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Mike Tenaglia wins on the North East River

From Division 9 in Eastern Pennsylvania April 30th 2011, Mike Tenaglia from Yardley PA, is one step closer to the ABA National Championship with a 1st Place win and $385.00 in the American Fishing Tour bass tournament held on the North East River this past weekend. Mike had a 4 bass that weighed in at 14.10 pounds. Second place went to Mike Smith with a weight of 10.50 pounds; third place was Steven Wannberg with a weight of 9.28 pounds. Big bass was awarded to Steve Patrick for catching a 6.71 pound large mouth.

The Top five anglers were:
1.Mike Tenaglia14.10
2.Mike Smith10.50
3.Steven Wannberg9.28
4.Steve Patrick8.51
5.Ray Marcinkiewicz5.35

For compete results click here.

Conditions:
Water temps ranged from 60° to 68° and water clarity from stained to muddy as heck. Gusty winds from the northwest and clouds most of the day.

Winning Strategy:
Mike had nothing til midday, when the sun finally came out and the tide dropped; Suddenly he could see the fish and nailed 4 good ones. Mike said, "I knew there were fish around, I just had to stick it out".


Next Divisional Tournament:
May 14, 2011 on the North East River at Anchor Marina. map

For more information on this or any future event in this division contact Wayne Alker at (215) 396-7787 or by email at Walker4755@verizon.net

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April 30, 2011
Mike Tenaglia - 1st, 14.10 lbs
Steve Patrick - Lunker, 6.71 lbs
Mike Smith - 2nd, 10.50 lbs
Steven Wannberg - 3rd, 9.28 lbs


Mike Tenaglia - 1st, 14.10 lbs


Mike Smith - 2nd, 10.50 lbs


Steve Patrick - 4th, 8.51 Lunker 6.71 lbs


Ray Marcinkiewicz - 5th, 5.35 lbs


Jeff Warner - 6th


John Smith - 7th


Den Budzitowski - 8th

LEADER BOARD
AOY
1Den B741
2R Santos737
3M Tenaglia563
COY
1Ray M364
2Joe C190
2Cody S182

Den was 2 points behind Tenags, and Scott was breathing down his neck. He didn't think he had much of a chance but a good limit on day 1 put him in the lead. That limit was anchored by a 3 pounder that he literally got on his last cast. Day 2 he thought he had lost at 2pm only had two in the boat. But same place as the day before. He put 3 more in the boat in the last 10 minutes to seal the win. Joe Ciamaichela Jr wins COY for the 5th time in row. He held off a late charge by Ray Marcinkiewicz to continue his non-boater dominance. But I think he maybe hearing footsteps!
 
2017 AOY
Den Budzitowski
  2017 COY
Joe Ciamaichela Jr

Mike Piccolo took the AOY lead into the 2 day, But after day one, it looked like Mike Tenaglia could pull off a come from behind win. But Pic brought in a big 17 lb sack on day two to seal the win! Joe Phillips needed just one more fish, but it was not to be! Joe Ciamaichela Jr wins COY for the 4th year in a row. Great job Joe!
 
2016 AOY
Mike Piccolo
  2016 COY
Joe Ciamaichela Jr

Ryan Bauman took a big lead into the 2 day and did not disappoint. His 12 lb sack on day one sealed the deal for Angler of the year. Joe Ciamaichela Jr wins COY for the 3rd year in a row. He was behind going into the finals but pulled out another title on the last event.
 
2015 AOY
Ryan Bauman
  2015 COY
Joe Ciamaichela Jr

Bill Cowperthwait kicked tail for most of the year, and went into the finals with a good lead but on saturday he could not manage a fish, leaving the door open for AOY. But Bill is a tough competitor and locked the deal up with a good sack on sunday. Robert Winward wins the two day championship. A cold front made the fishing tough but Robert had them figured out when no one else could. Joe Ciamaichela Jr wins COY for the 2nd year in a row. He had a big lead going into the finals and crushed all hope amoung his competitors with a 5 pounder on day one.
 
2014 AOY
Bill Cowperthwait
  2014 Two Day Champ
Robert Winward
   
2014 COY
Joe Ciamaichela Jr
   

Win a fishing adventure to Ray Scott's Trophy Bass Retreat. details...

Ricky D, crushed the field with a 29 lb sack to win the two day and nail down his 3rd AOY title and his second in a row. Great Job Ricky your the man!!! Joe Ciamaichela Jr wins the COY title, he was in a tight race with Randy all year but he came thru big in the 2 day, to nail down the win. Congrats Joe!!!
 
2013 AOY
Rick DiIenno
  2013 COY
Joe Ciamaichela Jr

Over $1,000 of Paid Entry Fees. details...

Ricky DiIenno locks up his 2nd AOY crown. It was a real tight race this year with three anglers within 2 pts of the lead. Although Ricky could not manage a limit the fish he did bring were quailty enough to make him our first ever two time winner. Dale Gorrell wins the two day championship for the second year in a row. He held off a sunday charge by Mike Piccolo to nail down the win. Randy Iorio wins COY for the 5th time and 4th straight, the competeition was tough this year with 4 co-anglers giving Randy a good run.
 
2012 AOY
Rick DiIenno
  2012 Two Day Champ
Dale Gorrell
   
2012 COY
Randy Iorio
   

Triton Gold. details...

Mike Piccolo lead much of the year based on 3 early season wins on the flats. But that did nothing but cause Dale Gorrell to focus. Conditions were tough with high muddy water But Dale managed the only limit on the final day to tie Mike for the points lead. Causing a special tie breaker tournament in which Dale prevaled. Randy Iorio locked up COY for the 3rd straight time, can anybody beat this guy?
 
2011 AOY
Dale Gorrell
  2011 COY
Randy Iorio

Going into the 2 day, four guys within 5 pts of the AOY lead. Den didn't think he had much of a chance but 2 solid limits propelled him to win both the Division Championship and AOY. Randy had a great season, his win on the flats gave him a commanding lead going into the finals, and a solid limit on day one sealed the deal for COY.
 
2010 AOY
Den Budzitowski
  2010 COY
Randy Iorio

Jeff Lead all year but Tim K, Mike T and Chris D closed the gap and gave us all an exciting finsh to the season. Jeff was trailing after day 1 but brought in a limit on the last day to win both the division championship and AOY. Randy broke into a good lead after the final one day event, and slamed the door shut with a good limit on day one of the finals.
 
2009 AOY
Jeff Warner
  2009 COY
Randy Iorio

Ricky D, and Ralph Ferguson were in a tight race all year, but Rick Hung on to his lead on the last day winning both the Division championship and nailing down AOY. Ray M pulled a great come from behind win over defending co-angler champ Randy Iorio during the two day.
 
2008 AOY
Rick DiIenno
  2008 COY
Ray Marcinkiewicz


Johnny V and Dave Seemans were in the closest AOY race ever, after day 1 of the championship they were separated by only 0.05 lbs. But John came thru on the last day with a big 13 lb. sack winning both the Division championship and AOY. The Co-angler race was tight as well with Randy, Rob Santos, Cody Shwartz and Ed Barry all in the running on the last day. But Randy's experience paid off with a good sack winning COY.
 
2007 AOY
John Vanore
  2007 COY
Randy Iorio

Dave Seemans dominated in 2006 with 2 wins, 4 seconds and a 3rd place finish. But Trail Oliver deleiverd an impressive 21 lb sack for the two day edgeing out Dave for the 2 day championship. But Dave's second place was more than enuough to earn him well deserved AOY honors.
   
2006 AOY
Dave Seemans
   

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