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RiverBassin Trail Results: Frankfort, KY

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Louisville KY, Taylor Maione makes her kayak fishing tournament debut at the 2011 RiverBassin Tournament Trail held in Frankfort, KY and presented by Canoe Kentucky.   Taylor took a first place finish in both the Youth Division and the Female division.

Did I mention that Taylor is also one of our very own YakAnglette’s.  Well, sort of, she’s a little young to be cruising the internet by herself but her dad, a YakAngler Pro-Staffer, keeps us frequently up to date on Taylor’s Catches.

 

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Taylor, age 7, the youngest entrant in the RiverBassin Tournament lead the youth division and Female division with 19.25 inches. Her first place prize for the Youth Division was her very own Jackson “Day Tripper” kayak.

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Prizes and other results for the day can be seen below:

1st Place Individual Division - Jackson Coosa

1st Place Team Division - 10' NuCanoe

1st Place Female Division - Hook 1 Gift Card

 

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Karl Hudson took the first place Individual division.

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Congratulations to all that participated and took home prizes at this event.  Overall, this was a great tournament that I look forward to participating in again in the future.

For more information and pictures about the RiverBassin Trail, please visit:  www.riverbassintrail.com

 


About the Author: Adam Hayes is an avid kayak angler and the Co. Founder of YakAngler.com He is addicted to fishing tackle and gear and is dedicated to growing the sport of kayak fishing.
Adam considers himself a mediocor writer and "crappy" photographer but still loves to share his stories and findings with the readers of YakAngler.
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About the Author: Adam Hayes is an avid kayak angler and the Co. Founder of YakAngler.com. He enjoys spending time on the water with his friends and family and really just about anything than involves growing the sport of kayak fishing.