Morrow wins Lake Seminole

FLW Bass Fishing League

Troy Morrow of Toccoa, Ga., caught 14 bass weighing 44 pounds, 2 ounces to win the three-day BFL Lake Seminole Regional Championship which was held Oct. 21-23. Morrow won a Chevy truck and Ranger boat along with a trip to the 2011 BFL All-American for his efforts. He is the 2010 BFL All-American Champion and as such won a trip to the 2010 Forrest Wood Cup where he finished in fifth place this past Aug. Morrow was fishing the lower lake near Flint and was cranking ledges with a Spro Little John DD to win the tournament.

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

2nd: Tony Davis, Williston, Fla., eight bass, 39-2, $1,500
3rd: Allen Hayes, Pell City, Ala., 15 bass, 37-2, $1,100
4th: George Kapiton, Inverness, Fla., 15 bass, 35-14, $1,000
5th: Kip Carter, Loganville, Ga., 15 bass, 33-6, $900
6th: Harry Barton, Sterrett, Ala., eight bass, 32, $800

The remaining top 10 are:

Charles Cummings, Leeds, Ala., 13 bass, 26-15, $700
8th: Tim Jones, North Augusta, S.C., 10 bass, 25, $650
9th: Adam Brown, Attalla, Ala., 12 bass, 24-9, $600
10th: Greg Willimon, Pickens, S.C., nine bass, 23-2, $550

Randy Hill of Jonesboro, Ga., caught a total of seven bass weighing 25 pounds, 12 ounces Oct. 21-23 to win a Ranger boat along with a trip to the BFL All-American in the Co-angler Division. Hill was fishing in Spring Creek on the final day to secure his victory. He was flipping Sweet Beavers and Chigger Craw to win the tournament.

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

2nd: Barry Littlefield, Taylors, S.C., eight bass, 23, $750
3rd: Brock Stanaland, Okeechobee, Fla., 10 bass, 19-2, $550
4th: Gerrit Goins, Cleveland, Tenn., nine bass, 18, $500
5th: Brian Bell, Good Hope, Ga., nine bass 18, $450
6th: Brian Peterson, Jupiter, Fla., six bass, 17-12, $400

The remaining top 10 are:

7th: Darren Jeter, Marshall, N.C., three bass, 13-11, $350
8th: Kenneth Ballard, Munford, Ala., five bass, 13-4, $325
9th: Edwin Rivera, Orlando, Fla., five bass, 13-3, $300
10th: James Murphy, Phenix City, Ala., eight bass, 13-1, $275

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