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Welcome Central Pro Am Bass Tournament 2013
Director: Mike Webb, Cell: (417) 425-7513, firstname.lastname@example.org
Pete Wenners Wins Pro Am Title 2012 on Bull Shoals Lake
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Welcome Bassmaster Elite Series Bull Shoals Quest 2013
Thursday April 18, 2013 thru Sunday April 21, 2013
140 Boat Dock Cove, Bull Shoals, Arkansas 72619 (map)
at the Bull Shoals Lake Boat Dock
Main Page 2013 Elite Series Quest
History of Bassmaster Tournaments on Bull Shoals Lake
Brandon Pelanluk Trokar Quest 2012 Winner on Bull Shoals Lake
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HOUSEBOAT RENTAL OFFERS - These discounted offers below are only good for new reservations only. If you have existing reservations and would like to switch please contact Ricky at the marina office. Email preferred.
1. August Weekend -Friday August 3rd to Monday August 6th
- 50' wet bar reduced to $700 from $900
- 50' bunk bed reduced to $900 from $1075
2. August mid-week - Monday August 6th to Friday August 10th
- 50' wet bar reduced to $750 from $950
3. August weekly - Friday August 3rd to Friday August 10th
- 50' wet bar reduced to $1000 from $1275
Lighthouse Point Resort rooms are $39 a night any Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday nights August 15 to August 30th- 2012. This offer can't be used with any existing or package reservations.
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PO Box 748
Bull Shoals, AR 72619
John, Delores, Steve, Cindi, Kevin, Deena, Ryan, and Ricky Eastwold
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"Once again we would like to thank everyone for joining in the fun of the 2nd Annual Boat Poker Run. Congratulations to Penny Lane of Bull Shoals, winner of the FREE Houseboat Weekend" said Kevin Eastwold. " Thanks to the many sponsors and entrants, our donation to the 2012 Fireworks will be $5,200!!!! Thanks go out to everyone for all the support!"
Join us next Memorial Day Weekend Sunday May 26th, 2013 for the 3rd Annual Barefoot Open!!
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Bull Shoals Lake: A Incredible Fishery for Bassmaster Elite Anglers, Amateurs or Families By Jill M. Rohrbach, travel writer Apr 30, 2012 Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism
Bull Shoals Lake is an incredible fishery – just ask a pro, especially those at the recent Bassmaster Elite Series TroKar Quest held April 19-22 on this 60,000-acre impoundment.
“Most definitely this is one of the best lakes I’ve fished in a long time,” said Bassmaster Pro Gerald Swindle. “If you’ve got children and you want to spend some time fishing, I would definitely look at Bull Shoals. You can put a line in and catch fish anywhere. It’s like Christmas.” He added that his wife now wants to visit Bull Shoals to fish.
Swindle placed 41st in the tournament and was a commentator for the event, which will air on April 29 from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. ET on ESPN2 and from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. ET on ESPN Classic.
Aerial view of the Bull Shoals White River State Park
With a four-day total of 78 pounds, 6 ounces, Brandon Palaniuk, 24, won the TroKar Quest and $100,000. Comprised of 100 of the most talented anglers in bass fishing, the field of competitors has won more than 200 Bassmaster tournaments, 17 Bassmaster Classic championships and 21 Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year titles. The Elite field - especially anglers such as four-time Classic champ Rick Clunn of Missouri, perennial qualifier Kevin VanDam of Michigan, and several popular Arkansas favorites like Mark Davis of Mount Ida, and Scott Rook of Little Rock - drew the public to attend the daily weigh-in events.
Nearly all of the anglers remarked on the fantastic fishery that Bull Shoals Lake offers as well as the great support and turnout for the event from the community. Many also expressed a desire to return to Bull Shoals Lake. The tournament was based at Bull Shoals Lake Boat Dock and Bull Shoal-White River State Park.
