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2/10/2018 Eufaula Lakepoint Resort State Park
3/10/2018 Seminole Reynolds Landing (Big Jims)
4/28/2018 Sinclair Little River Park
6/09/2018 Oconee Sugar Creek Marina
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10/13/2018
10/14/2018
Eufaula Lakepoint Resort State Park


Division News

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Division: $200 Boater/$100 Co-Anglers
Area Championship: $300 Boater/$150 Co-Anglers
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Divisional News

Batson Wins on Lake Oconee

Aaron Batson of Oxford, GA won the American Bass Anglers Ram Truck Open Series Georgia Division tournament, held June 17th on Lake Oconee.

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Georgia Division Heads to Oconee

ATHENS, Ala. – The Georgia Division of the Ram Truck Open Series will host the fourth event of the 2017 season June 17, 2017, on Lake Oconee in Buckhead, GA.

The competitors will launch at Sugar Creek Marina, located at 353 Parks Mill Road, Buckhead, GA 30625.  Anglers may begin fishing at 6:00a.m. or safe light. The weigh-in will begin at 2:00p.m. Registration begins at 4 p.m. local time at Sugar Creek Marina with the tournament briefing to begin at 7:00 p.m. Friday evening. To register for this tournament, see 

http://www.ramopenseries.com/EventDetails.php?id=8818

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Wiley Wins Georgia Event on Lake Sinclair

 

Jason Wiley of Soperton, Ga won the American Bass Anglers Ram Truck Open Series Georgia Division tournament, held April 29th on Lake Sinclair.

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Georgia Heads to Sinclair

ATHENS, Ala. – The Georgia Division of the Ram Truck Open Series will host the third event of the 2017 season April 29, 2017 on Lake Sinclair in Milledgeville, GA

The competitors will launch at Little River Park, located at 3069 North Columbia Street, Milledgeville, GA. 31061. Anglers may begin fishing at 7:00 a.m. or safe light. The weigh-in will begin at 3:00 p.m. Registration begins at 4 p.m. local time at Little River Park with the tournament briefing to begin at 7:00 p.m. Friday evening. To register for this tournament, see 

http://www.ramopenseries.com/EventDetails.php?id=8816

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Howell Wins on West Point

Tim Howell of Ball Ground, Georgia won the American Bass Anglers Ram Truck Open Series Georgia Division tournament, held March 11th on West Point.

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Georgia Heads to West Point

ATHENS, Ala. – The Georgia Division of the Ram Truck Open Series will host the second event of the 2017 season March 11, 2017, on West Point in LaGrange, GA

The competitors will launch at Pyne Road Park Mega Ramp, located at 4481 Roanoake Rd, LaGrange, GA 30241. Anglers may begin fishing at 6:45a.m. or safe light. The weigh-in will begin at 2:30 p.m. Registration begins at 4 p.m. local time at Pyne Road Park with the tournament briefing to begin at 7:00 p.m. Friday evening. To register for this tournament, see 

http://www.ramopenseries.com/EventDetails.php?id=8814

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Welcher Wins Georgia Season Opener on Lake Eufaula

Kyle Welcher of Opelika, Alabama won the American Bass Anglers Ram Truck Open Series Georgia Division tournament, held February 11th on Lake Eufaula.

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Georgia Division Opens at Lake Eufaula

ATHENS, Ala. – The Georgia Division of the Ram Truck Open Series will open the 2017 season February 11, 2017, on Lake Eufaula in Eufaula, AL.

The competitors will launch at Lakepoint Resort State Park, located at 104 Lakepoint Dr. Eufaula, AL, 36027. Anglers may begin fishing at 6:15 a.m. or safe light. The weigh-in will begin at 2:30 p.m. Registration begins at 4 p.m. local time at Lakepoint Resort State Park with the tournament briefing to begin at 7:00 p.m. Friday evening. To register for this tournament, see 

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Sanders Wins on West Point

Curtis Sanders of Guyton, Georgia won the American Bass Anglers Ram Truck Open Series Georgia division tournament, held June 25th on the West Point.

