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2016 Southwestern Divisional Day 2

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, held his own today also, with a good limit that weighed 12-07 pounds to give him 26-12 pounds entering Friday.  One pound behind him, in third, is Evan Buchanan, from New Mexico.  He weighed in the biggest bag on Thursday, with a good 13-13 pound limit.  Fourth place belongs to Arizona’s Jon Griffith.  Today he had 10-05 pounds for a total of 25-09 pounds.  Fifth place is Timmy Wells from California.  He brought the second largest sack to the scales today with 12-14 pounds to make his total 25-03 pounds, heading into Friday.

California’s Ron Red Sr. claimed big bass honors on Thursday, with a nice 4-00 pound lunker.  For Thursday, the angler’s turned in 311 fish for a total weight of 554-14 pounds.  Once again there were multiple limits, as all but three angler’s weighed at least one fish and 53 angler’s turned in a limit on Thursday. 

In the state to state competition, California continues to defend their title very well.  They have accumulated 225-10 pounds over the first two days.  It is pretty tight after that.  New Mexico stands at 198-10 pounds.  Colorado has 192-09 pounds.  Utah amassed 187-15 pounds.  Arizona has captured 183-10 pounds and Nevada stands at 175-13 pounds.

After tomorrow, the top two angler’s from each of the six states will advance to the 2017 TBF Federation National Championship next spring.

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2 Day Overall Leaders:

1st Pl  Ty Faber/ NM             2nd Pl  Travis Graham/ UT

Ty Faber - NMTravis Graham - UT

 

 

 


 

 

3rd Pl Evan Buchanan NM       4th Pl Jon Griffith AZ

Evan Buchanan - NMJon Griffith - AZ

 

 

 

 

 

 

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