Alabama Bass Trail to Offer Live Streaming Coverage of Alabama Student Fishing Tournaments

Decatur, Ala. – For fishing fans not able to make it to a tournament of the Alabama Student Angler Bass Fishing Association (ASABFA), live online streaming coverage of the weigh-ins will be available beginning with the 2013 State Tournament set for May 11-12, 2013 on Lay Lake.

The Alabama Bass Trail is pleased to announce its newest partnership with the ASABFA where live streaming will be available for all ASABFA tournaments at www.alabamabasstrail.org. “Partnering with the Alabama Bass Trail to provide live streaming of our weigh-ins will go a long way in taking the ASABFA to the next level by bringing more attention to the anglers, their respective schools and our sponsors,” said Norman Brown, president of the Alabama Student Angler Bass Fishing Association.

To watch live streaming video of the weigh-ins, go to www.alabamabasstrail.org. Live streaming video will be available this weekend at the 2013 State Tournament on Lay Lake and the Alabama Bass Trail will be on hand at all ASABFA events in 2014.

“The Alabama Bass Trail is proud to partner with the ASABFA and provide live streaming coverage of the weigh-ins. This added feature will further enhance the tournament experience for the angler and the spectators,” said Kay Donaldson, program director for the Alabama Bass Trail. “As a parent, it is my goal to be at every event my children participate in, but as the mother of five sometimes it is not possible to be at everything. The live online streaming video will give parents and fans the opportunity to watch from any location, and it also will provide the young anglers a chance to review the weigh-in at a later time.”

For more information, contact Kay Donaldson at 855-934-7425.

About Alabama Bass Trail

The Alabama Bass Trail is a program of the Alabama Mountain Lakes Tourist Association. Its mission is to promote Alabama as a year round fishing destination, to preserve natural resources for generations to come, and to educate high school and college aged students to be good stewards of natural resources. The 11 bass fishing lakes consist of Lake Guntersville, Wheeler Lake, Pickwick Lake, Lewis Smith Lake, Neely Henry Lake, Lay Lake, Logan Martin Lake, Lake Jordan, Alabama River, Lake Eufaula, and the Mobile-Tensaw River Delta.

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