• Wedowee Marine Named A Presenting Sponsor of the Alabama Bass Trail
  • Alabama Bass Trail Announces Three-Year Agreement with GP8 Oxygen Water to be Official Beverage Partner
  • AFTCO Named Official Apparel Company of the Alabama Bass Trail
  • Alabama Bass Trail Announces Three-Year Title Sponsorship with Phoenix Bass Boats
  • ABTTS airing in 2017 on Fox Sports Southeast
  • Phoenix Boats
  • Bill Penney Toyota
  • Sweet Home Alabama

AOY Standings

PlaceTeamPoints
1
2
3
4
5
placeANGLERSpoints
1Erick Sommers/Tommy Pegues225
2Stan Hallman/Steve Thrash 224
3Brad Edwards/Austin Nelson223
4Foster Bradley/Clint Ellis222
5Thad Hull/David Talley221
PlaceANGLERSPOINTS
1Pam Martin Wells/Steven Wells107
2Scotty Estes/Abby Estes71
3Rj Kitkowski/Annette Simpson60
4Jack Womack/Kathy Womack0
5William Lynn/Donna Lynn0
PlaceANGLERSPOINTS
1Dusty Jordan/Dustin Jordan205
2Heath Greene/Ethan Greene128
3Parker Odom/Colton Odom24
4Tray Pritchard/Talon Pritchard13
5Rahn Hogeland/Jackson Henley11
PlaceANGLERSPOINTS
1Chance Rich/Hunter Presley199
2Will Brown/Will Nichols0

FULL STANDINGS:
North  |  South  |  Couples  |  Student  |  College

$10,000

FIRST PLACE PAYOUT

AT EACH QUALIFYING EVENT Guaranteed!

Pick your partner and team up to win BIG on the Alabama Bass Trail Tournament Series. You might even make the Bassmaster Classic while you are at it! Alabama’s biggest and best Bass Tournament Trail offers two divisions and a NO entry fee championship with a grand prize of a 2018 Fully-rigged Phoenix 819 Pro Bass Boat with a Mercury 200! Sign up early to reserve your team’s spot and fish the best lakes in the state for your share of over $500,000 in cash and prizes.

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2017 Tournament Lakes

The top 75 teams in the points in each division (North and South) and the winners of the regular season events will qualify automatically for the ABT Team Championship. Plus, the top 15 high school student teams, top 5 college teams, and top 5 couples teams overall will automatically advance to the Championship. To be eligible for the championship, teams must enter all five qualifying events in their respective division.