Alabama- The LBAA Women's Pro Tour starts its third year with a bang with the opening tournament of the season March 8-9, 2013 with the south’s gem, Lake Neely Henry in northeast Alabama on the Coosa River, near Gadsen just two hours from Atlanta. Bass fishing on the lake in is prespawn in February and March. Cold fronts are possible. The water is narrow, winding and doesn’t fluctuate as much as it does at Weiss Lake, and there are lots of coves for the fish to hold up in.
The pros will bring in a five bass limit and co-anglers three bass
It’s a good time to fish the tour. The LBAA Women's Pro Bass Tour was last at Neely Henry in September 2012 when pro bass anglers, co-founder of LBAA Pro Women’s Tour Cheryl Bowden Texas, Pro Pam Martin-Wells Georgia and 2012 Angler of the Year Kim Bain-Moore all three sacked twenty pound stringers, 21-90, 20-88 and 20-12 in that order.
LBAA updated website
On the Home page is an excellent Livestream Live Event Cam for coverage to “catch” women’s bass fishing in action during tournament events. There are 13.6 million female anglers in the United States, 33% of all anglers.
Boat launch at safe light from Coosa Landing. Weigh-In 3 PM
Wild Card Tournament Held in Shreveport-bossier
On the Red River, September 12-14, 2013 the Wild Card Tournament will be the fourth out of five events of the 2013 season and open to all women anglers. The top two pros and co-anglers will proceed to the LBAA Classic Championship October 17-19 Lake ray Hubbard in Garland, Texas.
Neely Henry is 53 degrees and stained today. Lake level 1.7 below full pool.
For more information contact Lady Bass Angler Association website or by phone: 270-243-0025.
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