Palaniuk was able to land some big fish to make the difference in his win. Every angler was catching a lot of fish and weeded through the keepers to gain ounces. Most were cranking bluff walls and transitions.
“This is a phenomenal fishery. I probably had 150 keepers over the last three days,” said Jason Quinn. Compared to other waters, Quinn said it ranks up there because “you can just go out there and catch ‘em.”
Palaniuk fished tight angles on small brush and rock piles in open water. On day three he hooked himself in his left pinky finger when he was reaching down for a catch and it shook. “It was a KVD treble and went all the way to the bone,” Palaniuk explained. “I took 20 minutes to try to push it out but it wasn’t doing.”
He had to head to the Mountain Home emergency room. He was in and out in one and a half hours, then back on the water fishing.
Derek Remitz, who landed in 9th place with 60 pounds, 13 ounces said, “This is like a diamond in the rough.” He caught most of his fish on crankbait. They were biting about everything he threw in, type and color. “Throw it in, wind it in, and run a pattern,” he said.
Finishing in 6th place with 63 pounds, 1 ounce, Cliff Pace said, “This place is unbelievable how many fish you catch. My hands hurt so bad yesterday I could barely get fish out of my live well.”He nodded off the ubiquitous holding up of his fish at final weigh-in because he said he’d be lucky if he could even open a pickle jar later.
Edwin Evers weighed in with a solid 66 pounds for 4th place, and said he fished 45 degree banks.
“I’ve been here seven days and I saw 21 more spots today that I’d like to fish.” He told Bassmasters, “I’d come back anytime you guys want to come back.”
Brent Chapman, 6th place with 64 pounds, 7 ounces, agreed and remarked on the amazing Sunday crowd for the final tournament weigh-in. He said he used an old-school wiggle wart and “something that hasn’t caught on here yet, a top shelf swimbait. That’s what I caught all my big fish on.”
Keith Poche, who ended in 12th place with 58 pounds, 3 ounces, said he “didn’t think this fishery would do these kinds of numbers but it did.” Mark Menendez, 11th place with 59.5, added, “It is a beautiful place, a fantastic place to fish.” He said Bull Shoals Lake will be “off the hook in another year or two.”
Arkansan Scott Rook, 8th place with 61.8, worked a square-billed crankbait. “I caught 20 pounds a day in practice,” he said. “I’ve caught more fish this week than in a long time. Bull Shoals is alive and well.”
For more details on this Elite Series event, visit www.Bassmaster.com.
In addition to fishing, Bull Shoals Lake offers recreation activities in boating, skiing, swimming, camping, picnicking and scuba diving. Facilities are located in 19 parks operated by the Corps of Engineers, Arkansas State Parks, local governments and a marina. These parks include 18 boat ramps, 11 campgrounds, 13 picnic shelters, 11 marinas, 7 designated swim areas, and hundreds of miles of undeveloped shoreline. For more information, visit www.Arkansas.com.
Branson Palaniuk with two of his best courtesy http://www.bassmaster.com
• Keeping the faith at Bull Shoals
• Palaniuk takes lead at TroKar Quest
• Bull Shoals: Day One Quotes
• Bull Shoals Showing Off
• Bull Shoals on the upswing
• Bull Shoals Full of Bass
• Noone Saw This Coming
• Day Two Launch
• Day Two on Bull Shoals Lake
• Determined Palaniuk leads on Day Two
• Palaniuk on Day Three
• 2012 Trokar Quest Weigh Ins
• Day Three on Bull Shoals Lake
• Day Three Weigh In
• Notes and Quotes from Day Three
• Palaniuk Continues Pursuit of Win at Trokar Quest
• Day Four Launch on Bull Shoals
• Day Four from the Air: Sunrise over Bull Shoals Lake
• Poche is on the Right Track
• Bull Shoals is Better Than Ever!
• Wind Picks Up, Fish Activity Too
• Palaniuk Wins!
