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Peacher picks up BFL win on Toledo Bend Lake
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Peacher picks up BFL win on Toledo Bend Lake

Myers makes grade among co-anglers
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Boater Larry Peacher of Bentley, La., won the March 28 BFL Louisiana-Texas Division tournament on Toledo Bend to earn $4,127.
March 28, 2009 • MLF • Phoenix Bass Fishing League

MANY, La. – Larry Peacher of Bentley, La., won the Walmart Bass Fishing League Louisiana-Texas Division tournament on Toledo Bend Lake Saturday with a five-bass catch weighing 21 pounds, 13 ounces. The victory earned Peacher $4,127 and placed him one step closer to qualifying for the DeGray Lake Regional Championship in Arkadelphia, Ark., Oct. 22-24, where he could ultimately win a new Ranger boat and a Chevy truck.

Peacher caught his limit throwing a ChatterBait Chartreuse, fishing points.

Rounding out the top five boaters are Cole Garrett of Winnfield, La. (five bass, 18-2, $2,064); Charles D. Hammack of New Caney, Texas (five bass, 17-1, $1,377); Stephen Johnston of Hemphill, Texas (five bass, 16-3, $963); and John Canerday of Calvin, La. (five bass, 16-0, $825).

Danny Bourgeois of Houston took home the Boater Division Big Bass award, earning $575 for a 12-pound, 6-ounce bass he caught.

Klint Myers of Hamshire, Texas, earned $2,064 as the co-angler winner of the March 28 BFL Louisiana-Texas Division event.Klint Myers of Hamshire, Texas, earned $2,064 as the co-angler winner Saturday thanks to four bass weighing 14 pounds, 15 ounces.

Rounding out the top five co-anglers are Myron Sims of Quitman, Texas (five bass, 14-14, $1,032); Joe Garcia of Karnes City, Texas (five bass, 12-4, $688); Thomas Johnson of La Marque, Texas (five bass, 10-5, $482); and Gene Sharbono of Weatherford, Texas (five bass, 9-12, $413).

Klint Myers earned $287 as the co-angler Big Bass winner after catching an 8-pound, 2-ounce bass.

The next Louisiana-Texas Division event will be held on Red River in Natchitoches, La., May 2.

The top 40 boaters and 40 co-anglers in each of the BFL’s 28 divisions at the end of the season advance to a no-entry-fee Regional Championship where boaters fish for a new Ranger boat and a Chevy truck and co-anglers fish for a new Ranger boat. Seven regional championships will each send six boaters and six co-anglers to the no-entry-fee Walmart BFL All-American presented by Chevy, which features a $1 million purse and a top award of $140,000 in the Boater Division and $70,000 in the Co-angler Division. Anglers who compete in all five regular-season events within a division but do not advance to a Regional Championship are eligible to compete in the Chevy Wild Card, which will also send six boaters and six co-anglers to the All-American for a total of 48 boaters and 48 co-anglers advancing through BFL competition.

The winning boater and winning co-angler at the All-American will advance to the no-entry-fee 2010 Forrest Wood Cup in Atlanta in 2010. This event, featuring a top award of $1 million, is the most lucrative tournament in all of competitive bass fishing. In all, the BFL offers weekend anglers the opportunity to qualify for three no-entry-fee championships with total cash awards exceeding $3.5 million. Plus, the top 40 boaters and 40 co-anglers from each BFL division may move up to the Stren Series for 2010 while All-American champions have the option to advance directly to the Walmart FLW Tour.

In BFL competition, boaters supply the boat and compete from the front deck against other boaters. Co-anglers compete from the back deck against other co-anglers.

As the nation’s leading provider of affordable, close-to-home weekend tournaments, the BFL is widely credited with opening competitive bass fishing to the masses. It also serves as a steppingstone for anglers who wish to advance to the Stren Series and ultimately the FLW Tour – bass fishing’s most lucrative tournament circuit.

Total awards are based on a full field of 200 boats in every tournament.

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