“The Largest B.A.S.S. Affiliated Club in the World”
We have 2 tournament formats for you to fish.
and the new
Our club offers unique opportunities for the experienced angler and those new to tournament bass fishing. Members have the opportunity to fish with and against some of the most experienced anglers in Central Florida.
Our draw tournaments offer the opportunity to fish with a different fishermen each tournament, learning much from each different angler. For those new to the sport, or those just interested in improving his game, you will rapidly gain knowledge on all facets of bass fishing by fishing with the best!
Our Team tournaments allow fishermen to choose their partners. An added opportunity in the Team Trail is the chance to advance to the National BASS Team Tournament, which puts one fisherman one win away from the Bassmasters Classic.
For more information on becoming a member Click Here. To view our tournament schedules, select Tournament Schedule on the home page.
New Black Bass Rules Effective July 1, 2016
Ray Chancey Caught 17.96 lbs to win the Lakeland TOHO ONYL.
Kyle Sellers was Second with 12.65
Lee Sisson took third with 11.53
John Hunt was forth having 10.88
David Sir had big bass 8.17
Will Evans and Monte Goodman teamed up with 25.48 to take the Lakeland Team tournament on the Winter Haven Chain. They also took big bass -7.80
|Michael Teate and Matt Henderson took second with 22.02|
Brad Renner and Eric Tilson were third with 17.90.
Above shows rankings after dropping one
With only one tournament left the AOY is still in up for grabs. Lee Sisson leads Chad Wagner by only 18 points. Not much. Because the Kissimmee tournament is a two day - double points, not only Chad, but half of the top ten are in play.
Lets say Sisson had a bad day and ends up in 40 place giving him 88 points. And lets say that Ray Chancey wins giving him 200. That would give Ray 783 to Sisson's 782. Some may say that won't happen, but remember last year Levi Brown was leading AOY but stumbled catching only 4.37 lbs. in the final tournament.
Another scenario is Chad Wagner wins and Lee places 4th, good showings for both. but not good enough for either since they would end up in a tie at 868 each.
This also puts Kyle Sellers 3, and Gary Hawkins 4, into play also.
Our last regular season tournament will be an interesting one with 5 anglers still in the hunt.