishes back home in Texas.