Virginia Kayak Bass Challenge A.O.Y.


The first year of the Virginia Kayak Bass Challenge is just about over, and it’s almost time to announce the AOY Results. I was able to spend a lot of time with some anglers that I already knew, and some that I have just met. It has been a great year of tournaments. I admit, that there has been a few things I have noticed that could have been different, and I will address the things I’ve noticed for next year. This is where I ask each and everyone of you to please help me know of the things that I may not have noticed. I ask you all to email me, any ideas for change, or anything you thought could be done better. This series is for you all. I want to make everyone happy with the series (Almost impossible) and I will do everything in my power to do that.

I want to start off by thanking all the sponsors that have supported the Virginia Kayak Bass Challenge in its first year. We hope that you all will continue to support us as we grow.

If you haven’t done so already, to check out all our sponsors and their products. A list will be provided below with links to their websites. Make sure you follow them on Facebook also.

Now, on to get the the good stuff. In a minute I am going to award the Angler Of The Year. The A.O.Y. will receive FREE entry into the Classic that will be held on October 8th, at Smith Mountain Lake. No money down and a chance to win hundreds of dollars.

The “del” represents your lowest scoring tournament, and was removed. The rest of your tournament points are added together and are what determine your ranking for A.O.Y.

Virginia Kayak Bass Challenge A.O.Y.

A huge congratulations goes out to Wesley Smallwood, as he is now crowned Virginia Kayak Bass Challenge A.O.Y. Wesley was dedicated to fishing this season. He fished more tournaments than most all the other anglers in this series. Hard work and dedication pays off. Congrats on the great season, Wes!







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