Table Rock Fall Division Happening Now! Cape Fair USA Bassin Tournament #1

Our First Table Rock Fall division tournament for USA Bassin National Tournament Trails was at Cape Fair Marina, Saturday November 11th. It was a cold, crisp morning, but warmed into the mid 50’s by 1 pm. Two teams weighed 5 fish limits, with the biggest bag weighing almost 12 pounds, with big bass of 3.27 lbs. Come fish the next one, November 18th, at Mill Creek Ramp. Earn national points and fish on to regional and championship week.

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The Secret of Tournament Bass Fishing, Fish in Lots of Tournaments!

Re-posted by Randy Yancey-Division Director, USA Bassin Tournaments, Table Rock Fall Division

The Secret of Tournament Bass Fishing

Posted on Aug 30, 2010

By Matt Beckler

This may very well be the magic article that all tournament bass fisherman have been waiting for. The article that exposes the secrets of the upper echelon. So take a minute and lets delve into the world of the unknown. A world in which the likes of a VanDam, Evers, Reese, Brauer, and a Clunn could only know about. This mystery place is kind of like the Area 51 of bass fishing if you will.

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There must be a secret to consistently weighing in limits of fish on foreign waters right? We watch the coverage on ESPN from our couches chapping our lips from licking them in excitement and awe at the simplicity of how these fisherman easily fill their boxes with four and five pound fish. We amuse ourselves like children watching a high wire act at the circus. “How do these guys do this” we ask ourselves every weekend. So, we pay close attention to what kind of gear that they are using, how big the engine is, what the brand of sunglasses are, and how many ball bearings their bait caster has in it’s thumb grips. “That must be it!” we say to ourselves and there goes some more of our hard earned money as we ape what we see on television and read in the magazines. We have come to the conclusion that stocking stuffers and retail end cap glittery packaging has to be the secret of catching winning fish! Lets not kid ourselves, it certainly does not hinder our efforts to be surrounded with the best equipment, tackle, boats, and gear on the market. Also, it keeps our outdoor economy with viable fresh air.

Now we have a full spread of the latest NASA approved fishing reels, rods, clothes, sunglasses, and an engine that has more horses and ponies packed into one cowling than John Force’s top fuel funny car. Armed with GPS, side scanners, Japanese lures, and weights made from materials that are questionable to be found on the periodic table of elements, we are finally ready to expose their secrets. Lets go fishing.

Day one results: not too good, must be the front that passed through last month. Day two results: even worse, must be the dam people pulling water off our fishes head. Day three results: the dam people quit pulling water and the bite went away. The greatest gear from the far east has not caught the under water Boone and Crocketts so it must be something else going on. It can’t be from decisions that we have made, no way. No one wants to walk up the hill with an empty bag and have to tell their comrades that they just can’t catch fish. So we blame it on the dam people and meteorologists. By the way, the dam people are some of the nicest folks I have ever met. They mention all the time that their ears start burning around 3:30 p.m. on Saturdays. I just tell them to wear more sun block.

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So how does VanDam, Brauer, Reese, Evers, and Clunn do it on television and just what is their secret to unlimited catches of bug-eyed box fillers? I unfortunately do not have the resources to “Pull that rabbit out of the hat,” however, I can let you in on what I have observed. These guys are full time employees of the fishing industry and surround themselves with fishing and it’s nuances everyday of their lives. Information inundates their brains every minute from multiple sources in addition to the research that they pursue on their own. In short order, they are walking lineside computer processors, constantly storing and sending new information.