Russ Lane photo by Tom Marler 4/20/12
Bassmaster Elite Series To Uncover Bull Shoals’ Potential by B.A.S.S. News Apr. 19 - 22, 2012 - Bull Shoals, AR.
Elite Series angler Kevin Short believes Bull Shoals Lake is the best in the White River chain. He will take on the fishery in the upcoming TroKar quest.
Bull Shoals, something of a sleeper lake for several years, will be getting a wake-up call April 19-22 in the Bassmaster Elite Series Trokar Quest Tournament, the first time the Bassmaster Elite Series has stopped at the Arkansas-Missouri border fishery.
"The last lake in the White River chain, Bull Shoals is, in my opinion, the best lake in the chain, and it’s received the least amount of pressure," said Kevin Short, one of the 99 Bassmaster Elite Series pros in the event.
One reason for such an unpressured bass fishery, Short said, can be traced to consecutive years of high water. Bass were able to wiggle deep into flooded shoreline trees, some submerged in an extra 30 feet of water. Fishing that "flooded forest" was so frustrating, many an angler quickly gave up wrestling with the lure-eating tree limbs.
The spawns proceeded, and year classes of bass - largemouth, smallmouth and spotted - flourished.
The 2012 Elite field should see levels as close to normal as they’ve been for some time, Short said. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which regulates the lake, has been steadily drawing water through the system in anticipation of heavy spring rainfall toward the end of the month.
"People pull up to the shoreline, see the old waterline, and think the lake’s low. It’s not. It’s actually going to be at normal pool level, or maybe a little bit above, when we get there," he said.
From Mayflower, Ark., Short knows White River impoundments. The most recent proof of that is his 2011 win in a Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Central Open on Table Rock Lake. But success on a Bull Shoals’ sister lake doesn’t make him a shoo-in for the TroKar Quest, Short said. While the lakes are similar - rock-clay-gravel bottom unshaded by vegetation - subtle differences change the game. And his victory was in October.
This time out, Short expects spawning bass to play a role. But unlike in past Aprils, the spawn cycle is on the downhill side because of the warm winter, he noted.
The sheer size of Bull Shoals will tend to spread the field out. The lake is about 45,500 surface acres, has close to 1,000 miles of shoreline (at higher water levels), and scores of seemingly untouched coves. The lake is uncharted competition water for many in the field: it’s been almost 21 years since B.A.S.S. last brought an Elite-caliber tournament to Bull Shoals.
That was in 1991. Now-Elite pro Mark Davis of Mount Ida, Ark., was there, and finished fifth. Although he hasn’t competed on Bull Shoals since, he has visited the lake often "just for fun," he said.
"The lake went through a period of time when the fishing wasn’t very good, but in recent years has come back," Davis said. "Now there’s a good population of all three species - largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass. We’ll have mixed bags."
The lake has successfully fought off a bout of largemouth bass virus that affected the fish about 10 years ago, he noted, and the bass are now healthy and numerous.
"We’ll see a lot of 2-, 2 1/2-pound fish," he said. "To win, you’ll need 3 1/2-pound bass on average, and a 2 1/2-pound average to get a check. Anything less isn’t going to win you any money. That’s about normal for a mountain lake."
In an Elite event, each pro can bring in five fish a day, so Davis’ winning-weight estimate shakes out to about 60 to 70 pounds over the event’s four days.
Davis said he’s looking forward to competing on such a huge fishery.
"There’s not a creek, not a pocket, that does not contain fish. It will be a real pleasure to fish," he said.
First prize in the TroKar Quest is $100,000 and a berth in the 2013 Bassmaster Classic. The third of eight regular-season Elite events, the tournament gives pros another opportunity to earn points that count toward post-season and Classic qualifications. Pros also amass points that count in the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year race.
Daily weigh-ins at 3:15 p.m. CT will be at Bull Shoals White River State Park (on the east side of the dam), 153 Dam Overlook Lane, Bull Shoals, AR 72619. Fans are invited to arrive early and enjoy the TroKar Quest Family Fest at the park. All Bassmaster activities are free and open to the public.
