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Tournament Trail

I'm taking my career to next level this year and looking forward to a full tour schedule. With local and regional events on the horizon, I'm going to be covering a lot of water and making my share of road-trips. You can follow me on tour by checking out my Tournament Trail page with my complete schedule along with updates in my blog. Check back often and I hope to see you out on the water.
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Posted by chris on March 31, 2014

March was a busy month for sure and was a great turning point for the season. I finished all three tournaments this month in the money.  We started the month on Hartwell and ended on Rayburn.  My tournament finishes this month are as follows:  the FLW Tournament on Hartwell I finished in 70th Place, the Rayovac Texas Series Tournament on Rayburn I finished in 20th Place and   the FLW Tournament on Sam Rayburn I finished in 43rd Place.  This has moved me up in the angler of the year standings to 78th for FLW and 51st for Rayovac.  Just got to have a strong finish in the few and we will be heading to South Carolina for the Forrest Wood Cup again!! 

 I am heading out this weekend to my favorite lake on the tour this year…BEAVER LAKE in Rogers, Arkansas.  Stay tuned for my next entry about Lake Beaver.