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Information/Results
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4/16/2016 Grand Wolf Creek
5/14/2016 Lake Eufaula Eufaula Cove North
7/16/2016 Lake Tenkiller Sizemore Public Ramp (Changed from Chicken Creek)
8/27/2016 Ft. Gibson Taylor's Ferry North
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10/29/2016
10/30/2016
Lake Texoma Highport Marina
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John Simonof Joins SiriusXM Marine Weather Pro Staff Team

September 20, 2017 (Athens, AL). John Simonof of Jacksonville, AR will promote SiriusXM Marine Weather and satellite radio as a Pro Staff angler through the American Bass Anglers Pro Staff program. John is running a SiriusXM wrapped Triton 21TrX boat and will fish events in multiple divisions in the Ram Open Series and Ram American Fishing Tour.

John retired from the Air Force after serving 30 years. In his last assignment, John was Chief of Quality Assurance for aircraft maintenance at Little Rock AFB. John is now teaching business courses at Pulaski Technical College and administers the Armed Forces Vocational Aptitude Battery to high school students throughout central Arkansas. If John wasn’t busy enough, he also attends college full time and is in the dissertation phase of his Doctorate of Business Administration degree. John is also very busy with fishing, social media, and even produces his own YouTube videos. John has contributed quite often to both the ABA Magazine and social media websites with articles.  

“I was excited when I got the call, and the more I learn about SiriusXM Marine Weather, the more I can leverage their technology to win more tournaments”, said John Simonof. “Adding the SiriusXM Marine Weather feature overlay.....................Read More

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Harmon Davis Wins on Grand

Harmon Davis of Marlow, OK won the American Bass Anglers Ram Truck Open Series Oklahoma Division tournament held Aug 12th on Grand Lake of the Cherokees.  With unpredictable weather during practice and rain forecasted for Saturday, the field was greeted with a break in the clouds at takeoff and the rain held off, of course, until weigh in started at 3:00.

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Simonof Takes Home the Gold on Lake Eufaula

John Simonof of Jacksonville, AR won the American Bass Anglers Ram Truck Open Series Oklahoma Division tournament held June 10th on Lake Eufaula.

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Pedigo Tops the Field at Ft. Gibson

Brandon Pedigo won the American Bass Anglers Ram Truck Open Series Oklahoma event held April 22nd on Ft. Gibson Reservoir.

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Arkansas River Event Moved to Ft Gibson

(ABA Tournament Alert) Due to safety issues on the Arkansas River the tournament has been moved to Ft. Gibson at the Taylor Ferry North Ramp. Registration for this event will be at Taylor Ferry North 34179 Marina Dr Wagoner, OK 74467 today from 4-6:30, Safety briefing at 7 PM. Direct all inquiries to Chris Wayand (256)230-5627

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Oklahoma Kicks Off on the Arkansas River

 

Arkansas River Event Moved to Ft Gibson

(ABA Tournament Alert) Due to safety issues on the Arkansas River the tournament has been moved to Ft. Gibson at the Taylor Ferry North Ramp. Registration for this event will be at Taylor Ferry North 34179 Marina Dr Wagoner, OK 74467 today from 4-6:30, Safety briefing at 7 PM. Direct all inquiries to Chris Wayand (256)230-5627

 

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Weatherford Takes Top Prize at Fort Gibson

Randy Weatherford of Coweta, Oklahoma won the American Bass Anglers Ram Truck Open Series Texas East Division tournament, held August 27, 2016 on Fort Gibson Lake.

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SE Texas to Finish Season on Toledo Bend

The Southeast Texas Division of the Ram Truck Open Series will hold its next event of the season on July 23, 2016, on Toledo Bend Reservoir near Hemphill, TX.

The competitors will launch at Fin & Feather Resort, located at 245 Fin and Feather Drive in Hemphill, TX. Anglers may begin fishing at safe light, and the weigh-in will begin at 3 p.m. Registration begins on Friday July 22nd at 4:30 p.m. and will close at 6:30 pm. The rules and safety meeting will be shortly after, at 7 p.m. To register for this tournament, call (256)232-0406; Ext 5, or register on line at www.ramopenseries.com under the tournaments tab for this division.

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Kindle Takes Win on Tenkiller

Lane Kindle of Stillwell, Oklahoma won the American Bass Anglers Ram Truck Open Series Oklahoma divisional tournament, held July 16th on Lake Tenkiller.

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Lemon Takes Oklahoma Division Opener at Grand Lake

Billy Lemon of Sand Springs, OK won the Oklahoma division Ram Truck Open Series opener at Grand Lake on April 16, 2016. Lemon had a 21.72 pound limit, anchored by the day’s 6.71 pound boater Big Bass to win a total of $5830. “I caught my fish just like everybody else. I was using a homemade jig and a Gene Larew Hoodaddy. I probably had 10-12 bites throughout the day. The areas I fished were on both ends of the lakes. My pattern was mainly just running pockets where the fish are spawning,” said Lemon.

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Hahne Wins Oklahoma Two-Day Championship

Darren Hahne of Ottawa, IL won the Oklahoma Division Ram Weekend Bass Series Two-Day Championship at Grand Lake on October 10-11, 2015. Hahne weighed in a two-day total of 23.09 pounds to take home $2617 and $499 from the High Stakes Option Pot. "I was on a consistent pattern, but I never came across any big fish," said Hahne. He caught all his fish throwing a spinnerbait on flats, targeting laydowns and rock piles. "I fished from Sailboat Bridge all the way up to Bear Creek. I didn't have one spot that produced all my fish, they were scattered everywhere," he added.

Brandon Mosley of Choctaw, OK brought in the 4.67 pound Boater Big Bass to win $280 from the Big Bass Pot.

Brett M. Stearnes of Joplin, MO finished the season as the 2015 Oklahoma Division Boater Angler of the Year.

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