During a television show with Edwin Evers called “Lost Lake” he was fishing with deep crank baits on Grand Lake in Oklahoma. These baits have become so popularized by their success on Kentucky Lake and the Tennessee River Chain of Lakes by VanDam and Evers. We all have set out to enjoy this success with these lures but most of us have not been able to find the correct angle of retrieve, line size-sure match, speed of retrieve, and color that we read and watch on television. These factors don’t even take into consideration whether or not those are even bass that we see on our electronics. Wow, so many factors, just what is the secret? Readers, it is much simpler than this. Mr. Evers enlightened my approach to these baits and bass fishing as a whole with his “secret” that, surprisingly, he told on cable television. Edwin went on to say, “These baits work and they work well. Television editing will not allow you to see the amount of time that we have to put in a day to catch the fish for a thirty minute show. Stick with the bait all day and learn how to use it.” Well, this may not be exactly what he said but it is dam close. I just can’t let the dam people off the hook yet.

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The secret was let out of the clutches of the Fort Knox fishing with-holdings with that one statement by Mr. Evers. This is my synopsis on his comments: Work hard at what you do and believe in what you are doing and you will succeed. There is no secret other than spending as much time as you can on the water and doing your own research, not just relying on that of others, to better your efforts. We need to learn our tools and how they are best utilized. We must understand how all of our gear functions by itself and in relation to other gear. There is no one aspect of fishing that can better your results more than proper effort and experience. Learn from your days on the water and observe everything. Each day of fishing that we spend sets the foundation for the next day. Think of your career as a “ladder.” Every day we fish we can add a rung to it. But we better make sure that the rungs are secure and will hold us while we work on the one above it. Otherwise we will fall down and utter momma’s no-no’s at the dam people around 3:30 while walking up the hill.

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USA Bassin Divisional Tournament- Table Rock Lake- Fall Division

USA Bassin Divisional Tournament Schedule

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Randy Yancey – Division Director – Table Rock Fall Division 2017

Here’s the newly released schedule for our Fall division on Table Rock lake!

For details and to Register for this division and to become a USA Bassin member click on the link below!

USA Bassin Divisional Tournament- Table Rock Lake- Fall Division

OR, contact me at randy@apowebsitegroup.com and put ‘USA Bassin Table Rock Tourneys’! Or, dm me on Instagram at ‘largemouth_bass_nation’ and I’ll answer any questions personally!

Early registrants not only get a earlier boat number, but become eligible for a drawing for free Rapala or Storm lures/gear to be held after each tournaments weigh-ins!

Table Rock lake- Fall 2017 Schedule! (click link or picture)

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Pre Fishing for USA Bassin Regionals on Pomme de Terre Lake, Oct 20th!

Pre Fishing for USA Bassin Regionals on Pomme de Terre Lake, Oct 20th! Me and my brother Alan Yancey, Decided to fish the Regionals of USA Bassin Tourney Trail on October 21st so to find where the bass were biting, we pre-fished Friday from noon to about 5 pm. The first keeper took a couple hours to boat, as we were fishing waters south of Lightfoot that we’d never fished. Here’s a short video I put together of our results. Watch for our video, Regional Tournament of USA Bassin results here in the next day or two!

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Fishing Mississippi River Backwater Bass Fishing

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Bass Fishing – Can’t Get a Bite? Here’s Three Ways To Catch Them

Bass Fishing, especially in the summer can be tough. Here are three rigs that I use all summer long to catch them when they won't bite anything else.

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Bass Fishing : Bass Fishing Lure Tips

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Bass Fishing : How to Catch Bass

In order to catch bass while fishing, make a swift cast, keep the rod tip down in the water and do a sweep set after getting a bite. Find out how to stop the line and let it float alternatively when reeling in a bass with help from a professional bass fisherman in this free video on fishing for bass.

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Amazon Peacock Bass Fishing with Topwater on the Rio Negro River

Amazon Adventure – Capt Blair Wiggins travels to the Rio Negro River in Brazil in search of peacock bass. He fishes with good friend, John Lang in the freshwater rivers of the Amazon.

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10 lb. Bass on a Chatterbait. Spring Bass Fishing.

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The chatterbait is one of my favorite lures to use during the spawning periods of the Spring. You can fish it in grass, cover lots of water, and it creates vibrations that lure in those big female bass. I will break down the chatterbait vs. spinnerbait and what types of trailers to use in my next video.

