Jacob Powroznik delivered that punch Sunday in the form of two good-sized bass in the last hours of competition of the four-day Evan Williams Bourbon Bassmaster Elite at Toledo Bend.
Toledo Bend Reservoir produced a little something extra — lagniappe in Louisiana French-speak — for Dean Rojas on Saturday. That something extra was a 7-pound, 2-ounce largemouth bass.
Bassmaster Elite Series rookie Jacob Powroznik had been to Toledo Bend Reservoir just once before he came to the May 1-4 Evan Williams Bourbon Bassmaster Elite.
Nobody is complaining about a lake that produces two 25-pound bags and 11 more over 20 pounds, like Toledo Bend did Thursday at the Evan Williams Bourbon Elite Series Tournament. But according to Toledo Bend veterans Todd Faircloth and Kelly Jordon, it could be so much better.
Toledo Bend is ablaze with big fat bass – and many are still on spawning beds. Just ask Darold Gleason.
If you can't be in Louisiana in person, we've got you covered, right here on Bassmaster.com.
A look back at the history of Toledo Bend and how bass legend Rick Clunn thinks it will fish in 2014.
Thunderstorms and a drop in temperature will make sight fishing difficult for Elite Series pros.
When reviewing anglers’ past performances for Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing on Toledo Bend, be sure to note in what season they fared well or faltered.
Bassmaster Magazine’s third annual ranking of America’s best bass fisheries has been announced, and there is a new champion.