51 Boats, 102 Anglers Take Part In Annual EMS Bass Tournament

Monday, May 22, 2017
Anglers who took part in the Annual EMS Bass Tournament
Anglers who took part in the Annual EMS Bass Tournament
- photo by Amy Maxwell

There were 51 boats and 102 anglers participated in the annual EMS Bass Tournament.

Monies raised will go towards two charities: the Southeastern EMS Directors Association Paramedic Scholarship Fund and the Chattanooga Forgotten Child Fund.

Here are the top 15 teams.....

BIG FISH WINNER: 8.35 pd. Bass John Clines, Retired Bradley Co. EMS

1st Place: 24.91 pds. Chris Peters & Dusty Morgan, East Ridge FD

2nd Place: 21.15 pds.

Charlie Caplinger & Josh Tramel, TN Highway Patrol

3rd Place: 20.50 pds: David Bragg & Kyle Duggan,  Chattanooga Fire

4th Place: 16.59 pds: JAMES & Blake Smith, Soddy Daisy FD

5th Place: 16.56 pds. John & Dustin Clines

6th Place: 15.67 pds. Jody Clift & Nick Wilson, Hamilton County Fire Training

7th Place: 15.00 pds. Chris Coffey & Jamie Willis, Chattanooga Police

8th Place: 13.45 pds: Ben Bradley & Nick Pratt, Chattanooga Fire

9th Place: 12.12 pds: Curtis & Christy Triplett, Warren County EMS

10th Place: 11.94 pds. Kevin Miller & Justin Whaley, HCEMS.

11th Place: 10.92 pds: Robert Clark & Jonathan Moore, Star Regional Emergency Dept.

12th Place: 10.23 pds. Matt Poteet & Robert Stevenson, Walker Co. Fire

13th Place: 8.26 pds: Ray Day & James Garrett,  Walker County Fire

14th Place: 7.50 pds: Jonathan Harris & Andy Condrey, Puckett EMS

15th Place: 5.10 pds. Ken & Chad Hartman, Walker County Fire


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