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The last spot in the 2022 Bassmaster Classic will be filled on historic Lake Eufaula as the Alabama fishery hosts the Bassmaster Team Championship and Classic Fish-Off Dec. 8-11, 2021.
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February 13, 2021 – Favorite Fishing has entered into agreement with Joe Bass Team Trail as the exclusive rod and reel sponsor of the trail. Favorite Fishing will become a SAVE A RECEIPT partner. In addition Favorite Rods and Reels will be drawn for as participation prizes at the 2021 Invitational banquet. Further enhancing their […]
Last updated on February 15th, 2021 at 12:21 pmFebruary 15, 2021 – Googan Baits has joined Tackle HD Joe Bass Team Trail as a Save A Receipt sponsor. The benefit of this sponsorship is the opportunity for our anglers to be awarded Pro packs at the 2021 Invitational to be held on Truman Lake Oct […]
Last updated on February 13th, 2021 at 05:48 pmFebruary 2, 2021 – Joe Bass Team Trail is happy to announce the addition of Lucas Oil as a SAVE A RECEIPT partner. This agreement further solidifies the sponsorship support that Joe Bass Team Trail has attracted. “What impresses me most is that their products enhance engine […]
Every season seems to fly by, but this year’s five tournament schedule has blasted by like a Skeeter with a Yamaha strapped to the back! Plugs aside, the final event of the 2021 Joe Bass Team Trail … [Read More...]
The season finale of the Joe Bass Team Trails Truman Division once again proved the strength of a resurgent lake in addition to the mettle of the Truman anglers, as 90 teams assembled at Shawnee Bend … [Read More...]
The final 2020 tournament on Pomme was a thriller for the Division Champions race. The team winning Division Champions had no idea they were in contention, however with the throw out they rocketed to … [Read More...]
The season finale of the Joe Bass Team Trails Table Rock Division proved a bit tough as the typical September slump appeared to have the fish starting to scatter from their summer haunts but not quite … [Read More...]
Cooler temps means the fish are on the move. From listening to the anglers the fish were from 6 inches of water all the way out to 25 feet. Those that were deep seem to be hanging in the brush piles … [Read More...]
Season Finale at Mark Twain = TOUGH BITE
Lake Level 605.74 No Generation
Water Conditions Lower Lake; Clear. Mid-Lake; Clear w some creeks Stained
Water Temps; Low to Mid 80s
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01/02/21 Bull Shoals
The chaotic nature of weather conditions during the 2020 season overflowed into the 2021 Joe Bass Team Trail Bull Shoals season as temperatures in the days leading up to the mid-season event ranged from mild temps in the 50’s to a few frigid nights dancing around the freezing point. A front that brought a mix of winter weather was followed by more of the same on tournament day which set the stage for a challenging event for the 19 teams that assembled at Buck Creek Marina.
Taking top honors was the stout local team of Jason Davidson and Darren Tilley. Their best five bass pushed the scales to 18.88 pounds, giving them a slim margin over second place. Jason and Darren sorted through 18 keepers, anchored by the second big bass of the day, a toad 5.54 pound largemouth. They noted their Sport Boats USA Key to Success centered on a strong afternoon A-Rig bite on deeper locations....
Jason Davidson and Darren Tilley rounded out the top three with a strong 15.84 pound bag. They worked several of their honey holes to find their fish, which they caught on crankbaits on secondary points....
Matt Brown teamed with Blake Curtis to wrap up second place accolades. The pair weighed a five fish limit for 16.41 pounds to take the runner up position. They reported catching 7-8 keepers on spinnerbaits and Rock Crawlers fished in flat pockets....