Preregistration for those who want to will be at the hillbilly bowl this Friday from 4-6 pm. We will keep an eye on the roads and let you know if there will be a takeoff delay Saturday. but with the highs in the mid to upper 50s this weekend were fishing.
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Due to inclement weather the Central Pro Circuit tournament scheduled for March 1, 2015 has been rescheduled to June 6, 2015 out of Mill Creek boat ramp on Table Rock Lake. “The weather has thrown us another curve ball for this weekend and with the safety of our anglers in mind we are moving the
Central Pro Tournament for March 1, 2015 is cancelled and will be rescheduled: “I just heard back from the local weather stations. My question was how will the roads be Sunday morning for out event. They said the roads will not be clear because of frozen precipitation during the night and would not recommend travel
With ice forecast for Friday and Saturday morning and single digit wind chills on Sunday. We have decided to mover our Pro Series Event from February 21 to Sunday March 1st. The Team event is cancelled for now. All entries and deposits will be transferred to the new date. The Long range forecast calls for
It’s our policy in regards to postponing tournaments due to weather that the decision will be made on the Wednesday before the event. We would also try to announce a tentative new date. If this does happen your entry will be moved to the rescheduled date unless you contact us to move it to a
Anglers wanting to register for the Central Pro Circuit tournament on Table Rock next Saturday 2/21/15 can do so on line here , the evening before at the Hillbilly Bowl in Kimberling City from 5:00 pm – – 7:oo pm or at the ramp the morning of the tournament. This is the second tournament of the
Marcus Sykora used a variety of topwater baits including a buzzbait to win the first Central Pro Circuits Elite event on Lake of the Ozarks winning close to $3000 for his efforts. Sykora concentrated his efforts from the toll Bridge to the 7 mile marker focused on boat docks with large “black rock” around them