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Boyd And Fornoff Take Titles And All The Glory At The 2011 Federation National Championship On Lake Nickajack

Boater Allen Boyd's 2011 TBF national championship victory gives him the $100,000 Living the Dream packageKIMBALL, Tenn.(April 16, 2011) - Emotions ran high today as the 2011 Federation National Championship presented by the National Guard came to a dramatic close. The Chattanooga Convention Center housed the main event and a lively crowd grew still as each weight was settled and the fates of the 14 hopeful TBF anglers hung in the balance. All 14 Division Champions earned berths to the 2011 Walmart BFL All-American presented by Chevy in Shreveport, La., May 19-21, and the national champions qualified for the prestigious Forrest Wood Cup presented by Walmart.

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