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Lake D'Arbonne, Farmerville, Louisiana, February 22, 23, 2019 PDF Print

Crappie Masters All American Tournament Trail will hold a National Qualifier and The Louisiana State Championship, February 22, 23, 2019 on Lake D'Arbonne, Farmerville, Louisiana. Sponsored by Renewable Fuels Association "Ethanol Fueled With Pride", American Ethanol, Bass Pro Shops, Union Parish Tourist Commission, Union Parish Police Jury, City of Farmerville, the tournament will qualify anglers for the 2019 National Championship to be held on Grenada Lake, Grenada, Mississippi.  

Late registration is on Thursday, February 21 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 3:00PM and must be in the weigh-in line by 4:00PM. The weigh in is open to the public.

A free kids fishing rodeo will be held on Saturday, February 23 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, Union Parish Police Jury, City of Farmerville, D'Arbonne Pointe, Lake D'Arbonne State Park, D'Arbonne Lake Motel, D'Arbonne Diner, Z 107.5, and D'Arbonne Sporting Goods.

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, Fish N Tools, Quickfire, Monster Crappie Media and Huffman Publishing, and KMMO Brad & Brian in the Outdoors.

 
Lake Talquin, Gadsden County, Florida, February 8, 9, 2019 PDF Print

Crappie Masters All American Tournament Trail will hold a National Qualifier and Final Leg Of The Florida State Championship, February 8, 9, 2019 on Lake Talquin, Gadsden County, Florida. Sponsored by Renewable Fuels Association "Ethanol Fueled With Pride", American Ethanol, Bass Pro Shops, Gadsden County Tourist Development Council, the tournament will qualify anglers for the 2019 National Championship to be held on Grenada Lake, Grenada, Mississippi.

 

Late registration is on Thursday, February 7, 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 3:00PM and must be in the weigh-in line by 4:00PM. The weigh in is open to the public.

 

A free kids fishing rodeo will be held on Saturday, February 9 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 Lake Talquin Lodge. 

 
St. Johns River, Deland, Florida, February 1, 2, 2019 PDF Print

Crappie Masters All American Tournament Trail will hold a National Qualifier and First Leg Of The Florida State Championship, February 1, 2, 2019 on the St. Johns River, Deland, Florida. Sponsored by Renewable Fuels Association "Ethanol Fueled With Pride", American Ethanol, Bass Pro Shops, West Volusia Tourism Advertising Authority, thetournament will qualify anglers for the 2019 National Championship to be held on Grenada Lake, Grenada, Mississippi. 

Late registration is on Thursday, January 31, 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 3:00PM and must be in the weigh-in line by 4:00PM. The weigh in is open to the public.

A free kids fishing rodeo will be held on Saturday, February 2 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, Highland Park Fish Camp, UDH Contractors and Porzig Realty.

 
Kannall And Fields Ride High Winds, High Waves, And High Weights To Victory PDF Print

Following a strong cold front, predicted high winds, and dangerous boating conditions, all of which presented a challenge for the 43 teams that participated in the Crappie Masters sponsored by The Renewable Fuels Association “Ethanol Fueled With Pride”, American Ethanol, and Bass Pro Shops Carlyle Lake, Illinois 2019 Early Bird Kickoff National Qualifier held October 20, 2018 hosted by The City of Carlyle, and Clinton County Tourism.

It became apparent early in the weigh-in that 2018 weights would far eclipse those in 2017 at Carlyle Lake and no team displayed that more than the local team of Anthony Kannall and Mike Fields who literally shocked the crowd topping the scales with an eye popping 7 fish limit that weighed 11.27 pounds with a monster 2.85 kicker fish, the eventual Big Fish of the tournament, putting the rest of the field on notice that they were there to win. Kannall and Fields knew there were good fish in the area they chose to fish from productive pre-fishing. With years of experience on the lake, tournament day turned into a day they didn’t even expect, and it started early at 8:30 when Fields set the hook on the 2.85 pound crappie, which was followed up about 10 minutes later when Kannall hooked into a 2.30 of his own. The team stated they stuck to their game plan to fill out their limit and that once the wind got stronger their bite went away, but all they needed was secured in the livewell. The team went old school, corking with red and chartreuse Jigs in 7 to 10 feet of water over brush piles on the main lake. They also credited their Humminbird Electronics to keep on and finding the structure in the wind. Kannall and Fields took home $3,500.00 for the victory, $602.00 for Big Fish of the tournament, and an additional $250.00 for using E10 fuel in their boat compliments of The Missouri Corn Growers Association and American Ethanol.

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