Chris Parks Claims Wire-To-Wire Win at Columbia River in BAM Tournament Trail Pro/Am
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by Lindsey Stokes
2w ago
BOARDMAN, Ore. – Chris Parks of Eugene, Ore. put a final limit on the scales during Championship Sunday with his third consecutive bag to break the 20-pound mark for a three-day tournament-total of 67.12, locking up a wire-to-wire win at the Columbia River, the 4th stop of the BAM Tournament Trail Pro / Am presented by the Boardman Chamber of Commerce. For the victory, Parks pocketed $8,172, including a $250 contingency from Bass Boat Technologies, and a $400 Big Fish payout. “I fish the Columbia quite a bit; but only the lower pools; so, this is actually the first event that I have ..read more
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Chris Parks Widens Lead at Columbia River in BAM Tournament Trail Pro/Am Will Harris Holds Co-Angler Top-Spot
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by Lindsey Stokes
2w ago
By Jody Only BOARDMAN, Ore. – Although there was some shuffling of positions on the pro side of the standings for Day Two at the Columbia River, Chris Parks of Eugene, Ore. not only remained in control of the lead, he also widened his gap by more than four-pounds over his nearest competitor adding his second five-fish limit of 23.73 for a two-day total of 45.77 at the 4th BAM Tournament Trail Pro/Am stop presented by the Boardman Chamber of Commerce. “It’s been an awesome couple of days out there and I’ve been able to run my boat all over the place, which is a big thing, because I’m ..read more
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Chris Parks Kicks Off Columbia River Leading Day One in BAM Tournament Trail Pro/Am
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by Lindsey Stokes
2w ago
By Jody Only BOARDMAN, Ore. – Day One of the 4th stop of the BAM Tournament Trail Pro/Am presented by the Boardman Chamber of Commerce kicked off at the Columbia River with Chris Parks of Eugene, Ore leading the pro angler side weighing 22.04, anchored by a 5.62 big bass. “I had a plan today and was able to execute on it,” said Parks. “I found some really good fish yesterday in practice and went back to ‘em and they were still there today. But it had went from super-windy to flat calm.” Targeting hard bottom for his better fish and adjusting for the conditions Parks went fr ..read more
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Joseph Silva Secures Win At Trinity Lake in BAM Kayak Series
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by Lindsey Stokes
3w ago
WEAVERVILLE, Calif. – The 3rd stop of the BAM Tournament Trail Kayak Series on Trinity Lake concluded with Joseph Silva of Windsor, Calif. capitalizing on a productive morning bite for the win with a total of 96-inches for his best five, which had an estimated weight of 20.25 and included one smallmouth. Silva’s TourneyX verified biggest went 19.75-inches, anchoring his top-spot, for the first-place payout of $886.45 Deps Sakamata Shad “The first hour, I got something like 90-inches with a mid-strolling rig – a 3/0 Keitech Tungsten Jig Head and a five-inch&nb ..read more
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BAM Heads to Columbia River June 28-30
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by Lindsey Stokes
1M ago
Columbia River and the BAM Trail Pro Am The BAM Tournament Trail Pro/Am series heads to its fourth stop of the 2024 season in Boardman, Ore. for what is expected to be a smallmouth slugfest at the Columbia River presented by the Boardman Chamber of Commerce. Two-time BAM Pro Tour champion, Oregon angler Colby Pearson from Klamath Falls anticipates big numbers of bass to be caught. “The Columbia is one of the most bountiful fisheries in the region,” he shared. “The smallmouth will be post-spawn and the largemouth will likely be found in all stages with spawners, as well as pre- and post-spawner ..read more
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Colby Pearson Picks Up His Second BAM Pro Tour Championship Title On Lake Almanor
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by Lindsey Stokes
1M ago
WESTWOOD, Calif. – With back-to-back wins, Colby Pearson of Central Point, Ore. claimed his second BAM Pro Tour victory in as many of the circuit’s events with 16.52 for his best five-fish in the final field cut of Championship Sunday earning $14,788 for the feat. Less than 60 days ago, Pearson was hoisting his trophy for the first-ever BAM Pro Tour on Lake Martinez. “I knew I was the only one to have the opportunity to go back-to-back,” he said. “and (to do that) I fished my butt off all week.” Consistently in the top-10 each day, he closed the scales on Day One in 6th place for 11 ..read more
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Mark Pilgrim Takes Over Lead By Weight; Ish Monroe Retains Lead By Keeper Count: Day Two Of BAM Pro Tour at Almanor
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by Lindsey Stokes
1M ago
WESTWOOD, Calif. – The top-10 field cut for the BAM Pro Tour second stop of the season at Lake Almanor has been determined with Mark Pilgrim of Chester, Calif., taking over the top-spot for the biggest five with his two-day total of 32.21. Fellow California pro, Ish Monroe from Oakdale retained his position atop the keeper count leaderboard with 21 scorable bass. Both are confident in their Day Three strategies. Pilgrim climbed one spot by weight for the Day Two cut by concentrating on the west side of the lake with the morning topwater being his most successful. “I’m targeting those bigg ..read more
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Zack Thompson By Weight; Ish Monroe by Scorables: First Day Leaders of BAM Pro Tour at Lake Almanor
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by Lindsey Stokes
1M ago
WESTWOOD, Calif. – Reminiscent of the first BAM Tournament Trail Pro Tour event on Lake Martinez that wrapped Day One with Zack Thompson of Alameda, Calif. in the top spot, the second BAM Pro Tour tournament at Lake Almanor closes the Day One scales with Thompson in the lead. Thompson’s position was earned with a five-fish total of 16.47. “It was a grind all day,” said Thompson. “But I do think that I can make it work again for Day Two.” Once again, Thompson put his St. Croix Rods and Seviin Reels to the test, landing eight scorable bass. “The Spearpoint Hooks tied to my P-Line really kep ..read more
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BAM Tournament Trail Heads to Boardman, Oregon for Pro-Am Stop 4
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by Lindsey Stokes
1M ago
The BAM Tournament Trail is making its way to Boardman, Oregon, for Pro-Am Stop 4. Anglers will have the chance to compete on the legendary Columbia River, renowned for its abundant and sizable smallmouth bass. This iconic waterway promises thrilling competition and impressive catches, as anglers vie for top honors.  Sign up here  The Columbia River: Smallmouth Paradise The Columbia River has fantastic fishing this time of year, particularly for smallmouth bass. With its plentiful fish population, the river is a favorite among professional and amateur anglers alike. Competitors ..read more
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Phil Tilbury Triumphs at BAM Tournament Trail on California Delta
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by Lindsey Stokes
2M ago
  Rodney Brown Goes Wire-To-Wire For Co-Angler Win By Jody Only After three days of fishing, boater Phil Tilbury of Oakdale, Calif., finished out the 3rd stop of the BAM Tournament Trail Pro/Ams on the California Delta adding 16.88 to his three-day total for 61.41 and taking home the first-place pro payout for the 41-boat field at $7,709.54.  The tidal water fishery gave up fish in all stages of the spawn and was as stingy to some as it was as generous to others. Tilbury was one of only three anglers to weigh a 20-pound sack on Day One, securing a 2nd place position for his 21.67 and ..read more
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