Bainbridge’s Clint Brown wins Reel Money Team Trail fishing tournament




The new BassCat boat won by Bainbridge anglers Clint Brown and Terry Stevens by placing first in the Reel Money Team Trail championship on Lake Seminole. Clint Brown's wife, Shirah, operates the Toadally Cakes bakery and deli in Bainbridge.
Terry Stevens, left, and Clint Brown, right, of Bainbridge, won a new BassCat boat after winning the Reel Money Team Trail championship on Lake Seminole on October 3-4.
Terry Stevens, left, and Clint Brown, right, of Bainbridge, won a new BassCat boat after winning the Reel Money Team Trail championship on Lake Seminole on October 3-4.

Bainbridge’s Clint Brown, who won a major FLW bass tournament on Lake Seminole this past summer, took home the top prize at the Reel Money Team Trail championship on Lake Seminole with the help of teammate Terry Stevens.

The duo of Brown and Stevens had a two-day total of 40.15 pounds and won a new BassCat boat for their efforts.

In 2nd place was the Faceville, Ga., team of Paul Tyre and Nic Jeter, who had a two-day total of 31.74 ounces. Tyre and Jeter won $4,000.

Clint Meeks of Plains, Ga., and Kimball Brown (Clint’s dad) finished fifth with 27.86 pounds. They won $1,300.

Locals Robert and Rick Tindall placed 7th with 26.39 pounds and won $1,100.

The Reel Money Team Trail is organized by Wes and Virginia Meadows of Cairo, Ga.

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