Toledo Bend by the numbers Posted on April 6, 2017 The Bassmaster Elite Series on Toledo Bend presented by Econo Lodge, April 6-9, will be the fifth Elite Series event on Toledo Bend in the past seven years. Situated on the Louisiana-Texas border, Toledo Bend Reservoir is the fifth largest man-made body of water in the United States. Letâs take a statistical look from the previous two tournaments. All captions: Gettys Brannon Photo: Dave Mercer - Ranked the No. 1 fishery by Bassmaster Magazine for the past two years, the Elite Series pros look to take a similar approach from the 2014 and 2016 events held in early to mid-May, only a week into April, due to a warm winter. Photo: James Overstreet - The last time the Elites here Kevin VanDam broke the longest winless streak in his career, adding his 21st B.A.S.S. win, nearly breaking the century mark with 96 pounds, 2 ounces. Only to add two more Elite Series victories before the end of the 2016 season. Photo: Chris Mitchell - Before the âBrent Ehrler rule,â Elite Series rookie Jacob Powroznik, would win his first Bassmaster Elite Series tournament on Toledo Bend in 2014, with 79-12. Photo: Seigo Saito - 7 pounds, 11 ounces â would be the deficit between Chris Lane and KVD in 2016. Photo: Seigo Saito - While Chad Morgenthaler would lose by just 2-6 in 2014. Photo: The largest bass weighed in 2016 was a 9-5 largemouth, hooked by Stephen Browning within a few cast of the second day of competition. - The largest bass weighed in 2016 was a 9-5 largemouth, hooked by Stephen Browning within a few cast of the second day of competition. Photo: In 2014, Chris Zaldain held the largest fish that weighed 8-12. - In 2014, Chris Zaldain held the largest fish that weighed 8-12. Photo: Seigo Saito - Remarkably, the Top 12 cut in each tournament was a three-day total of 54-7â¦ Photo: Chris Mitchell - Casey Ashley in 2014â¦ Photo: James Overstreet - and Morizo Shimizu in 2016. Photo: Seigo Saito - Though the cumulative total weight for the Top 12 after Championship Sunday was 84-pounds heavier in 2016. Photo: Ronnie Moore - According to BASSTrakk, in the final two days of competition in 2016, there were 6, 7-plus-pound fish recorded. 15: 6 to 7-pound fish 15: 5 to 6-pound fish 37: 4 to 5-pound fish 560: total caught Photo: James Overstreet - In 2014, the numbers were as follows: 2: 7 to 8-pound fish 3: 6 to 7-pound fish 19: 5 to 6-pound fish 32: 4 to 5-pound fish 480: total caught Photo: Seigo Saito - In both tournaments, approximately 70 percent of the fish logged in the two final days of competition were registered before noon. Photo: James Overstreet - 80 percent of the 392 fish caught before noon in 2016, were logged between the hours of 7 to 9 a.m. Photo: Seigo Saito - 70 percent of the 383 fish caught before noon in 2014, were logged between the hours of 8 to 10 a.m. Photo: Seigo Saito - Only three anglers finished within the top 20 in both yearsâ¦ Photo: Garrick Dixon - Kevin VanDam (19th, first) â¦ Photo: Steve Bowman - Keith Combs (20th, fourth) â¦ Photo: James Overstreet - and Hank Cherry (16th, sixth) Photo: Seigo Saito - With water conditions different and fish in all stages of the spawn, will stats play out in the 2017 Bassmaster Elite Series presented by Econo Lodge?