Being resiliant paid off for Pam Martin-Wells as she captured her 4th career victory at Neely Henry on the WBT this weekend. This was the first tournament of the year.“It was simple persistence,” Martin-Wells said. She had fished in heavy current druring the event.
Her 38-pound, 10-ounce total bested Tammy Richardson of Amity, Ark., who recovered after a slow first day to finish second with 38-3.
Martin-Wells won $1,000 and a Skeeter/Yamaha boat rig valued at $55,000.