2020 Updated TXTT Schedule of Events

Texas Team Trail wants to host a tournament as much as our anglers want to fish a tournament; however, at this time, we do not feel that it is in the best interests of everyone who would be attending the upcoming Lake Fork event, or the local area, based on most recent Texas guidelines released and current CDC guidelines.   

After much consideration, we feel that if we wait until Phase 2 of the Texas guidelines, we will be able to host events as close to “normal” as we can for the current situation.  Our decision is based on the safety of all our anglers who travel not only from Texas but from others states as well.

As for upcoming Texas Team Trail season, we will have two qualifying tournaments on Sam Rayburn Reservoir on June 5th and June 6th.  These dates will now be host to two (2) one-day qualifying events with complete prize structure as advertised. 

The Texas Team Trail Championship event will move to later in 2020 on a date and lake to be determined.  Qualification for the Championship will now be based on three events instead of four events.  A team must pay for entry into all three qualifying events and physically fish at least two of those qualifying events in order to qualify for the Championship.

Remaining 2020 TXTT Schedule

June 5, 2020  (Friday) – Sam Rayburn – Qualifying Event

June 6, 2020 (Saturday) – Sam Rayburn – Qualifying Event

October 24-25, 2020 (Saturday-Sunday) – TBA Lake – Championship

For those teams that have pre-paid for the Lake Fork event, we will either refund your entry or move it to one of the upcoming Sam Rayburn qualifying events. Please email cschad@outdoorteamworks.com with any questions/requests on refunds/transfers.  

We look forward to seeing everyone on Sam Rayburn in June!  

Texas Team Trail Presented by Bass Pro Shops & Cabela’s Cancels Amistad Event

Amistad event cancelled due to Coronavirus concerns

Springfield, Mo. (April 2, 2020) – The Texas Team Trail (TXTT) presented by Bass Pro Shops & Cabela’s has cancelled the Amistad event due to concerns about the Coronavirus. Originally slated for April 18, TXTT does not currently have a date rescheduled to make up the event. 

“We are monitoring the situation on a day-by-day basis and, at this time, cancelling the event is the prudent decision,” said TXTT Tournament Director Mike Hastings. “We will continue to update our TXTT anglers on the remainder of the 2020 season.”

The decision is based on recommendations from the Center for Disease Control concerning the COVID-19 pandemic. As the situation continues to develop, TXTT will provide details on future changes to the 2020 TXTT season schedule. 

Anglers with questions or anyone interested in more details are encouraged to visit www.texasteamtrail.com or call 210-281-1752 or 210-788-4143.  

Texas Team Trail events are made possible through the sponsorship and continued support of these well-respected brands: Cabela’s, Bass Pro Shops, Ranger Boats, Lucas Oil, Duckett Fishing, Mercury, Triton Boats, Power-Pole, Nitro, Aftco, Sunline, Protect the Harvest, Garmin, Valley Fashions, T-H Marine, Atlas, G-Juice, Powertex Group.

2020 TXTT scheduled events:

May 9 – Lake Fork

June 5 – Sam Rayburn

Championship 

June 6-7 – Sam Rayburn

Texas Team Trail at Toledo Bend Canceled, Rayburn Rescheduled

Toledo Bend event cancelled due to Coronavirus concerns

NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. – The Texas Team Trail (TXTT) presented by Bass Pro Shops & Cabela’s has cancelled the Toledo Bend event due to concerns about the Coronavirus. TXTT has rescheduled the second regular-season event to be hosted on Sam Rayburn on Friday June 5, the day before the TXTT Championship event, June 6-7.

“Based on direction from the Governor of Louisiana and Sabine River Authority (SRA) to not allow any event larger than 50 persons to be held, the Toledo Bend event is cancelled,” said TXTT Tournament Director Mike Hastings. “Their decision is based on recommendations from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) concerning the COVID-19 pandemic. The SRA is following the warnings from the CDC and has issued guidance to restrict the use of SRA facilities for events consisting of 50 or more people until May. While we would like to hold the event this weekend, we also understand and respect this decision which is in the best interest to help lessen the spread of this virus.”

