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Texas Co Angler Alicia White

My name is Alicia White. I am 21 years old and I have always loved fishing. I really started wanting to learn more and more and get into some tournaments when I met the love of my life Chris. He has inspired me to reach for the stars and do what I love to do.

I began fishing local tournaments on Lake Athens  and my first tournament, I won first place with biggest bass weighing 8.32 lbs and 24 1/2 inches long. I caught it on a 1/4 ounce rattletrap. I can't even begin to explain the excitement that was flowing through my body. Me and my fiance' fished the Texas Team Trails and I pulled a check on Lake Sam Rayburn. I hope to accomplish more days like that.

My fishing goals are to learn more every day that I am on the water or even at a stock pond. One of my all-time favorite baits would be wacky style senko, or a weightless fluke.

One thing that I would like to share with other anglers is "do not give up, work towards your dreams and keep a smile on your face. It gets tough but it will be worth it in the end."

I heard about the LBAA on an internet search while looking for women's bass tournaments. I lookforward to meeting a lot of new women and sharing our goals and stories along the way. 

I currently work for Bass Pro Shops in Garland as a Texas Certified Sales Consultant in Boat Sales. It's like walking into a candy store every day and getting to see all the new features each year has to bring. I ahve met so many great people and learn something new every day. I hope to become a professional bass angler one day and I know I won't stop trying no matter what. I hope to meet and encourage women around the world to fish and enjoy it just like I do.

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Kick off on Caddo Lake

The LBAA turns its' attention rto the 2018 season which will kick off on Caddo Lake in March. The second event will be in May on Lake Logan Martin. June brings us to the Wildcard event on Kentucky Lake. The season rounds out with the 8th Lady Bass Classic on Lake Bull Shoals in Arkansas! Registration is up! Follow the links for more on membership and tournament registration!

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The Lady Bass Anglers Association, 2018 Tour

The Lady Bass Anglers Association is gearing up for the 2018 season! The 2018 season will kick off on Caddo Lake in Vivian, LA; next will be Logan Martin in Lincoln, AL; third stop will be the Wildcard event on Kentucky Lake, Benton, KY which will include a bonus open Kayak tournament, and the season will be rounded out with the Lady Bass Classic on Lake Bull Shoals in Diamond City, AR. Join us for action packed adventures with best female anglers in the country!

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