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Grenada Lake, Grenada, Mississippi, March 22, 23, 2019 PDF Print

 

The runner up position was filled by the Oklahoma team of Robert Carlile and Craig Nichols who nearly gained their second Crappie Masters victory of the season weighing in 32.06 pounds over the two tournament days and walked away with a check for $3,100.00. Carlile and Nichols stuck to their preferred fishing technique and single poled purple and chartreuse custom hair Jigs in 15 foot of water targeting quality fish suspended 3 feet down with the help of their electronics, Minn Kota Trolling Motor, and Mercury Motor to make the critical moves needed to claim the second place position. Carlile and Nichols are sponsored by Huckabee Rods, Dunkin Jigs, and Lowrance. 

Third place went to the current Crappie Masters Angler Team of the Year Barry Morrow and Chad Maupin with 31.84 pounds weighed in, good for a $2,000.00 check and a great bounce back from the previous tournament at Lake Washington where they experienced engine issues. Morrow and Maupin spider rigged B’n’M Poles in 12 feet of water, catching their fish 4 foot deep using 3 inch black and chartreuse, and orange and chartreuse Bobby Garland Slab Slay’Rs. The duo also credited their Humminbird and Minn Kota Combo as a key to their success. Morrow and Maupin are sponsored by Bobby Garland, Beaver Bottom Baits, Everharts Outdoor Store, Huckabee Rods, Crappietown Jigs, Stump Jumper, Off Shore Tackle, Puddle Jumpers, Electra Air, and Perotti Rod Holders.

Fourth place and $1,725.00 went to the team of David Harley and Don Rossman weighing in a solid 31.10 pounds.  

Rounding out the top five was the team of Danny Darnall and Kevin Murphy who weighed 29.14 pounds good for a $1,450 check.

Big Fish went to the team of Wade Recker and Matt Mavigliano whose day one 2.98 dandy held up and awarded the team a check for $980.00.  

The second place big fish money went to Robert Catron and Matt Hall whose 2.94 pounder got them $420.00 to take home.  

A very touching story happened in the Adult/Youth category as the team of Brandon Fulgham and young Jake Hood whose father Bob passed away just a few months ago wanted to carry on his dad’s tradition of fishing on his home Grenada Lake waters. For his first Crappie Masters event, Jake and Brandon won a $100.00 Everharts Outdoor Store gift card and a Minn Kota Edge Trolling Motor outweighing others in the category weighing in an impressive 21.39 pounds.

Click HERE for full tournament results.

Being the final leg of the Mississippi State Championship, those winners were announced also after tallying points earned from the Lake Washington tournament, along with Grenada and the top 3 were as follows:

1st: Paul and Elizabeth Turner 398 points and $1,000.00.

2nd: John Harrison and Jeremy Aldridge 393 points and $600.00

3rd: Vic and Barbara Finley 385 points and $400.00

Crappie Masters would like to thank the Grenada Tourism Commission for their long time support and also hosting the 2019 Crappie Masters National Championship September 25-28. 

Special thanks to local sponsors that include: Grenada Tourism Commission, Comfort Inn & Suites, Hampton Inn & Suites, Hambone's Rental, Star 92.3, Vic's Guide Service, Landmark Realty, US Army Corp of Engineers, Rip-N-Lips Bait & Tackle, TLC Marine, B's Grocery and Bait. 

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, Millennium Marine, Muddy Water Baits, Jenko Fishing, Wyld Gear Coolers, Everharts Outdoor Store, HH Rods and Reels, Off Shore Tackle, Navionics, B’n’M Poles, Bobby Garland Crappie Baits, Midsouth Tackle, American Angler, Crappieholic, Frontier Metal, Valley Fashions, Crappie Now, Slider, Lake Fork Trophy Lures, The Original Rod Sox, Marine Metal Products, Timmy Tom’s Jig Company, Crappie.com, Ardent, Fish-D-Funk, Skipper’s Jigs, Foxy Fishing Gear, ProBuilt Jigs, Sure Life, Pautzke Bait Company, Mossback Fish Habitat, Freaky Frank’s Custom Tackle, Fish N Tools, Quickfire, Monster Crappie Media and Huffman Publishing, and KMMO Brad & Brian in the Outdoors.

 
Lake of the Ozarks, Sunrise Beach, Missouri, April 20, 2019 PDF Print

Crappie Masters All American Tournament Trail will hold a National Qualifier and First Leg of the Missouri State Championship, April 20, 2019 on Lake of the Ozarks, Sunrise Beach, Missouri. Sponsored by Renewable Fuels Association "Ethanol Fueled With Pride", American Ethanol, Bass Pro Shops, Captain Ron's, the tournament will qualify anglers for the 2019 National Championship to be held on Grenada Lake, Grenada, Mississippi. 

Late registration is on Friday, April 19 at Captain Ron’s, Lake Rd 5-50 Sunrise Beach, MO 65079. Registration and voucher pick-up will begin at 5:00PM with the rules meeting beginning at 6:30PM. 