Information on registration and team meeting details will be release in the coming months. Anglers with questions or anyone interested in more details on the event are encouraged to visit www.texasteamtrail.com or call 210-281-1752 or 210-788-4143.

Texas Team Trail events are made possible through the sponsorship and continued support of these well-respected brands: Cabela’s, Bass Pro Shops, Ranger Boats, Lucas Oil, Duckett Fishing, Mercury, Triton Boats, Power-Pole, Nitro, Aftco, Sunline, Protect the Harvest, Garmin, Valley Fashions, T-H Marine, Atlas, G-Juice, Powertex Group.

2020 TXTT scheduled events:

April 18 – Amistad

May 9 – Lake Fork

June 5 – Sam Rayburn

Championship

June 6-7 – Sam Rayburn

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TXTT Toledo Bend Event Cancelled

The Texas Team Trail event scheduled to take place at Toledo Bend Reservoir this Saturday, March 21, has been cancelled based on direction from the Governor of Louisiana and Sabine River Authority (SRA) to not allow any event larger than 50 persons to be held. Their decision is based on recommendations from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) concerning the COVID-19 pandemic. The SRA is following the warnings from the CDC and has issued guidance to restrict the use of SRA facilities for events consisting of 50 or more people until May. While the Texas Team Trail would like to hold the event this weekend, we also understand and respect this decision which is in the best interest to help lessen the spread of this virus.

Texas Team Trail is working diligently to develop a plan for rescheduling this event and monitoring ongoing changes. If you have any further questions or concerns, please send an email to amandag@outdoorteamworks.com.

Texas Team Trail Presented by Bass Pro Shops & Cabela’s Heads to Toledo Bend

NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. – The Texas Team Trail (TXTT) presented by Bass Pro Shops & Cabela’s will host its second regular-season event on Saturday, March 21, at Toledo Bend. The fishery straddles the Texas/Louisiana border and is one of the world’s premier bass fishing destinations.

Registration for the event is already underway – anglers can secure an opportunity to pre-fish Friday, March 20, by completing their registration online or via phone prior to 5 p.m. on Thursday, March 19. Additionally, all anglers that pre-register online at www.texasteamtrail.com will be entered into a drawing for a $100 Cabela’s gift card.

The Toledo Bend event is the second regular-season event of four 2020 qualifying events that guarantee a fully rigged, 18-foot boat, motor, trailer package as first-place prize. The winning anglers at Toledo Bend will walk away with a brand-new Triton 189TRX powered by a 150HP Mercury, valued at $36,515.

In addition to the payout, the event offers anglers an unprecedented opportunity in terms of sponsor bonuses and television coverage. The budget-friendly $250 entry fee, plus multiple contingency programs and a guaranteed, over-100 percent payback at every event provides tremendous value to the weekend angler.

On-site registration is set for Friday, March 20, from 4-6 p.m. at Cypress Bend Park (3462 Cypress Bend Dr., Many, LA 71449). At least one team member must attend, as boat numbers will be assigned during this time. The tournament will launch Saturday, March 21, at safe light from the park with anglers returning to the launch for the weigh-in at 3 p.m.

Anglers with questions or anyone interested in more details on the event are encouraged to visit www.texasteamtrail.com or call 210-281-1752 or 210-788-4143.

Texas Team Trail events are made possible through the sponsorship and continued support of these well-respected brands: Cabela’s, Bass Pro Shops, Ranger Boats, Lucas Oil, Duckett Fishing, Mercury, Triton Boats, Power-Pole, Nitro, Aftco, Sunline, Protect the Harvest, Garmin, Valley Fashions, T-H Marine, Atlas, G-Juice, and Powertex Group.