For fans watching online, the Bassmaster website will provide extensive coverage. When the anglers are on the water, fans can follow along via BASSCam video and BASSTrakk reports from the water, blogs, and the new War Room feature. During the weigh-ins, live video and real-time leaderboards will relay the action. Photo galleries, stories and standings will be posted daily.
The Bassmasters on ESPN2 will feature the TroKar Quest on April 29 at 8 a.m. ET.
Hosting the event are Mountain Home, Ark., and the State of Arkansas.
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Elite Series pros hit Bull Shoals this weekend for the Trokar Quest event there, and will be facing a much different lake than the two Florida waters they most recently fished. BassGold is a huge resource in such circumstances, though it also offers a lot for folks who just fish locally.
Former B.A.S.S. pro Ken Cook and I took a brief look at what the historical pattern information in BassGold indicates the winning patterns and weights will be next week. Note that because BassGold has nearly 20 years of patterns (exclusive data) from the highly regarded Central Pro-Am circuit, the information on Bull Shoals is particularly good.
Bank-beaters should have a ball because the "Macro Factors" graph (generally where on a lake to fish) shows that "Shoreline" accounts for 51 percent of top five finishes on the lake in the April-May timeframe. That makes sense: In April and May, bass in deep, clear upland reservoirs generally head to the bank.
Ken: "I'm a little surprised coves and pockets [10 percent of high finishes] aren't better-indicated, but this is late spawn time and the majority of the spawners have probably moved out of the back of the coves and are located around secondary points and small shoreline cuts."
At this writing, the lake level is up a bit, which should make bank patterns even more important. And that of course means "Wood," a term in BassGold that in the case of this tournament means mostly bushes.
That's no secret to anyone who knows the lake. As Ken noted, "It's a good thing there's lots of shoreline for anglers to work with because everyone will be looking for the same things."
BassGold shows that "Spawning Beds" are the second-most-effective Habitat Factor, with "Ledge/Drop," "Gravel/Clay" and "Rock" following in that order.
Two important things to note:
1.A lot of the value in BassGold is how you interpret what it's telling you, same as any fishing tool. You'll get different things out of it depending on your fishing experience and knowledge.
2.You can mine some great info from the detailed pattern summaries. To use a recent example, high finishers at the recent EverStart Series tournament on Bull Shoals fished dirtier water ? but not with faster-moving baits, like you'd expect. And one keyed on bushes with bigger bases.
Shoreline, bushes, you know what's next: flipping and pitching. Sure enough, the "Lures/Baits" graph in this April-May "Pattern Report" for Bull Shoals shows that typical flip/pitch baits are best ? sort of.
Half to two-thirds of first through fifth patterns incorporated slower-presentation baits like jigs and soft-plastics. But here's where the ability to manipulate the "Pattern Report" graphs is so valuable. Take a look below at the differences between what winners (yellow bars) and second-fifth finishers (orange bars) used.
So if you're fishing this tournament to win it, looks like you should have a jig in your hand.
Though Ken feels that spinnerbaits and squarebill crankbaits could be factors in stained water, he predicts that "the winner will target flooded bushes in main lake pockets and the shoreline with jigs and small crawdad-imitating plastics."
He noted that the topwater bite that develops later in the month on Bull Shoals could be an effective locating technique now.
The BassGold Pattern Report for April-May shows that winning and placing (second-fifth) weights average in the mid-teens per day. That means a shade less than 15 pounds on the low side and 17 pounds or a little higher on the high side.
BassGold.com, a B.A.S.S. partner, is the world's best bass patterning tool. It has taken 45 years of tournament patterns, now over 3,500 and counting, and turned them into data you can search and sift, resulting in pattern "gold" never seen before. As a Bassmaster.com reader, you can get 15 percent off the regular subscription price when you use code BFB001 today.
