With the Phoenix Bass Fishing League presented by T-H Marine All-American presented by TINCUP wrapped up, the field for the Toyota Series Championship happening this December on Lake Cumberland can now take shape. While the full roster will be released soon, the highest-finishing boater and co-angler from each of six Regional Championships, the Wild Card and The Bass Federation (TBF) National Championship at the All-American now advance to Cumberland next month for a shot at winning $235,000 and $33,500, respectively.
The eight boaters advancing to the Toyota Series Championship:
Region 1 (Lake Hartwell) – Todd Goade, White Pine, Tenn.
Region 2 (Lake Seminole) – Randall Allen, Owens Cross Roads, Ala.
Region 3 (Kentucky-Barkley lakes) – Kerry Frey, Middlebury, Ind.
Region 4 (Potomac River) – Bradford Beavers, Summerville, S.C.
Region 5 (Lake Guntersville) – Cole Floyd, Leesburg, Ohio
Region 6 (Grand Lake) – Chris Macy, Diamond, Mo.
Wild Card (Kentucky Lake) – Bryan Dowdy, Florence, Ala.
TBF (Kentucky Lake) – Blake Wilson, Benton, Ark.
The eight co-anglers advancing to the Toyota Series Championship:
Region 1 (Lake Hartwell) – Justin Kimmel, Athens, Ga.
Region 2 (Lake Seminole) – Jeff Rikard, Leesville, S.C.
Region 3 (Kentucky-Barkley lakes) – David Blankinship, Cushing, Okla.
Region 4 (Potomac River) – Mark Blankenship, Christiansburg, Va.
Region 5 (Lake Guntersville) – Dalton Steele, Cherokee, Ala.
Region 6 (Grand Lake) – Larry Rothweil, Saint Charles, Mo.
Wild Card (Kentucky Lake) – Leo Reiter, Greenup, Ill.
TBF (Kentucky Lake) – Andrew Wiley, Joppa, Md.