Bass Tournaments in Southwest Missouri

Bass Tournaments in Southwest Missouri

USA Bassin National Fishing Trail, Table Rock North division (MO-14). Fun and Affordable Team/Solo, Next Gen and Co-ed Teams welcome too! 1 Payout for every ‘5’ boats entered!

Plus, qualify for regional and national tournaments and fish for bigger cash and merchandise! Even fish for a Ranger/Mercury Comanche or Aluminum fully rigged bass boat! 

Must acquire 250 divisional points (50 to 100 points per div. tourney entered possible) to be eligible to participate in regionals/nationals. 

Table Rock North Division MO-14 (click here for details) Spring

Randy Yancey- Division Director; randy@apowebsitegroup.com or call 843-267-3152.

For low boat number, pay online by clicking on ‘gold button’ below!  Membership cards available online or at the ramp if you don’t yet have one!

To Pay with Credit Card/Debit Card Click the button below !! ($2+ service fee)

April 2018 

  • Date                            Place                                   Times                            Type                Entry $
  • 4-15-2018(#3)       Cape Fair Marina                   7:00 am to 3:00 pm        Team or Solo      $60 per boat
  • 4-16-2018(#4)       Aunts Creek No. Ramp         7:00 am to 3:00 pm         Team or Solo      $60 per boat
  • 4-22-2018(#5)       Cape Fair Marina                   6:30 am to 2:30 pm        Team or Solo      $60 per boat

USA Bassin Tournament Entry or Add/Renew Card(s) !


Team Entry and/0r Card(s)



Here are some videos from our last few Table Rock tournaments!

USA Bassin Results, Table Rock North division at Mill Creek, March 11th, 2018

USA Bassin Results, Table Rock North division at Cape Fair March 11th, 2018

Upcoming Tournament Schedule video!

My Biggest Fish Table Rock North Tourney, March 11th 2018

My Biggest Bass at USA Bassin Regionals, Lake of the Ozarks, September 24-25th, 2017

Tightlines fellow bass Fishermen & Women!

Table Rock North division of USA Bassin National Fishing Trail

Table Rock North division of USA Bassin National Fishing Trail

The Table Rock North division of USA Bassin tournament on March 31st, 2018 was a
great day!

Be sure and check out the middle of the video as we basically tell you where and with what we caught the majority of our double digit bag!

Up Coming Table Rock North division tournaments!

  1. Saturday, April 14th at Cape Fair Marina     7 AM to 3 PM weigh in!,

  2. Sunday, April 15th at Aunts Creek               7 AM to 3 PM weigh in!

  3. Sunday, April 22nd at Cape Fair Marina       6:30 AM to 2:30 weigh in!

See the ‘short interview’ with me playing MC, while questioning Westin about our pattern and successful strategy leading to our 3rd place finish that day!

Here’s a video, with a detailed explanation how we caught our limit of ‘fat’ Table Rock bass!


My son Westin Yancey and I fished the second of five Table Rock North division series of USA Bassin Saturday at Aunts Creek ramp!

When we arrived at shortly after 6:00 AM, we were surprised to see 20-30 boats already lining up for another tournament at Aunt’s Creek ramp. With forecast calling for a low 60’s day, we took off
promptly at 7:00 AM.

It had been years or even a decade or longer since I’d fished out of Aunts Creek on Table Rock lake, but I had good bass club memories of many limits brought to the scale while fishing with the ‘Finley River’ bass club back in the ’90s!

My son and I decided due to the recent warming rains, that we’d concentrate early on the warming tho muddy water in the backs of creeks. After about an hour and a half with no bites to speak of, we headed out for deeper water.

Be sure and check out the middle of the video (138 seconds in) as we basically tell you where and with what we caught the majority of our double digit bag! See the ‘short interview’ with me playing MC, while
questioning Westin about our pattern and successful strategy leading to our 3rd place finish that day!

Congratulations to the Top 4 winning bags, 3 weighed double digit bags (Cole Findley/Matt Cesar; Westin and Randy Yancey; Mike Gold/LG Linville), and the 4th place team of Tony Rains/Adam Issacs, big bass winner (3.08) and weighed a bag over 9+ pounds!

The next tournaments are April 14th at Cape Fair marina and April 15th back at Aunt’s Creek north ramp! For details and early take off numbers go to www.usabassin.com , Table Rock North division, MO-14! USA Bassin, the fun and affordable bass fishing trail that leads to regional and national championships!