BASSMASTER ELITE SERIES
BULL SHOALS QUEST
Bull Shoals – Mountain Home, Arkansas
All Anglers Are Eligible. Visit ToyotaFishing.com
For information about BASS Contingency Programs, visit Bassmaster.com/Contingency
MARSHAL ENTRY FREE: $100 (paid when signing-up) DEADLINE: March 20, 2012
Entry fees are non-refundable and non-transferable regardless of date of cancellation if you are in the tournament. Marshals on the
waiting list entry fee are refundable if they do not get into the tournament.
PRE TOURNAMENT INFORMATION
DATE/BRIEFING/FOCAS/SOCIAL April 18, 2012
WEDNESDAY ACTIVITIES LOCATION Gaston’s White River Resort 1777 River RoadLakeview, AR 72642
OFFICIAL MARSHAL ONSITE
3:00 pm to 4:00 pm
You must register in person with B.A.S.S. Staff. This will be the only registration
period. See Rule No. 4. You will be fined for being late.
OFFICIAL PRO REGISTRATION/CHECK-IN Pros will be pre-registered and will be checked in as they enter briefing
TOURNAMENT SOCIAL 4:45 pm to 5:30 pm
TOURNAMENT PRO BRIEFING 4:30 pm All Bassmaster Elite pros must attend and be on time
TOURNAMENT MARSHAL BRIEFING 4:15 pm to 4:45 pm All Bassmaster Marshals must attend and be on time
FOCAS (Fellowship of Christian Anglers) 3:30 pm to 4:00 pm
OFFICIAL PRACTICE DAYS April 16, 17, 18, 2012
DATES TOURNAMENT WATERS
OFF-LIMITS FOR PROS
March 19, 2012 through April 15, 2012
(Read Rule No. 3 carefully regarding the “no information rule” during off-limits)
DATES TOURNAMENT WATERS
OFF-LIMITS FOR MARSHALS There are no off limits for Marshals
Bull Shoals Lake and all rivers, creeks, and canals, connected to Bull Shoals Lake.
(Arkansas and Missouri waters – must have required license and or permit). Only water
open to ALL public fishing will be considered tournament waters. Any waters closed to
public fishing will be close to this tournament’s contestants.
Arkansas license is required. Visit website www1.ar.wildlifelicense.com/start.php or
call (800) 364 – GAME (4263) for licenses. Marshals do not need a fishing
FISH MINIMUM SIZE LIMIT 5 fish, Largemouth & Smallmouth – 15” Spots – 12”
*Note: All meeting times are local times
BASSMASTER ELITE SERIES
BULL SHOALS QUEST
Bull Shoals – Mountain Home, Arkansas
All Anglers Are Eligible. Visit ToyotaFishing.com
For information about BASS Contingency Programs, visit Bassmaster.com/Contingency
TOURNAMENT DATES April 19, 20, 21 and 22, 2012
LAUNCH TIME 6:30 am Contestants will go out in flights. Flights and check-in times
will be staggered to give each contestant equal fishing time.
LAUNCH LOCATION Bull Shoals Lake Boat Dock 14 Boat Dock CoveBull Shoals, AR 72619
WEIGH-INS 3:15 PM
Bull Shoals White River State Park
(Pavilion #2 & Picnic Area, east side
of Bull Shoals Dam)
153 Dam Overlook LaneBull Shoals, AR 72619
HOUSING HEADQUARTERS Marshals are on their own in regards to making room reservations. For more
information please visit www.arkansas.com & www.gastons.com .
THURSDAY APRIL 19 Official opening of the Bull Shoals Bassmaster Elite Series. Check-out and weigh-in times will be
announced at the Tournament Briefing.
FRIDAY APRIL 20 Tournament fishing schedule will be posted at weigh-in Thursday. Field reduced for Saturday’s
competition. Pairings meeting for Pro field and the participating marshals immediately after weigh in.
