Larry Vaughan Take the Win on Lake Ouachita
ABA American Fishing Tour D47 held its fourth 2019 season tournament on 22 Dec 2018 on Lake Ouachita launching from the Mt. Harbor ramp. 21 anglers came out and were greeted with great weather and a full lake…uncommon for this time of year. Recent reports indicated the fish were biting and as usual, Lake Ouachita didn’t disappoint. Nine 5-fish limits crossed the scales including three over 4-lbs and a 2.32-lb average/fish.
Larry Vaughan topped the field with five-fish for a total weight of 18.33-lbs. Larry threw a jig and umbrella rig to catch his fish.
Brian Bean sacked up five-fish for a total weight of 17.50-lbs on a jig and umbrella rig to finish in second place.
Rounding out the top three was Eddy Robertson who also sacked up five-fish for a total weight of 13.33-lbs throwing jig and umbrella rig.
Larry Vaughan caught the big bass of the day at 5.75-lbs.
1st Larry Vaughan 18.33-lbs 2nd Brain Bean 17.50-lbs 3rd Eddy Robertson 13.33-lbs 4th Josh Ray 13.05-lbs 5th Shannon Talbert 12.70-lbs
The next tournament in this division is on Lake Maumelle on 12 Jan 2019 launching out of the Jolly Rogers ramp.
I’d like to thank our local sponsors who provide great support throughout the year.
Fish N’ Stuff
H2O Sportz & Marine
Window World of Little Rock
Zimmerman’s Sports Center/Exxon
For more information on this or any future event in this division contact John Simonof at 501.772.4938, by email at [email protected] or on Facebook
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