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2018 Big Crappie Challenge Winners PDF Print

SESSION 1 (7-10:00am) 

1. Greg Mach – 2.62 - $955.00
2. Jason Gove – 2.21 - $695.00 
3. Jackie Albin – 2.16 - $505.00 
4. John Marshall – 1.99 - $425.00 
5. Jacob Thomason – 1.80 - $355.00 
6. Jordan Propst – 1.71 - $295.00 
7. Richard Bowling – 1.70 - $245.00
8. David Townsend – 1.61 - $200.00
9. Aaron Engelhart – 1.56 - $160.00
10. Matt Wareham – 1.55 - $125.00
11. Brandon Knutson – 1.51 – sponsor gift bag 
Target weight: 1.06 – Charlie Bunting, Clint Sanderson, Aaron Dehn - $275.00 each 

SESSION 2 (10:00am – 1:00pm) 

1. Rick Koll – 1.88 - $955.00 

2. Greg Mach – 1.86 - $695.00 
3. Ryan Burnworth – 1.74 - $505.00
4. Tom Ash – 1.73 - $425.00
5. Holly Linton – 1.70 - $298.00
6. Mike Beach – 1.70 - $298.00
7. Paul Alpers – 1.70 - $298.00
8. Jordan Propst – 1.68 - $200.00 
9. Levi Irwin – 1.67 - $160.00 
10. Jeff Friend – 1.66 - $125.00 
11. Mike Zimmerman – 1.65 – sponsor gift bag 
Target weight: 1.06 – Ben Stidham - $555.00 

SESSION 3 (1:00 – 4:00pm) 

1. Rich Campbell – 1.87 - $955.00 
2. Justin Neuman – 1.85 - $600.00 
3. Clint Pipes – 1.85 - $600.00 
4. Hunter Bowling – 1.83 - $425.00 
5. Cody Bybee – 1.76 - $355.00 
6. Jordan Propst – 1.75 - $295.00 
7. William Sjothun – 1.70 - $245.00 
8. David Vogt – 1.68 - $200.00 
9. John Shannon – 1.67 - $142.00 
10. Jason Gove – 1.67 - $142.00 
11. Tracy Shannon – 1.65 – sponsor gift bag 
Target weight: 1.06 – Collen Stanton, Chad Nugent - $413.00 each 

BIG CRAPPIE OF THE DAY: 

1. Greg Mach – 2.62 - $2550.00, Louisiana Fish Fryer, Plaque from The Woodshed, and a $250.00 bonus for using E10 fuel in his boat 
2. Jason Gove – 2.21 - $1530.00 
3. Jackie Albin – 2.16 - $1020.00 
4. John Marshall – 1.99 – Humminbird Helix 5 

YOUTH DIVISION: 

1. Alex Palmer – 1.53 – MinnKota Trolling Motor 
2. Wyatt Tucker – 1.42 - $100.00 Everhart’s Gift Card 

FEMALE DIVISION: 

1. Holly Linton – 1.70 - $25.00 Honey Hole Gift Certificate, 10’ Pink Ozark Rod, Foxy Fishing Gear 
2. Genia Redfern – 1.46 – Pink Ozark Rod 

Combined weight (all three session) - Greg Mach – 6.06 – (4) 14’ Ardent Rods, The Woodshed Plaque 

10th largest crappie of the day – Hunter Bowling – 1.83 – Millennium Seat 

15th largest crappie of the day – Tom Ash – 1.73 – (2) Denali 12’ Rods 

20th largest crappie of the day – Jordan Propst and David Vogt – 1.68 – Off Shore Tackle gift packs 

Smallest crappie, 1st session – Ryan Wood - .34 - $25.00 Honey Hole and Bobby Garland Baits 

Smallest crappie, 2nd session – David Brumley - .32 - $25.00 Honey Hole and Midsouth Baits 

Smallest crappie, 3rd session – Derrick Vetter - .32 - $25.00 Honey Hole and Slider Baits 

15th largest crappie, 1st session – Alex Palmer – 1.48 – (2) Ardent Reels 

18th largest crappie, 2nd session – Richard Bowling – Crappie Masters Net 

13th largest crappie, 3rd session – Barry Morrow and Mike Dunn – 1.64 – Marine Metal and Fish d Funk 

