Aul & Aul Stay Consistent to Lead Day Two of ABA Military Team Event

Paul and Jeffrey Aul are sitting in first place with a two-day total of 33.42 pounds at the end of Day Two of the ABA Military Team Bass Tournament at Lake Eufaula. “We threw topwater yesterday chasing the shad spawn first thing and continued using topwater all day with only a few bites, but good ones. Today, with falling water, we were forced to move offshore with jigs and big worms. We fished almost everything we knew today from the dam to Cowikee Creek,” said Paul Aul.

The team of Mike York and Pat Vance are in second place after Day Two with a two-day total of 31.08 pounds. “We’re confident that we can catch fish tomorrow, but not sure if we can bring in the weight we had today,”

Third place after Day Two belongs to the team of John Adams and Robert Stewart with a two-day total of 30.76 pounds. “The wind really hurt us today. The fish are really starting to move out with the water falling. We’re fishing areas that we feel that the post-spawn fish are moving out to,” said Adams.

Day Two Big Bass belongs to the team of Timmy Chapel and Shane Lundien with a 6.44 pound largemouth. Chapel caught their Eufaula lunker on a swim jig.

Complete Day Two results can be found at this link.

Anglers blast off for the Final Day at Lakepoint Resort State Park in Eufaula, AL at 5:30 am on Thursday, May 5th. Weigh in will also be at Lakepoint Resort State Park beginning at 2:30 pm.

The annual ABA Military Team Bass Tournament is an exclusive event for current and former service men and women of our armed forces. Teams come from across the country each year to compete for bragging rights and cash payouts. 

This event has been hosted by the Eufaula-Barbour Chamber of Commerce.

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