The 2014 TBF Eastern Division Championship was shortened by one day when the second day of the event had to be cancelled due to high winds. The third day the winds still blew, not quite as hard so the event was limited to the Saint Lawrence River only.
None of that made any difference to the 12 person Ontario squad from the TBF’s Canadian Bass Federation. They showed up each day and fished the hand that was dealt them and still managed to take the win with their event total of 326-12 and take the title of 2014 TBF Eastern Division Champions. Connecticut finished second with 310-13 and Massachusetts locked up third with 305-07.
In the individual standings Corbyville, Ontario’s own Curtis Richardson took top honors and the Division Champions title with 39 pounds and 10 ounces.
Only nine ounces back at 39-01 was Scott Janus from Wallingford, CT. and Thirteen ounces behind him was Burlington Vermont’s Mark Bilodeau with 38-04.
The TBF Division Championship Series is made up of seven, three day events, (one in each of the 7 geographical regions if the US& Canada) that pit the top 12 anglers from each Federation against each other for state and individual titles of division champions. However the real prize is the advancement, opportunities as the top two angler from each state advances to the 2015 TBF Federation National Championship to fish for thier share of over 200,000 in cash and prizes including the TBF Living The Dream packages, (a full year on the FLW tour and MORE all paid for!) plus 14 spot in the BFL All-American and 2 spot in the 2015 Forrest Wood Cup! ALL with no entry fees!
For full Eastern Division Standings CLICK HERE
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