Running out of Pyne Road Mega Ramp near LaGrange, Curtis caught five bass weighing 14.92 pounds. “I caught all my fish Texas rigging soft plastics up the river all the way to Franklin.  I was targeting wood lay-downs and blow-downs.  It was a better morning bite but the larger fish came later in the day.” Sanders said. For the Boater Division victory, Sanders took home a check for $5,000. 

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Georgia Division Heads to West Point

ATHENS, Ala. – The Georgia Division of the Ram Truck Open Series will hold its next event of the season on June 25, 2016, on West Point Lake near LaGrange, GA.

The competitors will launch at Pyne Road Park Mega Ramp, located at 4481 Roanoke Road, LaGrange, GA, 30241. Anglers may begin fishing at 6:15a.m. or safe light. The weigh-in will begin at 2:30 p.m. Registration begins at 4 p.m. local time at Pyne Road Park Mega Ramp with the tournament briefing to begin at 7:00 p.m. Friday evening. To register for this tournament, see www.americanbassanglers.com/proddetail.php?prod=8738.

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$5000 Payday for Evans at Lake Eufaula

Marty Evans of Peachtree City, GA won the Georgia Division Ram Truck Open Series event at Lake Eufaula on April 30, 2016. Evans brought in a 14.34 pound limit to win $5000. “I was fishing up the river, just a little ways. I caught them on a Rico early and a Baby Brush Hog in the afternoon. Those were the only five I caught today,” said Evans.

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Parker Takes Co-angler Win at Sinclair

Ronald Parker of Brunswick, GA was the co-angler champion of the Ram Truck Open Series event held on February 30, 2016 at Lake Sinclair. Parker’s 10.42 pound limit was worth $1600. “We made our first stop in Rooty Creek and I caught my biggest fish in four casts. I got my second fish about 11:00 and my third fish about 1:00. That’s all I caught all day. I was throwing a spinnerbait in the grass and letting it fall at the edge of the grass,” said Parker.

George Haynie of Cordele, GA finished in second place on the co-angler side with 8.89 pounds to win $540. “I caught five fish today and culled two small ones. I was just throwing a small crankbait. We were fishing pockets all day and I just got lucky. That’s all I can say. It was a tough day,” said Haynie.

Kenneth Morrell of Ellabell, GA brought in 8.38 pounds to finish in third place and win $360. “I lost a big one, right off the bat. I caught everything on a Biffle Bug jig with a Strike King Rodent trailer,” said Morrell.

Co-angler Big Bass honors went to Timothy Woods of Midville, GA with a 5.58 pound largemouth bass worth $195 from the Big Bass Pot. Woods caught his Big Bass flipping a dock in the mid-lake area.

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Dillard Wins $5000 Payday at Lake Sinclair

Van Dillard of Eatonton, GA won the Georgia Division Ram Truck Open Series event at Lake Sinclair on February 27, 2016. Dillard brought in a 17.88 pound bag of Lake Sinclair bass to win $5000. “The bite was better in the morning. I fished the mid-lake area all day and caught them on a jig and a Chatterbait. I was mostly targeting wood in the backs of pockets, very shallow,” said Dillard.

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English Wins Georgia Opener at Lake Seminole

Jim English of Gordon, AL was the co-angler champion of the Ram Truck Open Series event held on January 30, 2016 at Lake Seminole. English’s 7.12 pound limit was worth $1500 and he also had the 5.25 pound Co-angler Big Bass worth an additional $195. “We were fishing over on the Chattahoochee, flipping and my boater treated me very well,” said English.

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Greene Takes $5000 Win at Lake Seminole

Ken Greene of Lumpkin, GA won the Georgia Division Ram Truck Open Series opener at Lake Seminole on January 30, 2015. Greene brought in a 16.87 pound limit of Seminole bass to win $5000 for first place and $640 from the Big Bass Pot. “I caught the majority of my fish flipping with a Big Bot Fightin’ Frog in Hematoma color. Yesterday, I just picked up my flipping stick after not being able to catch much of anything. I just started looking for little mats along the river channel and just flipping into them. I didn’t catch but five fish today, so it’s not like I wore them out. These clear skies really helped the flipping bite for me,” said Greene.

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