Latest Elite Series News

Charlie Hartley's second keeper

Apr 3, 2014

Goldbeck on a roll!

Apr 3, 2014

Photos by Bassmaster Marshal Larry Stoafer.

Skeet is catching 'em

Apr 3, 2014

Marshal Gunny Schuler captures Skeet Reese culling like a madman. 

Brandon Card

Apr 3, 2014

McClelland hooks up as storm arrives

Apr 3, 2014

As the rain begins to fall and the thunder rumbles in the background, Mike McClelland sets the hook and reels in his fifth keeper. Relief for McClelland. He says he has 10-12 pounds. 

Storm approaching Table Rock

Apr 3, 2014

Ronnie Moore says omnious clouds are heading his way. Mercer and Overstreet getting ready as well. 

Jeff Kriet boats another keeper

Apr 3, 2014

This one won't cull, but he is extremely pleased with how productive this spot has been. He tells us "This isn't even my good stuff!" 

Previous B.A.S.S. events on Table Rock Lake

Apr 3, 2014

The A.R.E. Truck Caps Bassmaster Elite at Table Rock Lake is the 14th B.A.S.S. professional event on the lake (13th if you do not count the 2005 Busch Shootout won by Brent Chapman). The first was in 1970. The latest was the 2012 Bass Pro Shops Central Open won by Casey Scanlon. This will be the second Elite event on Table Rock; the first was the 2006 season finale won by Todd Faircloth.

James River is an attraction

Apr 3, 2014

The further we've gone up the James River arm of Table Rock Lake, the more Elite Series pros we've seen. But it's hardly crowded. There's an angler around every other bend. There's good news and bad news on the weather front. The good news? A southerly wind started  picking up at mid-morning. Brian Snowden, who lives in nearby Reeds Spring, said yesterday that wind is the most important weather factor on a clear Ozark lake like this. "Ten to  15 miles out of the south is perfect," Snowden said.

POW! That's a limit for Chris Lane!

Apr 3, 2014

Chris Lane just caught a Giant to finish out his Limit!! POW!! Photo by Bassmaster Marshal  Josh Falke.

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