David Campassi Takes the Win for District 24
May 16, 2021, Wetumpka, AL. David Campassi of Prattville, Alabama won the American Fishing Tour District 24 Two Day tournament presented by American Bass Anglers. Campassi brought back a two day total that locked in the scales at 22.2 pounds. For the victory Campassi took home $752.
Second place for the two day tournament was claimed by Kevin Revay with a total weight of 21.7 pounds. For his efforts, Revay took home $326 in prize money.
Kevin Revay took home $55 for Big Bass on the first day of the tournament with a 4.21 pound lunker while Russ Hazelton took home $55 on the second day of the tournament for a 3.55 pounder.
Day 1 was held on the Alabama River launching from Cooters Pond Park near Prattville, Alabama while Day 2 was held on Jordan Lake running out of the State Ramp near Wetumpka, Alabama.
Top five Two Day finishers
1. David Campassi 22.20 pounds
2. Kevin Revay 21.70 pounds
3. Keith Youngblood 18.66 pounds
4. Russ Hazelton 17.27 pounds
5. Barry Woodward 17.18 pounds
Top five Day 1 finishers
1. David Campassi 11.84 pounds
2. Kevin Revay 8.88 pounds
3. Barry Woodward 7.66 pounds
4. Russ Hazelton 6.80 pounds
5. Rick Hoefle 5.78 pounds
Top five Day 2 finishers
1. Keith Youngblood 14.79 pounds
2. Kevin Revay 12.82 pounds
3. Daniel White 11.28 pounds
4. Russ Hazelton 10.47 pounds
5. David Campassi 10.36 pounds
This Two Day tournament ends the regular season this year for Division 24.
For more information on this event or division please contact local director Barry Woodward at 251-423-0753 or visit www.americanbassanglers.com
These anglers earn valuable points toward the divisional angler of the year title. The points champion from each division will compete in the annual American Bass Anglers AFT Angler of The Year Final Round at the AFT Championship. In addition, the top 500 anglers from the various divisions will earn the right to compete in the three-day ABA, AFT National Championship tournament.
The American Fishing Tour offers low cost, close to home bass tournaments that are designed for the weekend angler. All anglers fish for both money and points. The points advance the angler to their divisional championship and the top 500 anglers in the US are invited to the American Fishing Tour National Championship for this fall on Kerr Lake in Virginia.
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