10th smallest of day, Cooper Creek – Trent Lankford - .53 – Jenko Rod 

8th smallest of day, Talley Bend – Jeremiah Titus - .60 – BnM Rod 

5th smallest of day, Bucksaw – Dustin Drennan - .47 – Ozark Rod 

DOOR PRIZE WINNERS: 

Jason Peters – Ozark Rod 
Bailey Woods – BnM Rod 
Stacey Helton – Jenko Rod 
Jessica Houk – Crappieholic Shirt and Hat 
Brent Billings – ProBuilt Jigs 
Robert Gier – Timmy Tom’s Jigs

Special thanks to local sponsors that include: Clinton Chamber of Commerce, Hampton Inn, Westbridge Inn and Suites, KDKD 95.3, Everharts Outdoor Store, Hawthorn Bank, Benson Center, The Wood Shed, Puddle Jumper's, Wal-Mart, Slugger's 66, and Golden Corral

Special thanks to our National Sponsors that include: Renewable Fuels Association, American Ethanol, Bass Pro Shops, Missouri Corn Growers Association, Humminbird, Minn Kota, Ozark Rods, Mercury Motors, Power-Pole, Jenko Fishing, Millennium Marine, Bobby Garland Crappie Baits, Off Shore Tackle, B’n'M Poles, Navionics, Spike-It, On This Side Catering, American Angler, Midsouth Tackle, Slider, Honey Hole Outdoors, Louisiana Fryers, Crappie Now, Crappieholic, Timmy Tom’s Jig Company, Marine Metal Products, Valley Fashions, Everharts Outdoor Store, ProBuilt Jigs, Lake Fork Trophy Lures, The Original Rod Sox, Fish N Tools, Quickfire, Fish-D-Funk, Ardent, Crazy Angler, Skipper’s Jigs, Denali Rods, Foxy Fishing Gear, HH Rods, Rod Safe, Crappie.com, Monster Crappie Media and Huffman Publishing, and KMMO Brad & Brian in the Outdoors.

 
Truman Lake, Clinton, MO, June 15, 16, 2018 PDF Print

Crappie Masters All American Tournament Trail will hold a National Qualifier and One Pole Ultimate Challenge, June 15, 16, 2018 on Truman Lake, Clinton, Missouri. Sponsored by Renewable Fuels Association "Ethanol Fueled With Pride", American Ethanol, Bass Pro Shops, and Clinton Chamber of Commerce, the tournament will qualify anglers for the 2018 National Championship to be held on Truman Lake, Clinton, Missouri. 

Late registration is on Thursday, June 14 at the Clinton Benson Center, 1008 E Sedalia Ave, Clinton, MO 64735. Registration and voucher pick-up will begin at 5:00PM with the rules meeting beginning at 6:30PM. 

Weigh in will be at Bucksaw Marina and Resort, 670 SE 803 Rd off Hwy 7, Clinton, MO 64735. Anglers will fish from 6:00AM to 2:30PM and must be in the weigh-in line by 3:30PM both days. The weigh in is open to the public.

A free kids fishing rodeo will be held on Saturday, June 16 at Bucksaw Marina and Resort, 670 SE 803 Rd off of Hwy 7, Clinton, MO 64735. Kids will register from 8:00AM to 9:00AM and will fish from 9:00AM to 10:00AM. All kids will receive a prize. Kids will need to bring their own poles and bait.

Special thanks to local sponsors that include: Clinton Chamber of Commerce, Hampton Inn, Westbridge Inn and Suites, KDKD 95.3, Everharts Outdoor Store, Hawthorn Bank, Benson Center, The Wood Shed, Puddle Jumper's, Wal-Mart, Slugger's 66, and Golden Corral

Special thanks to our National Sponsors that include: Renewable Fuels Association, American Ethanol, Bass Pro Shops, Missouri Corn Growers Association, Humminbird, Minn Kota, Ozark Rods, Mercury Motors, Power-Pole, Jenko Fishing, Millennium Marine, Bobby Garland Crappie Baits, Off Shore Tackle, B’n'M Poles, Navionics, Spike-It, On This Side Catering, American Angler, Midsouth Tackle, Slider, Honey Hole Outdoors, Louisiana Fryers, Crappie Now, Crappieholic, Timmy Tom’s Jig Company, Marine Metal Products, Valley Fashions, Everharts Outdoor Store, ProBuilt Jigs, Lake Fork Trophy Lures, The Original Rod Sox, Fish N Tools, Quickfire, Fish-D-Funk, Ardent, Crazy Angler, Skipper’s Jigs, Denali Rods, Foxy Fishing Gear, HH Rods, Rod Safe, Crappie.com, Monster Crappie Media and Huffman Publishing, and KMMO Brad & Brian in the Outdoors.

