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Brian Travis


Hometown Conover, North Carolina


Last 3 Finishes 69 - Lake Guntersville, 10/20/2011
22 - Lake Champlain, 9/15/2011
21 - Lake Pickwick, 7/21/2011

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Tournament Finishes
(Only recent tournaments are included. Not necessarily a career listing.)
Date Tour Event Place
10/20/2011 FLWT Lake Guntersville 69  
9/15/2011 FLWT Lake Champlain 22  
7/21/2011 FLWT Lake Pickwick 21  
6/16/2011 FLWT Kentucky Lake 137  
6/2/2011 FLWT Potomac River 92  
5/19/2011 FLWT Red River 50  
4/14/2011 FLWT Lake Chickamauga 46  
3/24/2011 FLWT Lake Hartwell 31  
3/3/2011 FLWT Beaver Lake 148  
2/3/2011 FLWT Lake Okeechobee 14  
8/5/2010 FLWT Lake Lanier 15  
6/23/2010 FLWT Lake Guntersville 19  
5/26/2010 FLWT Lake Ouachita 102  
4/21/2010 FLWT Fort Loudoun/Tellico Lakes 94  
3/24/2010 FLWT Lake Norman 4  
3/3/2010 FLWT Table Rock Lake 25  
7/9/2009 FLWT Lake Champlain 114  
6/11/2009 FLWT Kentucky Lake 116  
5/14/2009 FLWT Beaver Lake 141  
4/23/2009 FLWT Lake Norman 35  
3/12/2009 FLWT Table Rock Lake 15  
2/12/2009 FLWT Lake Guntersville 97  
8/14/2008 FLWT Lake Murray 8  

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