Weigh in will be at Captain Ron’s, Lake Rd 5-50 Sunrise Beach, MO 65079. Anglers will fish from 6:30AM to 2:30PM and must be in the weigh-in line by 3:30PM. The weigh in is open to the public.

A free kids fishing rodeo will be held on Saturday, April 20 at Captain Ron’s, Lake Rd 5-50 Sunrise Beach, MO 65079. 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: Captain Ron's, The Lake House Inn, Deepwater Inn, Water's Edge Motel, Sleep Inn and Suites, KS95 95.1FM, Chance's R Restaurant, Sport World Boat Center, The Bank of Versailles, Edgar's Outdoor Sports, Lake West Marine, MJ's, Honey B's Restaurant.

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, Millennium Marine, Muddy Water Baits, Jenko Fishing, Wyld Gear Coolers, Everharts Outdoor Store, HH Rods and Reels, Off Shore Tackle, Navionics, B’n’M Poles, Bobby Garland Crappie Baits, Midsouth Tackle, American Angler, Crappieholic, Frontier Metal, Valley Fashions, Crappie Now, Slider, Lake Fork Trophy Lures, The Original Rod Sox, Marine Metal Products, Timmy Tom’s Jig Company, Crappie.com, Ardent, Fish-D-Funk, Skipper’s Jigs, Foxy Fishing Gear, ProBuilt Jigs, Sure Life, Pautzke Bait Company, Mossback Fish Habitat, Freaky Frank’s Custom Tackle, Fish N Tools, Quickfire, Monster Crappie Media and Huffman Publishing, and KMMO Brad & Brian in the Outdoors.

 
Lake Dardanelle, Russellville, Arkansas, April 12, 13, 2019 PDF Print

Crappie Masters All American Tournament Trail will hold a National Qualifier and Arkansas State Championship, April 12, 13, 2019 on Lake Dardanelle, Russellville, Arkansas. Sponsored by Renewable Fuels Association "Ethanol Fueled With Pride", American Ethanol, Bass Pro Shops, Russellville Area Chamber of Commerce, the tournament will qualify anglers for the 2019 National Championship to be held on Grenada Lake, Grenada, Mississippi. 

Late registration is on Thursday, April 11 at the Hughes Community Center 1000 E Parkway Drive, Russellville, AR 72802. Registration and voucher pick-up will begin at 5:00PM with the rules meeting beginning at 6:30PM. 

Weigh in will be at Lake Dardanelle State Park 100 State Park Drive, Russellville, AR 72802. Anglers will fish from 6:30AM 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, April 12 at Lake Dardanelle State Park Fishing Pier 100 State Park Drive, Russellville, AR 72802. 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: Russellville Area Chamber of Commerce, Americas Best Value Inn, Quality Inn, Comfort Inn, Best Western Inn, Boat in the Water, LLC, Brangus Steak House, Morelos Mexican Grill, Logan County Marine Inc, Feltner's Inc. 

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, Millennium Marine, Muddy Water Baits, Jenko Fishing, Wyld Gear Coolers, Everharts Outdoor Store, HH Rods and Reels, Off Shore Tackle, Navionics, B’n’M Poles, Bobby Garland Crappie Baits, Midsouth Tackle, American Angler, Crappieholic, Frontier Metal, Valley Fashions, Crappie Now, Slider, Lake Fork Trophy Lures, The Original Rod Sox, Marine Metal Products, Timmy Tom’s Jig Company, Crappie.com, Ardent, Fish-D-Funk, Skipper’s Jigs, Foxy Fishing Gear, ProBuilt Jigs, Sure Life, Pautzke Bait Company, Mossback Fish Habitat, Freaky Frank’s Custom Tackle, Fish N Tools, Quickfire, Monster Crappie Media and Huffman Publishing, and KMMO Brad & Brian in the Outdoors.

 
Reller And Creech Ride The Wind To A Win On Washington PDF Print

With high water levels and devastating flooding in the southern part of the United States, Greenville, Mississippi received and suffered their share as well, but that didn’t deter 75 teams from around the country in taking their opportunity to catch fat, pre-spawn slabs Saturday, March 9th. The Crappie Masters, sponsored by The Renewable Fuels Association, “Ethanol Fueled With Pride”, American Ethanol, and Bass Pro Shops National Qualifier and First Leg of the Mississippi State Championship on Lake Washington and hosted by the Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau. Originally scheduled to include Lakes Lee, Ferguson, Whittington, and Paradise, which always provides drama, choices, and strategy for Anglers, was reduced to Lake Washington only as officials deemed all lakes that had direct access to the Mississippi River, closed to boats and fishing because of safety issues. Tournament week still found high, muddy water on Lake Washington however participants did report catching quality fish just not in large numbers as was noted out on tournament day with only 9 of the 75 teams managing to bring a 7 fish limit to the scale led by eventual champions Kevin Reller and Brian Creech who topped the field battling high winds and expected strong thunderstorms, weighing 7 solid Lake Washington slabs that settled in at 13.96 pounds.

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