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Godzilla Bass Caught on a Shrimp! Topwater Bass Fishing

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It might sound crazy to go bass fishing with shrimp, but in this video you can see that everything, including bass, like to eat shrimp. After all, they are not that much different looking than a primary source of food for bass, the crawfish. This topwater shrimp made by Savage Gear is an excellent bait because you can fish it as a topwater bait, and also flip and pitch it like a jig. On this nice Spring day in Alabama, it was an all you can eat shrimp buffet for the bass.

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Bass Fishing – Catching Giants When Spillway Gates Open

This was a long awaited series of trips to the spillway after the gates finally opened. Florida has been in a severe drought until recently. I've been fishing this spillway for about 6 months, dreaming of what it would be like when the gates opened up. The rains came, and the spillway did not disappoint.

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Fishing with a Baitcaster for the First Time! – Vlog (Bass Fishing) Powered by LTB

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Bigfoot/Sasquatch Caught in Background of my son’s video

Bigfoot/Sasquatch Caught in Background of my son’s video

My son accidentally recorded the unexplainable a couple days ago!
He didn’t even notice it while uploading the footage to Youtube, but people kept commenting about ‘what that was’ behind him!

See what you think!

Scary, Westin Yancey​!

Would make the hair stand up on my neck if I’d have been there! Goes to show you that we really aren’t ‘alone’ out there! Always carry a gun when you go that far out in the wilderness!!!

Go to this link for some bigfoot ‘sounds’ moans and screams and research this a little bit like I’ve done this afternoon!

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October 6th, 2017.

My son Westin Yancey, the owner of a company called ‘Modern Out Door’ media, sent me
a link to this video he’d been editing a couple of nights ago.

He asked me to take a close look at a video he had uploaded earlier. At first I didn’t notice anything. But then, upon closer look, see what I saw. Especially vivid at 10-12 seconds and again from 18-27 seconds.

It seems though, as he was recording himself walking through the forest in Oregon, talking about a new shirt his company have just released, that he was not alone on his ‘walk’!

First time I watched the video, I wasn’t really looking at anything in particular, until I went frame to frame starting at around 9-10 seconds in. Watch over his left shoulder (right side of the screen) up until about 27-28 seconds, when it goes off-screen. You tell me what you think it is!

Wow!

It was freaky when I watched it, so I re-watched it 20-30 times and was shocked when
I realized it was what I believe is a Bigfoot or Sasquatch.!

Watch it closely, and tell me what you think it is?

A black bear? Not unless it is one that swings its arms and can walk on its hind feet,
through and around trees and lay downs.

I’m going to suggest that he send it in to the Oregon fish and game, and ask them what they think.

I know many of you will doubt your own eyes, but I’m sure through video analysis, it can be
confirmed that the footage is legit, and was not ‘doctored’ in any way.

Besides, I know my son! He never lies! Even as a little toddler, he has always told the truth, even
when he knew he’d get in trouble.!

He’s a straight shooter, and loves the outdoors, and has built a huge following of fishermen,
hunters, guides and outfitters in the PNW, by telling it and showing it like it is!

He should send it in to the producers of the tv show(s) that have aired in reason years about sasquatchs and similar reported creatures.

Anyway, I decided to put the video up on our sites and pages and let you decide for yourselves,
with your own eyes, and make your own opinion!

Share with your friends and family, and as always you’re comments and opinions are always welcome!

Randy Yancey

Kayak Bass Fishing – And Catching HUGE FISH! HD

In this video I use my brand new Dragon Kayak to catch some awesome fish in a huge dam near my house!

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Topwater Bass Fishing Blowups Series 6 – 50 Big Bass Strikes

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Bass Fishing : How to Tie a Carolina Rig Fishing Line

Tying a Carolina rig, which is used to fish on the bottom, means using a bead to protect the knot after letting the weight slide up and down the line. Discover how Carolina rigs are good for finding structures on the bottom with help from a professional bass fisherman in this free video on Carolina rig fishing line.

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