Online Summer Open Podium

August 22, 2016 1:35 pm Published by with 1 Comment

KFO would like to congratulate Aron Kimbler on his first place finish at the Online Summer Open event! Aron put up a total of 55″ which means Aron averaged over 18″ per fish! Aron’s biggest fish was a small mouth bass measuring 19.25″ followed by another small mouth measuring 18.25″. Aron will be receiving:

Second place goes to Clayton Haske with a total of 51.75″. Clayton averaged 17.25″ per fish and had a nice 20.5″ fish to help secure his second place spot. Congratulations Clayton, you will receive:

Taking 3rd place was Andy Colvin. Andy finished with a total of 48.75″ which makes his average fish a little over 16″. Congratulations Andy, you receive:

Big Bass for the Online Summer Open goes to Clayton Haske. Clayton’s largest fish for the weekend measured in at 20.5″. Congratulations Clayton, you will be receiving:

  • $100 Cash

KFO will be donating $292 + Aron Kimbler’s cash winnings donation of $175 which is a total of $467 to Nia’s Paddle for a Cure GoFundMe.

Large Mouth Leader did not change with this event and is currently held by Aron Kimbler.

Small Mouth Leader changed with this event as Aron Kimbler caught a 19.25″ small mouth. Aron caught at least 10 fish all of which were small mouth during this online tournament.

  • Small Mouth Leader status

*Remember that at the end of the year we will be giving away sponsor prizes for Large Mouth Leader (LML) and Small Mouth Leader (SML). Throughout the season the LML and SML will change as bigger fish are caught. If you hold one of these statuses at the end of the year, you will receive:



  • TBD (We are actively working on extending sponsorship for this status)
  • $25 YakAttack store credit

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  • Profile photo of jenningsm21 jenningsm21 says:

    Want to give shout out to Clayton Haske, and Andy Colvin, who took 2nd and 3rd place in the #KFO Online Summer Open. Also mad props to Aron Kimbler, who not only took first place, but donated his entire winnings to, Nia Jennings-Evergin Paddle For A Cure. Also to #KFO (#KayakFishingOhio) for their donations from the KFO Online Summer Event. As i have always said before, it’s not all about the fishing, but the friendships, camaraderie, fellowship, and brotherhood that exist between us all. There is a special bond between us all, even though we fish against each other in tournaments, and the competition is fierce, we’re always there to help each other out, no matter what and thats true sportmanship. When it was known what Nia was going through, all of my fishing family came through and showed support for her. From Bret Chumley, and Luke Buxton, #Columbuskayak, getting Nia Jennings-Evergin Paddle For A Cure started, to many KFO members taking time out of the tournament to attend the event, it shows the alliances, fellowship, and the genuine concern that each and everyone of you had to come and support my daughter, and i thank you all for that. You all are definitely my brothers. Ken Morris, Mike Rohde, Jake Horne, Kevin Parrott, Andy Colvin, Reed Carpenter, David A Norris, Quinton Echols, Jerod W McComas, Bret Chumley, Luke Buxton, Clayton Haske, Aron Kimbler, and all the other KFO members. Again thank you all so much for you support, and the friendships that i will always cherish

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