Tuesday, February 27, 2024
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Micah Silverman Wins on Toho

On February 3, 2024, at the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes, Micah Silverman secured his third win of the year in the American Fishing Tour Division 21, hosted at Lake Toho. The competition drew numerous skilled anglers vying for divisional and national points, as well as cash prizes.

Silverman led the event with a catch weighing 15.15 pounds, securing the first-place prize of $559. James Topmiller followed in second place with a total catch of 12.60 pounds, which included a notable bass weighing 5.17 pounds, earning him $331. Mike Calloway captured third place with a catch of 9.63 pounds, receiving a prize of $108. Dan Ortiz, with an 8.60-pound catch, took fourth place and was awarded $79.

The tournament also recognized other top performers. Hernan Gonzalez finished fifth with 7.58 pounds, and Peter Saraf placed sixth with 5.50 pounds. James Topmiller’s 5.17-pound bass won him the Biggest Bass award and an additional $420.

Rounding out the top ten were Edwin Rivera in seventh place with 4.78 pounds, Quintin Zornes in eighth with 4.48 pounds, Scott Frace in ninth with 4.43 pounds, and Tim Reuwer in tenth with 3.86 pounds.

Top 10 Anglers

The next event in this division is scheduled for March 9, 2024, at the same location, with Toho Lakefront Park Marina serving as the launch site.

For more details on upcoming tournaments, or for information about American Bass Anglers and its various series, interested individuals can contact local director Tim Reuwer at 386-473-4935 or visit the official website at www.americanbassanglers.com.

Participants in these events accumulate points towards the divisional angler of the year title. The divisional points champion will compete in the AFT Championship’s Angler of The Year Final Round. The top 500 anglers from various divisions will qualify for the ABA, AFT National Championship tournament.

American Bass Anglers is sponsored by Caymas Boats, Mercury Marine, T-H Marine, Power Pole, RT Outdoors, Optima Batteries, Hotel Planner.com, and LurePartsOnline.com.

About American Bass Anglers: American Bass Anglers is committed to providing low-cost, close-to-home tournaments for the weekend angler and, at the same time, offering each competitor an upward path for individual angler progression.

For more information about American Bass Anglers, the Professional League, the American Fishing Tour, ABA Team Series, the American Couples Series, the annual Military Team Bass Tournament, and the Top 150 Solo Tour, all presented by Caymas Boats, visit www.americanbassanglers.com or call (256) 232-0406

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