Locals proudly call this cedar-lined 43,100-acre reservoir in The Ozarks - “The Rock” – and for Mike Iaconelli, it sets the stage for an unavoidable pun.
Just two tournaments into the Bassmaster Elite Series season, Mark Davis is leading the Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year points race. What motivates him?
Bench finesse fishermen in favor of power crankers and flippers with a history of success on Table Rock, Bull Shoals and/or similar highland reservoirs in prespawn tournaments.
Pros who have done well on Beaver and Bull Shoals will likely do well on Table Rock.
The first two Elite events are in the bag. They were good ones, too.
Big Show knows how important it is to get the details right whether he's trailering his bass rig or his 28-foot ocean boat.
Chris Lane and Mark Davis did great work for their Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing owners. Edwin Evers and Shaw Grigsby were overrated by their fans.
For Florida native Chris Lane, the win in Palatka, Fla., was like coming home for the victory parade.
It's easy to let tough fishing or a lost fish ruin your day, but I'm here to tell you that a big part of what separates successful tournament anglers from the ones who don't perform as well as they could is the ability to salvage the bad days, turn them into productive days and move on.
If bed fishing’s the game, Shaw Grigsby’s the name.