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Travel Partners Heather Broom and Secret York both get it done on Guntersville

Pro angler Heather Broom and now Co-Angler Secret York have been friends for years and it was bound to determine to happen where they both win a tournament at the same time. They had a phenomenal practice together. Was able to continue on that throughout the tournament. Heather also takes home Toyota Bonus Bucks for her new Toyota Tundra TRD Pro purchase. Which looked really hood pulling that new Phoenix bass boat.

Coming in 2nd place on the Pro side was Ann Carmichael who is no stranger this season to cashing checks. She said today this season just got addicting especially after winning Bull Shoals event.

Fishing in her very first boater event Kristine Fischer took down that 3rd spot and cashed a nice check. Be on the lookout for Kristine's YouTube and Social media videos. As her experience was absolutley jaw dropping fishing with LBAA. But we'll let the pro fishing ambassador on social media tell her story.

Lisa Johnson rounded out the top 4 spots cashing the last check and had big bass which earned her an extra $500 from Joey Ridgle Septic and Sanitation plus a eco swimbait.

On the Co-Angler side finishing behind 2024 Angler of the Year Secret York was Kate Perkins. Kate won a drawing courtesy of Kristine Fischer on her socials and choose to check out the LBAA event on Guntersville as her trip. She was able to put together a good enough bag today and yesterday fishing to not only get 2nd place but to punch the final spot into the 2024 Lady Bass Classic at

3rd place went to Sherry Jacks who was able to fish her 2nd event this season and cash a check for her efforts. Sherry hopes to fish more now that her small business is taken off which should allow her if staffing is OK to join is more next season. We'll see her at Grand Lake I'm sure of that for the Classic.

4th place and cashing the last check spot was Dana Rabon. Dana has been away from LBAA taken care of her momma. She was finally able to sneak an event in since we came a little closer to South Carolina.

Cindy Adler-Jackson weighed the biggest bass and also was the highest placing Co -angler for the Toyota Bonus Bucks. It pays to drive Toyotas. Reliable and they also support the fishing industry as a whole and especially the ladies.

Want to thank everyone who fished with us this season. The angler of the year and Classic leaderboard has been finalized. Check it out on

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