Category Archive: Tournament News

Day 3 of Southwest Division Championship Canceled


Day three of the Southwest Division Championship on Lake Powell was canceled due to severe weather and high winds.  Anglers were awarded based on their two day totals.   Click Here to view Results Overall Tournament Winner & Ranger Cup Winner: Ty Faber-New Mexico 10/10  28-09             State Team Winners:  California …

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2016 Southwestern Divisional Day 2

Evan Buchanan - NM

Faber Continues to Lead Southwest Divisional After Day 2 Going into the final day of the Southwest Division Championship on Lake Powell in Utah, Ty Faber of the New Mexico Team holds almost a two pound lead.  Today he turned in 12-13 pounds, for a two day total of 28-09 pounds.  Travis Graham of Utah, …

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TBF Southwestern Divisional Day 1

Lots of Limits on Day 1 of Southwest Division at Lake Powell The fish were biting well for the opening day of the Lake Powell Division Championship in Utah.   Seventy two anglers went out Wednesday morning and fifty seven of them brought back five fish to weigh in that afternoon.  The remaining fifteen anglers brought …

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2016 TBF Northwestern Championship final day


Koshi Saves the Best for Last Day of Northwest Divisional Peter Koshi, of Seattle, Washington, caught his best bag of the week on Friday and it turned out to be the biggest sack of the three day, Northwest Divisional on the Columbia River.  His limit tipped the scales at 21-01 pounds, giving him the overall …

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North Western Divisional Championship Day 2

The Strong Bite Continues on Day 2 in Oregon David Heldstab, of Sandy Oregon, continues to lead the TBF Northwest Divisional after the conclusion of the Day 2 weigh in at Port of Cascades on the Columbia River.  His lead of 10 ounces, is still just 10 ounces after Thursday’s weigh in.   David weighed in …

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2016 North Western Divisional Championship

Limits Abound at Northwest Division Day 1 Weigh In Fifty six angler’s, from five states, tested the Oregon waters on the Columbia River today.  Most all, were happy with the results after the first day.  Fifty of the 56 angler’s brought a five fish limit to the scales on Wednesday afternoon.  The other six angler’s …

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