Kim Bain-Moore Seeks Third Straight LBAA Title

Kim Bain-Moore Seeks Third Straight LBAA Title
Kim Bain-Moore Seeks Third Straight LBAA Title
Kim Bain-Moore with a keeper on Lake Hartwell

Pelham, Alabama?s Kim Bain-Moore has won both Lady Bass Anglers Association (LBAA) events in 2011 and as the LBAA?s third regular season event is straight ahead at Alabama?s Lake Guntersville, people are wondering whether she can keep rolling and become the LBAA?s first three-peat winner.

The LBAA?s third regular season tournament of the 2011 tournament season is just around the bend on July 7 and 8 at Alabama?s largest lake ? Lake Guntersville. Guntersville is 69,100 acres of mainly shallow water that is filled with such delightful targets such as milfoil and hydrilla, stumps, underwater bridges and more.

What does this 30-year old Aussie transplant expect at Guntersville? ?We've had pretty extreme weather in Alabama - it's been really hot! So hot water on the lake is pretty much a guarantee,? Bain-Moore stated.

?My previous trips to Guntersville utilized Rat-L-Traps and Senko?s. This time...I will probably pack everything and narrow it down during practice. No matter where, no matter when, I always hope for a top water bite - I find top water fishing to be the most exciting. What I do know is that when the heat of the day comes- I will be looking for shade?, Bain-Moore went on to say.

Right now, Bain-Moore has more upon her mind that just the Guntersville tournament. ?I'd really like to qualify for the championship (LBAA 2011 Tour Championship ? October 6-8), and putting points on the board is the secret to that.?

?My secret so far has just been to enjoy myself?, Bain-Moore said with a smile. ?I really put in a lot of preparation in getting my tackle and boat ready. I almost practice tournament fishing while my boat is still on the trailer! I run through scenarios and make sure that I have all the things I'll need at my fingertips so I don't have to waste time looking, always remembering that it's that one cast that can make a difference, and I definitely want to make sure I give myself the time for that cast!?

Lake Guntersville will be off limits through Friday, July 1 with pre-tournament practice starting Saturday, July 2, and concluding by Noon on Wednesday, July 6. Competition days for the LBAA Lake Guntersville ProAm will be Thursday, July 7 and Friday, July 8. LBAA membership is required to fish the Guntersville ProAm.

On Saturday, July 9, the LBAA will host the Lake Guntersville Alabama Tornado Relief Charity Tournament. Entry fee is $100 per team with a guaranteed payout of $1,000 to first place. The highest finishing team with a female team member and the highest finishing team with a child age 12 or under will receive a $200 bonus. Membership in the LBAA is not required to fish this charity event. At the conclusion of the weigh-in, drawings for raffle items will take place adding another level of support that will go to help with tornado relief in Alabama. Numerous national and local organizations have donated raffle items for this event.

Both the LBAA Guntersville ProAm and the LBAA Alabama Tornado Relief Charity Tournament will launch anglers at ?safe light? and weigh-ins will start at 3 p.m. at the Val Monte Resort and Marina at 7001 Val Monte Drive Guntersville. 1-256-582-3348.

The LBAA Guntersville Tour Stop is hosted by the Marshall County Convention and Visitors Bureau.

Tournament headquarters and lodging for the 2011 LBAA Lake Guntersville event is at the aforementioned Val Monte Resort and Marina. Additional lodging is at the Days Inn of Guntersville which is located at 14040 US Hwy 431 South in Guntersville and their number is 1-256-582-3200.

For more information on the LBAA contact co-founder Cheryl Bowden @ 1-214-738-7518, co-founder Secret York @ 1-270-748-9041, or media specialist Larry Morris @ 1-540-239-7902. Or visit online.

For a schedule of other upcoming tournaments, click here.

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