LA – Bass Snatchers

Date: 10-14-2017#6
Caddo 2
PlaceBoaterPartnerBig BassFishTotal WeightPoints
1Mike CannonChad Roberts4.82510.5950
2Tim FairclothAnthony Fountain3.0135.9649
3Jack DeweeseTyler Lalena34.8448
4Jennifer BaxterRachel Jones3.6024.7947
5Rickey BridgesDanna Bridges33.4146
6Kelly KeithBrandon Yarnell21.8245
7Troy MartinCaleb Martin11.0844
8John FullerMike Harrington11.0143
9Brandt YoungBradley Tipton00.0033
2017 TOY POINT STANDINGS5/13/20176/10/20177/1/20177/29/20179/9/201710/14/2017TOTAL
1John Fuller – Mike Harrington504745494943283
2Kelly Keith – Brandon Yarnell474850454645281
3Mike Cannon – Chad Roberts484335484450268
4Rickey Bridges – Danna Bridges354235434846249
5Chad Gawel – Zachery Gawel4945495043236
6Jake DeQWeese – Tyler LaLena5047444748236
7Rachel Jones – Jennifer Baxter4646474247228
8Troy Martin – Caleb Martin4641355044216
9Tim Faircloth – Anthony Fountian44424549180
10Brandt Young – Bradley Tipton45313533144
11Randall Strevens – Tyler Madrigal314879
12Alex Deschler – Jeremy Dodson4949
13Josh Johnson – Dawson Cowden4646
14Brandon Ernst – Chris Young3131
15Paul Bowman – Leighton Bowman3131

NBAA Sets 2018 & 2019 National Championship Locations On Legendary Fisheries

2018 Location Brings a Whole New Look to Kentucky Lake

2019 Slated for Angler Favorite Port of Kimberling  on Table Rock Lake


PONCA CITY, OK (October 19, 2017) – The National Bass Anglers Association announced today that Kentucky Lake in Camden, Tenn., and Port of Kimberling, Mo., will host the 2018 & 2019 NBAA National Championships. For 2018, Camden and Kentucky Lake will give NBAA anglers a complete new “look” and the Port Of Kimberling was an angler favorite in 2017. Both locations will give NBAA qualified teams across the US a premier event on the top lakes in the country.

Benton County Chamber of Commerce will host the 2018 NBAA National event April 26-28 out of Camden, TN.  NBAA teams will get the chance to launch from a completely new area of massive Kentucky Lake that NBAA hasn’t been to before.

“Our community is very pleased to welcome the National Bass Anglers Association in April 2018 to Kentucky Lake,” Chamber President, Jenna Cole-Wilson, said. “We look forward to hosting this great tournament and all its anglers.”

NBAA anglers will travel from North Carolina to Montana, as far south as Louisiana and many states in between to vie for the championship titles plus cash and prizes.

“The NBAA’s team structure is a great fishing format,” NBAA Tournament Director, Randy Sullivan, said. “Anglers compete with their Buddies in local events of their choosing with very little travel or cost. Then, each year they can qualify for a true national championship event at a famous fishery like Kentucky Lake or Table Rock where they will catch tons of largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass for a chance at cash and prizes such as a new RT 188 Ranger Boat.”

A detailed fact sheet will be posted to the website at with more information for the 2018 event.  Wednesday, April 25 will be the evening registration/rules meeting, while competition days will begin Thursday, April 26.  The 2018 Champions will be crowned and awarded their new Ranger Boat on Saturday, April 28.

Full details and dates for 2019 event will be published at a later date.  But, now is the time to get a new, local NBAA division started or join an existing one to start the qualifying process to compete in Kimberling City.  It’s easy to start a NBAA division on a weeknight, or weekend or integrate one into any existing, circuit, trail or jackpot series.

For more information visit or call 580-765-9031. Look for NBAA on Facebook at

For more information about the Camden, TN. area, contact Jenna Cole-Wilson, Benton County Chamber, 731-584-8395.

Cabela’s Renews Support of NBAA

Cabela’s Renews Federation Angler Support

Ponca City, Okla.—Sept. 18, 2017—Cabela’s, the World’s Foremost Outfitter of hunting, fishing and outdoor gear, has renewed its support for North America’s largest network of grassroots tournament fishing organizations by extending its Federation Angler sponsorship for the 2018 tournament season.

“We are happy to continue our support of Federation Angler, and are looking forward to another great year in 2018,” said Jennifer Murphy, Cabela’s brand partnership program manager. “Federation Angler is a dedicated group of knowledgeable and passionate anglers. That dedication shows in the quality events they plan and execute, and all the great work they do to promote fishing and conservation.”

“We are extremely proud to continue our Cabela’s partnership,” added Kelly Gohman, Federation Angler VP of sales and marketing. “Cabela’s has been a great supporter of Federation Angler’s competitive fishing, youth outreach and conservation efforts. Plus, their industry-leading products are a perfect fit for our hard-fishing members and the thousands of fans following them across our media platforms.”

Cabela’s, headquartered in Sidney, Nebraska, is the world’s largest direct marketer of hunting, fishing, camping and related outdoor merchandise. Since the company’s founding in 1961, Cabela’s has grown to become one of the most well-known outdoor recreation brands in the world, and has long been recognized as the World’s Foremost Outfitter.

Through Cabela’s expansive network of retail stores and its well-established direct-order business, it offers a wide and distinctive selection of high-quality outdoor products at competitive prices while providing superior customer service. Cabela’s also issues the Cabela’s CLUB Visa credit card, which serves as its primary customer loyalty rewards program.

Based in Ponca City, Oklahoma, Federation Angler represents the largest collection of fishing, youth and conservation organizations under one roof in America today, including two National Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame entities and some of the oldest and largest tournament organizations in existence.

The Federation Angler network includes The Bass Federation, Student Angler Federation-High School Fishing, The Walleye Federation, Cabela’s Masters Walleye Circuit, Cabela’s North American Bass Circuit and National Bass Anglers Association. For complete details, visit or call (580) 765-9031.


LA – Bass Snatchers

Date: 9-09-2017#5
Cross Lake
PlaceBoaterPartnerBig BassFishTotal WeightPoints
1Troy MartinCaleb Martin5.26512.7850
2John FullerMike Harrington4.71511.6149
3Rickey BridgesDanna Bridges3.0258.7948
4Jake DeWeeseTyler LaLena58.6847
5Kelly KeithBrandon Yarnell58.1546
6Tim FariclothAnthony Fountian3.2136.8845
7Mike CannonChad Roberts46.1244
8Chad GawelZachery Gawel3.8013.8043
9Jennifer BaxterRachel Jones2.9312.9342


2017 TOY POINT STANDINGS5/13/20176/10/20177/1/20177/29/20179/9/2017TOTAL
1John Fuller – Mike Harrington5047454949240
2Chad Gawel – Zachery Gawel4945495043236
3Kelly Keith – Brandon Yarnell4748504546236
4Mike Cannon – Chad Roberts4843354844218
5Rickey Bridges – Danna Bridges3542354348203
6Jake DeQWeese – Tyler LaLena50474447188
7Rachel Jones – Jennifer Baxter46464742181
8Troy Martin – Caleb Martin46413550172
9Tim Faircloth – Anthony Fountian444245131
10Brandt Young – Bradley Tipton453135111
11Randall Strevens – Tyler Madrigal314879
12Alex Deschler – Jeremy Dodson4949
13Josh Johnson – Dawson Cowden4646
14Brandon Ernst – Chris Young3131
15Paul Bowman – Leighton Bowman3131