The Mena Basscats were in action Sunday September 27th on Lake Hamilton for the AYFF Tournament Season opener. Basscats Austin Rose & Jarrett Burger start the year off with a bang by winning 1st place! This tournament was also a BFL qualifier. Austin and Jarrett will now have the opportunity to be co-anglers in the BFL with all memberships and tournament fees paid. The next tournament for the Basscats will be October 11 on Lake Maumelle with Trader Bills High School Tournament Trail. We want to say thank you to all of our sponsors. We would like to say a special thank you to the University of Arkansas Rich Mountain, Union Bank, Outback Barn & Nidec.
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