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Two first time winners at Bull Shoals Lake in Women's Pro Bass Tour

Long time LBAA members knocked down a long time goal of winning a womensprobasstour.com event at Bull Shoals. Ann Carmichael helped fill a spot as a co-angler at Toledo Bend last minute due to a cancellation for stop #1 but came back to her normal Pro side at Bull Shoals. Ann has been an amazing supporter of women's fishing and a valuable asset to have around tournaments with her knowledge of bass boats and trouble shooting. Ann was able to cross off the list winning a Lady Bass Anglers Association tournament. A long time goal of hers. She had to beat out some very experienced Anglers in the field including 2023 Angler of The Year Teri Cindric plus two Highway 125 Marina Rising Star Award Eligible up and coming Pro Contestants in Chloe Barnum and Cindy Adler-Jackson who both came to the boater side for the first time at their home lake here at Bull Shoals.


On the co-angler side we had another long time LBAA angler Jenny Orlowski achieve that goal of winning her first ever LBAA event. Jenny has been an amazing coangler for years now and finally got the win she's been close to getting a few times. Jenny weighed in the winning bag both days on the co-angler side. That's tough to do when you get a new random boater each day. She had to beat out last stops Toledo Bend Champ and retired Army Veteran of 21 year Pamela Holwerda. Plus one of our Co-Founders of the LBAA Secret York who is super consistent after making her switch back to the back of the boat. Not to mention Cassie "Roll Tide" Hall who put pressure on the field today with a big bag after having to miss her first event ever since LBAA has existed. If you didn't get a chance to catch the live weigh in it's on the Lady Bass Anglers Facebook page.

We want to the entire Peel, Arkansas area for their amazing hospitality from Anchor Pointe Resort and Copper Fish Resort to the amazing people at Highway 125 Marina. Bull Shoals is by far one of our favorite stops and we can't wait to be back in a year or two. Nobody treats you better than then the midlake Peel Ferry area of Bull Shoals. Even neighbors across the lake at Lakewoods Resort all work together with one another to make the even bigger events happen. If you're thinking about hosting a bass tournament or just love lake time. Check these four area businesses out and book your next trip.


Chloe Barnum was able to edge out Cindy Adler-Jackson for the Rising Star Award and earn the $500 new boater side pot.


Teri Bittner weighed in the Bait-wrx.com biggest bag of the week for the gift card side pot.


Cindy Adler-Jackson won the Toyota Bonus Bucks highest placing finisher.


Robbie Hartline took down Ridgle Septic and Sanitation Big Bass $500 side pot and a Clutchswimbatco.com "Eco" glide bait on the Pro Side.


Dianna Uebelhack took down Ridgle Septic and Sanitation Big Bass $250 side pot and a Clutchswimbatco.com "Eco" glide bait on the Co-Angler Side.


Vickie's Thread Works sponsors the smallest bass of the week. For a $50 bonus which usually goes to an angler outside of the money. As it did here with

Danalee Lofton and Allie Blake earned those checks.


1st out of the money Yo-Zuri sponsors a prizepack of line and tackle. That went to Cindy Adler-Jackson and Cassie Hall. Cassie rolled her prize down to Judith Skibinski since she's our Yo-Zuri representative.


2nd out of the money gets Toyota gear/prizepack which was Judith Skibinski and children's book Arthur Venetta Groeteke. Check out her book on Amazon titled Thank You Grandpa For Taking Me Fishing.


The results for the rest of the anglers at womensprobasstour.com under leaderboard.


Thank you to all of the amazing sponsors of the LBAA and Anglers that support this amazing organization. Not to late to register for Table Rock or Guntersville ladies if you love to fish.



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