SATURDAY APRIL 21 Top 12 pros fishing on Sunday will be announced. Awards presented at the BASS trailer for 13th
through the top half in the pro division.
SUNDAY APRIL 22 Final competition day for top 12 pros. Awards presentation will be held at the weigh-in site.
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The Bull Shoals Lake Fishing Report & Fishing News
by Ricky Eastwold and Crew, Bull Shoals Lake Boat Dock
Sunday January 2nd - Hello, Yes it's been awhile. I went deer hunting in November. December was colder than normal for the most part and there wasn't a lot of fishing going on. We had a few warm days the last of the month and there was a lot of fishing going on. Bass is the only fish that I have seen being caught. The lake level is low around the 649 level or so. The water temp is in the 40's to low 50's depending on where you go. Visibility is good. You can see a lot of the brush piles since the lake is lower. Below are the bass patterns that are working. They are the usual winter patterns.
I will be back on the road soon working the boat-sport-travel shows around the midwest. As usual I will see most of you there. My nephew and his new wife (Kevin and Deena) will be working a lot of the shows also, so stop and see them!
1. Jig n plastics seems to be one of the best patterns right now. Mostly dark colors with the trailer also being dark. 10 to 25 feet seems to be the right depth.
2. Crank baits in 5 to 15 foot of water is also producing fish. Wiggle warts, poes, or anything that simulates a bluegill or shad.
3. Spooning in 50 to 60 feet of water back in the creeks, points, brush plies and bluff ends.
4. jerk baits, stick baits such as the long billed rogue or rebel is catching fish. Simulate the dying shad for best results.
5. 4 inch trick worm, tube jig, 5 to 20 feet of water. Make sure you have your bait in that depth of water.
6. Night crawlers in 35 to 55 feet of water, either split shot or drop shot.
WALLEYE PATTERNS -
Don't forget to check out our picture page for the latest catches!
NOTHING EVER CHANGES ON THE RIVER EXCEPT THE WATER LEVEL! THE FISHING IS ALWAYS GREAT!
The river fishing has been great!! Check out the 2010 picture page for photos of some big ones caught over the last couple of weeks. Nothing new on the patterns. --- Worms, night crawlers, power baits, salmon eggs, Count down Rapalas, spoons, rooster tails, jigs and just about any other type of trout bait or pattern you have heard of.
Come visit our expanded bait and Tackle department and good luck and good fishing to you all.
Good luck and good fishing, and please come and see us at Bull Shoals Lake Boat Dock for all your fishing needs…Thank you!
JOHN EASTWOLD’S FAVORITE SAYING - FISHING IS ALWAYS GOOD - SOMETIMES CATCHING CAN BE SLOW.
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140 Boat Dock Cove Bull Shoals, Arkansas 72619 (870) 445-4424 (map) Yes it’s true, we’re heading back to Bull Shoals for our World Famous BROstock in 2011. Mark your calendars right now, do it, June 23-26 we’ll be hosting with worlds best wakeboarding contest.
THURSDAY 23RD - 5 pm Pre-Party Party at the 178 Club
Jimmy Buffett nite with Cheeseburger in Paradise $1.00 off big burgers, lots of fun. DJ Toby will be playing fav. tunes in the Bowling Center
FRIDAY 24TH - 5pm - Method Contest - Bull Shoals Lake Boat Dock
7pm - Trophy Presentation (BYOB) - Bull Shoals Lake Boat Dock
Draw Heats for Saturday’s Double Up Contest
SATURDAY 25TH - 10am - Double Up Contest Kickoff (BYOB) - Bull Shoals Lake
8pm BROstock Awards & Party (BYOB) - Bull Shoals Lake Boat Dock
BROstock Champion Award
The Ultimate BROstocker Award
Check back for updates on all the action, here at the Bull Shoals Lake Boat Dock. Call 870-445-4424 for reservations of a pontoon or houseboat. See www.bullshoals.org for lodging accommodations.
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