BIG Largemouth Bass caught on Table Rock Lake! – Largemouth Bass Nation

BIG Largemouth Bass caught on Table Rock Lake! Fishing the Table Rock North division of USA Bassin National Fishing Trail! March 11th, 2018. My son Westin Yancey fished his first bass tournament since moving back from Portland Oregon with his family early this month. With this huge largemouth bass, we won it with a bag of 18.39 pounds. Come fish with us on April 14th and 15th, [ 26 more words ]

http://largemouthbassnation.com/big-largemouth-bass-caught-on-table-rock-lake/

BIG Largemouth Bass caught on Table Rock Lake! – Largemouth Bass Nation

BIG Largemouth Bass caught on Table Rock Lake! Posted on April 1, 2018 by Randy BIG Largemouth Bass caught on Table Rock Lake! Fishing the Table Rock North division of USA Bassin National Fishing Trail! March 11th, 2018. My son Westin Yancey fished his first bass tournament since moving back from Po…

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SPLASH, SPLASH! FIZZ, FIZZ! How to Fizz a Bass.

SPLASH, SPLASH! FIZZ, FIZZ! How to Fizz a Bass.

Scientists test cures for overinflated bass.

Side Fizzing a Bass That’s Floating in Your Livewell!

Well, it’s that time of year again! (Thank goodness)

Many of you are tournament bass fishermen and may already know how to ‘fizz’ your fish! This posting is for those of you that may not!

With more and more bass fishing tournaments across the nation, this is good info to copy and place in your boat along with a hypodermic needle. Just copy the content below, and you’ll have it when you need it at your next tournament. Remember, this can be done during the day, on you boat, right from your livewell! in that way, you should never suffer a ‘dead’ fish penalty, which may cost you a ‘check’! (See Link below for complete article)

Side Fizzing a Bass

1. Grasp fish by the lower jaw or around the head region, and position fish so its side is facing up and at the water surface.

2. Position the pectoral fin flat against the body in a natural relaxed position pointing toward the tail.

3. Identify needle insertion location, which is two to three scales behind the tip of the pectoral fin.

4. Orient the beveled side of the 16-gauge, 1½-inch needle facing up. At about a 10- to 20-degree angle, slide needle tip under trailing edge of a scale toward the fish’s head.

5. Submerge fish and needle, raise the needle to a 60- to 90-degree angle, and insert needle until air bubbles exit the needle base.

6. Vent small fish (less than 3 pounds) for three to five seconds and larger fish for five to eight seconds.

7. Remove the needle and observe the fish. If the fish cannot resubmerge, vent additional gas from the fish’s air bladder as described above.

8. If bubbles don’t exit the needle, check for blockage by blowing through the needle. If blockage persists, clear debris from needle using a syringe.


Here’s the original article link, to read the whole thing!!

SPLASH, SPLASH! FIZZ, FIZZ!

Scientists test cures for overinflated bass.

One more thing: the average catch-and-release angler needn’t worry about fizzing bass. A fish that’s released quickly will have enough energy to fight the buoyancy and go back under. If it swims down to the approximate depth where it was caught, the air bladder will deflate and symptoms will go away.

A bass that’s held in a livewell, awaiting weigh-in at a tournament, struggles to stay submerged. “After about 10 minutes,” Myers says, “it gets exhausted and rolls upside down.”

Nobody wants to see schools of bass floating belly up at the release site of a fishing tournament. It gives tournaments a bad name. And while they’re struggling at the surface, bass run a greater-than-usual risk of being run over by boats or eaten by predators. If a needle in the air bladder can help them get home sooner, it’s better all around.

Good luck this year and here’s a link to the USA Bassin ‘Table Rock North’ division tourneys now scheduled through April on North Table Rock lake!

Randy Yancey-Tournament Bass Angler and Tournament Director/Host!

Table Rock Mill Creek Smallmouth March ’18

Table Rock Mill Creek Smallmouth March ’18

Finally! Fished from 130 to 500 today. First fish on fire tiger Arkie 350 crankbait. Mill Creek on Table Rock. Felt great! Come fish our USA Bassin tournament Sunday at 730 at Mill Creek on Table Rock.
Come join us and see if you can catch 5 of these!!!

USA BASSIN Tourney; NEW Table Rock North Division, Sunday 3-11-2018

USA BASSIN Tourney; NEW Table Rock North Division, Sunday 3-11-2018

USA BASSIN Tourney; NEW Table Rock North Division, Sunday 3-11-2018

USA BASSIN Tourney; NEW Table Rock North Division, Sunday 3-11-2018!

Team Tournament for Coed, Next Gen or Regular teams. Starts this Sunday at Mill Creek Ramp.

Go to www.usabassin.com, division drop down, Missouri, then choose Table Rock North division for details!

Only $60 per team (includes big bass pot). Does require a USA Bassin membership for 2018, which is only $25 annually!

Hope to see you at Mill Creek ramp! Times are 7:30 am to 3:30 pm weigh in!

Randy Yancey – Tournament Director

for USA Bassin, Table Rock North division, Springfield Mo

 

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