Alabama 2017 Schedule

Dates/Results Lake/Results Launch Ramp Register
3/25/2017 Guntersville Goose Pond:417 Ed Hembree Dr. Scottsboro, AL 35769
4/29/2017 Guntersville Goose Pond
6/24/2017 Guntersville Goose Pond
7/08/2017 Guntersville Goose Pond

2017 Championship

Dates/Results Lake Launch Ramp Register
9/23-24/2017 Chickamauga Dayton City
Division News

Entry Fees:
Division: $250 Boater Per Team
Championship - 2 Triton Mercury Packages first place
Make sure you are aware of the Rules.

Divisional News

Deakins & Gregory Dominates at Guntersville

 The team of Marshall Deakins and Bryan Gregory won the Ram 100% Plus Team Tour event on April 28, 2017 at Lake Guntersville

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Butler and Tate Come Out Victorious at Guntersville

The team of Josh Butler of Hayden, Alabama and Jeb Tate of Dora, Alabama won the season opener of the Ram 100% Plus Team Tour event on March 25, 2017 at Lake Guntersville. Butler and Tate brought in the winning limit weighing 24.31 pounds to win a new 2017 Triton Boats 17TX with a Mercury 60hp four stroke outboard, Garmin Echomap units, Motorguide trolling motor, and a host of T-H Marine products valued at $20,000. 

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Robinson and Carter Take Win on Guntersville

The team of Tracy Robinson of Gadsden, Alabama and Mike Carter of Flat Rock, Alabama won big at the Ram 100% Team Tour event on September 10, 2016 at Lake Guntersville. Robinson & Cater brought in the winning limit weighing 21.93 pounds with a 6.34 pound kicker to win a new 2016 Triton Boats 17TX with a Mercury 60hp four stroke outboard, Garmin Echomap units, Motorguide trolling motor, Power Pole, and a host of T-H Marine products valued at $20,000. Robinson and Carter will both receive a new Simms Challenger rain suit for being the top team at this event. This victory also sealed the Anglers of the Year position for Robinson and Carter and they will receive entry fees into the 2017 tournament season.

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Harvey & Beck Win Big at Wheeler Lake

The team of Tony Harvey of Rogersville, Alabama and Donny Beck of Florence, Alabama won big at the Ram 100% Team Tour event on June 11, 2016 at Wheeler Lake. Harvey and Beck brought in the winning limit weighing 23.87 pounds with a 6.20 pound kicker to win a new 2016 Triton Boats 17TX with a Mercury 60hp four stroke outboard, Garmin Echomap units, Motorguide trolling motor, Power Pole, and a host of T-H Marine products valued at $20,000. Harvey and Beck also walked away with $500 Leer Big Bass award and $900 from the High Stake Option Pot making their total winnings for the event greater than $21,000.

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Leary & Hatfield Win Guntersville Ram Trucks 100% Plus Team Event

The team of Jim Leary and Steve Hatfield won the Alabama division Ram Trucks 100% Plus Team Tour event on March 26, 2016 at Lake Guntersville. Leary and Hatfield weighed in a whopping 31.15 pounds to win a new 2016 Triton Boats 17TX with a Mercury 60hp four stroke outboard, Garmin Echomap units, Motorguide trolling motor, Power Pole, and a host of T-H Marine products valued at $20,000. The team also won $1150 from the High Stakes Option Pot.

“First cast, my trolling motor stop working. I stopped to fix it and when I reeled my bait in, I had one of our big ones on. Then, we hit a bit of a dry spell,” said Leary.

“We caught them on swimbaits and Chatterbaits, fishing drains and spawning areas. We caught them early and then, it got tough on us. Then, we went a little deeper and were able to cull a few more times. We caught our fish anywhere from 6-9 feet of water,” said Hatfield.

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Worsham & Henshaw Take Home New Triton Boat at Lake Guntersville

The team of Greg Worsham and Thomas Henshaw won the first Alabama division Ram 100% Team Tour event of the year on February 20, 2016 at Lake Guntersville. Worsham and Henshaw brought in the winning limit weighing 26.09 pounds to win a new 2016 Triton Boats 17TX with a Mercury 60hp four stroke outboard, Garmin Echomap units, Motorguide trolling motor, Power Pole, and a host of T-H Marine products valued at $20,000.

“We prefished a few times and managed to find a few schools, so we knew where we wanted to go this morning. They bite differently every time, so it’s a matter of figuring out what they were eating today. We caught then on a swimbait and on a lipless crankbait. We caught them in 3-5 feet of water. We caught everything we had by 10:30 this morning. We culled numerous times and we felt we had the most weight we would get from our main spot, so we left and went looking for bigger bites,” said Worsham.

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