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Press Releases
Lake D'Arbonne, Farmerville, LA, February 23, 24, 2018

Crappie Masters All American Tournament Trail will hold a National Qualifier, and Louisiana State Championship February 23, 24, 2018 on Lake D’Arbonne, Farmerville, Louisiana. Sponsored by Renewable Fuels Association, American Ethanol, Bass Pro Shops, Union Parish Tourist Commission, Farmerville Chamber of Commerce, and the Ruston Lincoln Parish CVB, the tournament will qualify anglers for the 2018 National Championship to be held on Truman Lake, Clinton, Missouri. 

Late registration is on Thursday, February 22 at the Willie Davis Recreation Center 116 Cox Ferry Rd, Farmerville, LA 71241. Registration and voucher pick-up will begin at 5:00PM with the rules meeting beginning at 6:30PM. 

Weigh in will be at D’Arbonne Pointe 147 Old Hwy 15, Farmerville, LA 71241. Anglers will fish from 7:00AM to 3:30PM and must be in the weigh-in line by 4:30PM both days. The weigh in is open to the public.

A free kids fishing rodeo will be held on Saturday, February 24 at D’Arbonne Pointe 147 Old Hwy 15, Farmerville, LA 71241. 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: Union Parish Tourist Commission, Farmerville Chamber of Commerce, Ruston Lincoln Parish CVB, D'Arbonne Pointe, Fairfield Inn and Suites, D'Arbonne Lake Motel, Lake D'Arbonne State Park, Z 107.5, D'Arbonne Sporting Goods, D'Arbonne Lake Guide Service, and D'Arbonne Diner

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, Tite-Lok Rod Holders, Midsouth Tackle, Slider, Honey Hole Outdoors, Crappie Now, Crappieholic, Timmy Tom’s Jig Company, Marine Metal Products, Valley Fashions, Grizzly Jig Company, Everharts Outdoor Store, ProBuilt Jigs, Lake Fork Trophy Lures, The Original Rod Sox, 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.

 
Riggins and Bates Win On The St. Johns River

 

With the weather and water temperatures heating up, so did the fishing on the St. Johns River. Fifty three teams from fifteen different states battled the high winds and river currents to weigh in some incredible fish and stringers while visiting beautiful Deland, FL. Large crowds and an exciting finish kicked off the 2018 season with the First Leg of the Florida State Championship.

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Lake Talquin, Gadsden County, Florida, February 2, 3, 2018

Crappie Masters All American Tournament Trail will hold a National Qualifier, and Final Leg of Florida State Championship February 2, 3, 2018 on Lake Talquin, Gadsden County, Florida. Sponsored by Renewable Fuels Association, American Ethanol, Bass Pro Shops, and Gadsden County Tourist Development Council, the tournament will qualify anglers for the 2018 National Championship to be held on Truman Lake, Clinton, Missouri. 

Late registration is on Thursday, February 1 at the Florida Public Safety Institute 75 College Drive, Havana, FL 32333. Registration and voucher pick-up will begin at 5:00PM with the rules meeting beginning at 6:30PM. 

Weigh in will be at Ingram’s Marina 354 Lois Lane, Quincy, FL 32351. Anglers will fish from 7:00AM to 3:30PM and must be in the weigh-in line by 4:30PM both days. The weigh in is open to the public.

A free kids fishing rodeo will be held on Saturday, February 3 at Ingram’s Marina 354 Lois Lane, Quincy, FL 32351. 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: Gadsden County Tourist Development Council, Lake Talquin Lodge, Whippoorwill Sportsman Lodge, and Ingram’s Marina.

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, Tite-Lok Rod Holders, Midsouth Tackle, Slider, Honey Hole Outdoors, Crappie Now, Crappieholic, Timmy Tom’s Jig Company, Marine Metal Products, Valley Fashions, Grizzly Jig Company, Everharts Outdoor Store, Lake Fork Trophy Lures, The Original Rod Sox, 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.

 
St. Johns River, Deland, Florida, January 26, 27, 2018

Crappie Masters All American Tournament Trail will hold a National Qualifier, and First Leg of Florida State Championship January 26, 27, 2018 on the St. Johns River, Deland, Florida. Sponsored by Renewable Fuels Association, American Ethanol, Bass Pro Shops, and West Volusia Tourism Advertising Authority, the tournament will qualify anglers for the 2018 National Championship to be held on Truman Lake, Clinton, Missouri. 

Late registration is on Thursday, January 25 at the Sanborn Activity and Event Center 901 S. Alabama Avenue, Deland, FL 32724. Registration and voucher pick-up will begin at 5:00PM with the rules meeting beginning at 6:30PM.

Weigh in will be at Ed Stone Park Boat Ramp 2990 W. State Rd 44, Deland, FL 32724. Anglers will fish from 7:00AM to 3:30PM and must be in the weigh-in line by 4:30PM both days. The weigh in is open to the public.

A free kids fishing rodeo will be held on Saturday, January 27 at Highland Park Fish Camp 2640 W. Highland Park Rd, Deland, FL 32720. 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: West Volusia Tourism Advertising Authority, and Highland Park Fish Camp.

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, Tite-Lok Rod Holders, Midsouth Tackle, Slider, Honey Hole Outdoors, Crappie Now, Crappieholic, Timmy Tom’s Jig Company, Marine Metal Products, Valley Fashions, Grizzly Jig Company, Everharts Outdoor Store, Lake Fork Trophy Lures, The Original Rod Sox, 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.
 
CRAPPIE MASTERS APPLAUDS EPA RULING

Crappie Masters, who has been a strong advocate of ethanol in the marine industry and in general, is thrilled with the announcement that the EPA made the decision to increase the RFS number to 19.29 billion gallons, a 0.05 percent increase over the 2017 numbers showing support and belief in agriculture, the American farmer, conservation, and the environment. In turn, not succumbing to a few misinformed groups who choose to ignore scientific fact ,data, and the rapidly changing pulse of a more educated boating industry. That opinion has been on full display the last 3 years on the Crappie Masters Tournament Trail, as every winning team has collected a cash bonus for using E10 fuel in their outboard with no negative issues or misfueling! Crappie Masters surveys have shown E10 fuel is the preferred choice by nearly all the participants across the country who have chosen to become educated on the benefits while enjoying increased performance, lower fuel costs, cleaner emissions, and cleaner and healthier waterways thanks to the RFS requirements, and belief by the EPA.

 
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