 
Ayers And Clinard Get First Victory...Heflins Win Alabama State Championship PDF Print

Numerous storylines and variables defined the Crappie Masters sponsored by the Renewable Fuels Association “Ethanol Fueled With Pride“, American Ethanol, and Bass Pro Shops Alabama River and Lake Jordan National Qualifier and Final Leg Of The Alabama State Championship May 11th and 12th in Wetumpka, Alabama. The tournament saw firsts, heat, stressed fish, perseverance, and a shocker before the top ten weighed in on Championship Saturday. Facing calm but well above average heat, saw a stellar field deal with post spawn conditions in most instances weakening fish plus throw in heat, and some teams struggled keeping fish alive which made for numerous adjustments including the eventual third place team of Joe and Janette Carter losing over 12 pounds of fish on Championship Saturday, yet not giving up, went back to it again and caught another 12 pounds eventually putting them in the third position. The true shocker of the tournament took place on Championship Saturday as day one leaders Kevin Randall and John Hendrix were unable to weigh fish Saturday leaving the door open which the team of Jimmy Ayers and Michael Clinard were happy to walk through bringing in 7 fish weighing 12.99 pounds on Championship Saturday giving them a two day weight of 25.09 pounds giving them their first Crappie Masters victory. Ayers and Clinard found fish in Swift Creek off the Alabama River but when the bite slowed down on Saturday, they made a move that would be key to the win. They jointly made the decision to go out on the river and located a treetop that produced three 2-pound fish that put them over the top. Ayers and Clinard were able to locate fish with their Humminbird Electronics and stay on them in the current with a MinnKota Trolling Motor. The team spider rigged double minnow rigs using Jenko Rods in 12 to 16 foot of water catching larger fish 5 to 12 feet down. Ayers and Clinard received $3,700.00 for the win, along with the Missouri Corn Growers Association/American Ethanol $500.00 bonus for using E10 fuel in their boat, plus for using Jenko Rods they picked up another $100.00, and $250.00 in Power Pole Captains Cash.  Ayers and Clinard are sponsored by Cunningham Motors.

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Shoemake And Cappel Claim Hard Earned Victory At Ozark Rods Open At Rend Lake PDF Print

For one of the few times in 2018, weather did not play a factor for the 64 teams that took part in the Crappie Masters sponsored by The Renewable Fuels Association “Ethanol Fueled With Pride”, American Ethanol, and Bass Pro Shops Rend Lake Ozark Rods National Qualifier May 5th at Whittington, Illinois. Light winds and warm temperatures greeted the teams, the one thing that didn’t cooperate was the big female bite. Teams found and caught large numbers of fish with many reporting boating over 100 fish, but struggled to find the larger spawning females. At the end of the day, the Muddy Water Baits team of Jesse Shoemake and Shane Cappel separated themselves from a stellar field bringing in 7 fish that topped the scale at 9.31 pounds, just outdistancing the hard charging Paul Turner who settled for a second place finish for the second week in a row. Shoemake and Cappel spider rigged B’n’M BGJP Rods in 8 to 10 feet of water with Muddy Water Baits tipped with minnows catching fish in the 7 foot range.  With Mercury power and MinnKota Trolling Motor, the team was able to stay on an area that produced quality fish in the past. Shoemake and Cappel took home the $4,000.00 winners check plus the $250.00 Missouri Corn Growers Association and American Ethanol bonus for using E10 fuel, an additional $100.00 Jenko Fishing Bonus using their minnow dipper, plus the $250.00 Power Pole Captains Cash Program bonus for winning the tournament. Shoemake and Cappel are sponsored by Muddy Water Baits, K-2 Koolers, and Perotti Bilt Rod Holders.

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