$5,000 Guaranteed Minimum First Place at Every Divisional Tournament

Division Maryland
Divisional Flier PDF - Year to Date Point Standings
Schedule - Rules

The first place boater at this event is guaranteed a check for $5000 no matter how many enter!


Dates Lake
Information/Results
Launch Ramp Register
3/25/2017 Potomac River Smallwood Statepark
4/22/2017 Chesapeake Bay Anchor Boats Marina
5/13/2017 Potomac River Smallwood State Park
6/03/2017 Chesapeake Bay Anchor Boats Marina
2 Day Area Championship - Guaranteed $10,000 First Place
09/09/2017
09/10/2017
Potomac River Smallwood State Park


Division News

2017 Rules
Entry Fees:
Division: $200 Boater/$100 Co-Anglers
Area Championship: $300 Boater/$150 Co-Anglers
Ray Scott Cup - No Entry Fee

Divisional News

Shinn wins on the Chesapeake Bay

James K. Shinn of New Castle, Delaware won the American Bass Anglers Ram Truck Open Series Maryland tournament, held April 22nd on the Chesapeake Bay.

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Maryland Heads to Chesapeake Bay

ATHENS, Ala. – The Maryland division of the Ram Truck Open Series will hold its next event of the season on April 22, 2016, on the Chesapeake Bay.

The competitors will launch at Anchor Boats Marina, located at 36 Iroquois Dr, North East, MD 21901.  Anglers may begin fishing at 6 a.m. or safe light. The weigh-in will begin at 3:00 p.m. Registration begins at 4 p.m. Friday, April 21 at Anchor Boats Marina. To register for this tournament, see Jeff Randall.

To enter, anglers fishing the Boater Division pay $200 with co-anglers paying $100. First place is guaranteed a minimum $5,000 first place for boaters. Anglers fishing the Boater division may weigh in up to five bass, each at least 15 inches long. Co-anglers may weigh in up to three bass.To learn more about the payout visit www.ramopenseries.com/payout.php

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Hughes Wins on Potomac River

Jesepth Hughes of King George, Virginia won the American Bass Anglers Ram Truck Open Series Northern Division tournament, held March 25th on the Potomac River.

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Maryland Heads to the Potomac River

ATHENS, Ala. – The Maryland division of the Ram Truck Open Series will hold its season opener on March 25th, 2016, on the Potomac River in Marbury, Maryland.

The competitors will launch at Smallwood State Park, located at 2750 Sweden Point Rd. Marbury, MD, 20658. Anglers may begin fishing at 6:30 a.m. or safe light. The weigh-in will begin at 3:00 p.m. Registration begins at 4 p.m. on Friday March 24th at the tournament trailer. To register for this tournament, see Jeff Randall.

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Rodriguez Wins on Chesapeake

Daniel Rodriguez of Monkton, Maryland won the American Bass Anglers Ram Truck Open Series North East Region tournament, held June 18th on the Chesapeake Bay.

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NE Region Heads to the Chesapeake Bay

ATHENS, Ala. – The NE Region of the Ram Truck Open Series will hold its next event of the season June 18, 2016, on the Chesapeake Bay in North East Maryland.

The competitors will launch at Anchor Boats Marina, located at 36 Iroquois Dr. North East, MD 21901. Anglers may begin fishing at 5 a.m. or safe light. The weigh-in will begin at 1 p.m. Registration begins at 4 p.m. June 17th at the ABA Stage. To register for this tournament, see Jeff Randall or call him at (256)777-6152.

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Victory for Paronish at Maryland Opener

Roland Paronish of Hastings, PA was the co-angler champion of the Ram Truck Open Series event held on March 26, 2016 at the Potomac River. Paronish’s 10.58 pound limit was worth $2000. “We went from fishing grass to flipping docks. The fished moved out to the end of the docks as the water was being sucked out, and it turned into a pretty good day of fishing. My fish mainly came on plastics. The fish just wanted it slow,” said Paronish.

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McNeal Wins $6000 at Maryland Division Opener

Dennis McNeal of Stafford, VA won the Maryland Division Ram Truck Open Series opener at the Potomac River on March 26, 2016. McNeal brought in a 19.57 pound limit to win $6000. “I stayed in one mid-lake area all day, throwing a Green Craw colored Bandit crankbait. I was sitting in about 12 feet of water, casting to the bank. The fish seemed to be in 6-7 feet of water. Some of them just engulfed the bait,” said McNeal.

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