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Seaton wins BFL Pickwick Lake

FLW Bass Fishing League

David Seaton of Buchanan, Tenn., caught a 10-bass limit weighing 25 pounds, 1 ounce Oct. 29-30 to win a trip to the 2011 BFL All-American presented by Chevy and $4,779 at the Chevy Wild Card tournament on Pickwick Lake. He was fishing the dam to Trace Bridge with topwater baits to claim victory. The monetary prizes were awarded based on entry in to the optional pot available.

The top six anglers who also qualified for the All-American were:

2nd: Dennis Rhead, Elmwood, Wis., 10 bass, 23-10, $2,389
3rd: Burton Bryan, Sevierville, Tenn., nine bass, 23, $1,807
4th: Brent Anderson, Kingston Springs, Tenn., 10 bass, 22-10, $1,274
5th: Wade Dodgens, Easley, S.C., 10 bass, 22-7, $1,009
6th: Brandon Bolton, West Point, Miss., 10 bass, 21-12, $903

The remaining top 10 were:

7th: Mark Svendsen, Doraville, Ga., six bass, 20-11, $796
8th: Robert Naramore, Hampton, Ga., 10 bass, 20-6, $717
9th: Jay Brewer, Collinwood, Tenn., seven bass, 20-4, $637
10th: Mark Davis, Memphis, Tenn., nine bass, 20-3, $584

Jett Loach of Ringgold, Ga., caught nine bass weighing 23 pounds, 2 ounces Oct. 29-30 to win a trip to the 2011 BFL All-American and $2,367 in the Co-angler Division. He was fishing the dam to Trace Bridge with topwater baits to earn his victory. The monetary prizes were awarded based on entry in to the optional pot available.

The top six co-anglers who also qualified for the BFL All-American were:

2nd: Anthony Ingle, Trion, Ga., nine bass, 19-1, $1,184
3rd: Todd Stopher, London, Ky., 10 bass, 17, $893
4th: Chuck Nelson, Elmore City, Okla., seven bass, 15-2, $631
5th: Stephen Tyson, Camden, Ark., five bass, 14-5
6th: Shane Winchester, Glasgow, Ky., eight bass, 13-15, $500

The remaining top 10 were:

7th: Bob Harrington, Piedmont, Okla., seven bass, 13-8, $447
8th: John Thomas, New Palestine, Ind., nine bass, 13-4, $395
9th: Timmy Cales, Sandstone, W.Va., seven bass, 13-2, $355
10th: Jeffrey Ware, Rixeyville, Va., five bass, 12-7, $316

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