Ultimate Bass

Talbott wins BFL on Smith Mountain Lake

Curtis Talbott of Forest, Va., caught a 5-bass limit weighing 20 pounds, 6 ounces Saturday, April 10, 2010 to win $4,359 in the FLW BFL Shenandoah Division tournament on Smith Mountain Lake. He used spinnerbaits near rocky points to bag his limit.

The remaining top 10 anglers were:

2nd: Thomas Wooten, Huddleston, Va., five bass, 19-3, $3,179
3rd: Terry Olinger, Hume, Va., five bass, 18-8, $1,452
4th: Darrell Stevens, Roseland, Va., five bass, 18, $1,017
5th: Philip Jarabeck, Lynchburg, Va., five bass, 17-15, $872
6th: Barton Wines, Warrenton, Va., five bass, 17-8, $799
7th: Marty Howard, Lynchburg, Va., five bass, 16-15, $726
8th: Derik Hudson, Hurt, Va., five bass, 16-11, $654
9th: Jerry Rice, Altavista, Va., five bass, 16-10, $581
10th: Boogie Atkins, Greenville, Va., five bass, 16-8, $509

David Frady of Roanoke, Va., caught four bass weighing 11 pounds, 13 ounces Saturday, April 10, 2010 to win $2,175 in the FLW BFL Shenandoah Co-angler Division on Smith Mountain Lake. Frady was using Bandit Tennessee Shad around rocks and lay downs to claim his victory.

The remaining top 10 co-anglers were:

2nd: Tommy Bell, Midlothian, Va., five bass, 11-4, $1,088
3rd: Gabriel Scott, Ruckersville, Va., five bass, 11, $726
4th: John Rigney, Axton, Va., five bass, 10-11, $507
5th: Keith Allen, Sumerduck, Va., four bass, 10-8, $435
6th: Russ Hamilton, Jr., Manassas, Va., five bass, 10-7, $399
7th: Thomas Hassler, Woodstock, Va., five bass, 10-2, $344
7th: Randy Hicks, Roanoke, Va., four bass, 10-2, $344
9th: Vic Riveras, Newport News, Va., five bass, 10-1, $290
10th: Tom Craig, Youngsville, N.C., three bass, 9-14, $254

The next BFL Shenandoah Division tournament is scheduled for May 15, at Kerr Lake in Henderson, N.C. After the fifth Shenandoah Division tournament is complete, the top 40 boaters and co-anglers based on point standings will qualify for the Regional Championship at the Potomac River in Woodbridge, Va., on Oct. 7-9, for a chance to win a 198VX Ranger boat with a 200-horsepower Evinrude or Yamaha outboard and a Chevy pick-up, co-anglers will fish for a new Ranger 198VX.

ABOUT FLW OUTDOORS FLW Outdoors, named after Forrest L. Wood, the legendary founder of Ranger Boats, is the largest fishing tournament organization in the world offering anglers worldwide the opportunity to compete for millions over the course of 189 tournaments in 2010. FLW Outdoors has also taken fishing mainstream with FLW Fantasy Fishing awarding the largest prizes in the history of fantasy sports. FLW Outdoors memberships are available featuring numerous benefits including Player’s Advantage. For more information about FLW Outdoors and its tournaments, visit FLWOutdoors.com or call (270) 252-1000. For more information about FLW Fantasy Fishing, visit FantasyFishing.com. FLWOutdoors.com



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