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Rogers And Mead Make Statement Winning First National Championship PDF Print

In what some might call a minor shocker, the young gun team of Mathew Rogers and Baylor Mead outlasted a stellar 150 boat field and let them know they plan to be a force for years to come in claiming the 2018 Crappie Masters sponsored by The Renewable Fuels Association “Ethanol Fueled With Pride”, American Ethanol, and Bass Pro Shops National Championship September 26-29, 2018 at Truman Lake in Clinton, MO hosted by the Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce, Benton County Tourism, The Missouri Corn Growers Association, and Everhart’s Outdoor Store on a nearly perfect weather weekend. Rogers and Mead both 21 years of age, were able to control nerves, stay focused on their plan even with a couple of minor fronts passing through during the week, and capitalize on recent success to go wire to wire for the victory. With the teams starting point decided, Rogers and Mead found success early on when they boated a 2.11 pound fish which turned out to be the biggest fish of the National Championship, and they where off to the races eventually taking the day 1 lead weighing in 11.19 pounds on 7 fish. National Championship Saturday started differently as the bite had slowed for the team so they made the first of 2 key decisions that led the win, and that was moving quicker from locations which did produce keeper fish but not the quality they were looking for to reach their projected weight of 10 pounds they felt would give them a legitimate opportunity to win the tournament which led to a second critical decision, to return to the area that produced the biggest fish over the week and they chose right as the bigger fish returned and Rogers and Mead were able upgrade significantly in the final 90 minutes of competition reaching their stated goal of 10 pounds exactly totaling 21.19 pounds on 14 fish and claiming the $30,000.00 top prize along with an additional $2,100.00 for the 2.11 pound big fish, and the $2,000.00 Missouri Corn Growers Association/American Ethanol bonus for using E10 fuel in their boat. Rogers and Mead fished various depths generally from 3 to 12 feet using Rogers homemade Jigs catching fish as most teams just off the bottom. Rogers also said that really honing in his knowledge of their Electronics was vitally important to finding the locations where the bigger fish had moved. Rogers and Mead are sponsored by Outlaw Rods.

Marriage & Relationship Event PDF Print


Marriage & Relationship Event

Thursday September 27, 2018

Clinton Benson Center

1008 Sedalia Ave. Clinton, MO 64735


Registration helpful but not required


Morrow And Maupin Make It A Clean Sweep At Truman Season Finale PDF Print

Emotions were high with titles, big money, and a very special benefit all coming together Saturday, August 18 at the Crappie Masters sponsored by The Renewable Fuels Association “Ethanol Fueled With Pride”, American Ethanol, and Bass Pro Shops Final Truman Lake Qualifier and Final leg of the Missouri State Championship sponsored by The Clinton Chamber of Commerce along with On The Side Catering, and The Clinton Police Fallen Officers Benefit Tournament in honor of Gary Michael and Ryan Morton raising funds for needed equipment to help save officers lives. 

Turner Triumphs At Twain Print

With wife Elizabeth not able to make the trip to Mark Twain Lake, Paul Turner ran away from the field of 84 boats at the Crappie Masters sponsored by The Renewable Fuels Association “Ethanol Fueled With Pride”, American Ethanol, and Bass Pro Shops, Mark Twain Lake National Qualifier and Second Leg of the Missouri State Championship On August 4th. It was a full summer pattern on a hot day with quality fish hard to find for many of the angler teams participating in the tournament however as happens in most if not all tournaments, some teams inevitably find the bigger fish which was the case for Paul Turner who bucked the trend making a run up Lick Creek barely getting through some areas finding an area of deeper water that was filled with quality fish. In fact Turner said he did not leave the area the entire day and having an aluminum boat was likely the only way to get into the area, a key to victory. Turner brought a 7 fish limit to scale that wowed the large crowd along with fellow Anglers topping the scale at 9.41 pounds with a 1.52 kicker that was good for the Second Big Fish award. Turner was spider rigging B’n’M Poles and Ardent Reels in six and a half feet of water, catching fish 3 to 5 feet down using an orange jig tipped with a minnow staying on the fish using Humminbird Electronics and Minn Kota Trolling Motor. Paul and Elizabeth took home $4,800.00 for the win, plus $504.00 for second place big fish, and additional bonus money including the $250.00 Missouri Corn Growers Association/American Ethanol E10 bonus, the $100.00 Jenko Fishing bonus, and an Ardent bonus of $120.00 for using Ardent Reels. Paul and Elizabeth Turner are sponsored by Strike King Lure Company, B’n’M Poles, Crappieholic, and War Eagle Boats.

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