2020 TXTT scheduled events:

March 21 – Toledo Bend

April 18 – Amistad

May 9 – Lake Fork

Championship

June 6-7 – Sam Rayburn

Garmin Adds Perspective Mode to Panoptix LiveScope Live-Scanning Sonar Arsenal

Versatile trolling motor mount provides new ‘angler perspective’ for shallow water

OLATHE, Kan. – Garmin International, Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd. (NASDAQ: GRMN), the world’s leading marine electronics manufacturer1, today announced a new Perspective Mode feature and transducer positioning accessory for its award-winning Panoptix LiveScope™ sonar. As the first real-time scanning sonar for recreational fishing, LiveScope has transformed the way anglers fish by delivering live images of structure, bait and fish swimming around and below the boat, even while stationary. Now, in addition to the existing LiveScope Forward and Down Modes, anglers can use the new Perspective Mode for unprecedented overhead visibility that’s perfect for shallow water.

“Gone are the days of casting blindly under docks and along shorelines for schools or beds of fish thanks to the new LiveScope Perspective Mode,” said Dan Bartel, Garmin vice president of global consumer sales. “LiveScope combines two game-changing innovations – scanning sonar and live sonar – to deliver the best of both technologies. Anglers can now see and easily interpret incredibly detailed, real-time images of what’s around and below their boat from three unique vantage points, all with one easy-to-use mount.”

With the new Perspective Mode mount, the LiveScope LVS32 transducer can be easily adjusted to fit an angler’s fishing techniques and preferences, no tools required, and the chartplotter will automatically detect2 what mode is being used. Simply turn the transducer sideways to enable the new ‘top down’ perspective mode to see a wide view of what’s in front of the boat up to 50 feet away; point the transducer forward to see around the boat; and point it down to see directly below the boat. All three modes provide incredibly sharp, real-time scanning sonar images of fish swimming and moving toward or away from the boat and below the surface with remarkable target separation and clarity. LiveScope is also equipped with an attitude heading reference system (AHRS) that constantly adjusts sonar beams to compensate for boat motion, so even in rough conditions, anglers will still see a steady sonar image.

Coupled with a Panoptix LiveScope System, the Perspective Mode mount accessory is required for anglers who want to take advantage of the Perspective Mode technology. The LiveScope System includes a compact GLS 10 sonar black box with an LVS32 transducer, and a simple plug-and-play Garmin Marine Network connector for easy installation and integration with a compatible Garmin chartplotter.

Garmin’s Panoptix LiveScope was first introduced to the market in 2018, where it went on to receive the 2018 ICAST Best of Show and Best Electronics awards. Honored as the 2018 Technology of the Year by the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA), LiveScope was also named a 2019 Top Product by Boating Industry.

The new LiveScope Perspective Mode mount is expected to be available in March 2020 and will retail for $99.99. LiveScope is compatible with GPSMAP® 8400/8600 series MFDs, GPSMAP 7400/7600 series, GPSMAP 7×2/9×2/12×2 Touch/7×2 Plus/9×2 Plus/12×2 Plus series, ECHOMAP™ Plus 70cv/70sv/90sv series, ECHOMAP™ UHD 70cv/70sv/90sv series and the ECHOMAP™ Ultra series. For more information, videos and images, visit garmin.com/panoptix.

Garmin was recently named Manufacturer of the Year for the fifth consecutive year by the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA), an honor given to the most recognized marine electronics company for support of products in the field. Garmin’s portfolio includes some of the industry’s most sophisticated chartplotters and touchscreen multifunction displays, sonar technology, high-definition radar, autopilots, high-resolution mapping, sailing instrumentation, audio, entertainment and other products and services that are known for innovation, reliability, and ease-of-use. Other Garmin marine brands include Fusion®, Navionics®, and EmpirBus™.

For more than 30 years, Garmin has pioneered new GPS navigation and wireless devices and applications that are designed for people who live an active lifestyle. Garmin serves five primary business units, including automotive, aviation, fitness, marine, and outdoor recreation. For more information, visit Garmin’s virtual pressroom at garmin.com/newsroom, contact the Media Relations department at 913-397-8200, or follow us at facebook.com/garmintwitter.com/garminnews, or youtube.com/garmin.

1 Based on 2018 reported sales.

2 Software update required.

About Garmin International, Inc.: Garmin International, Inc. is a subsidiary of Garmin Ltd. (Nasdaq: GRMN). Garmin Ltd. is incorporated in Switzerland, and its principal subsidiaries are located in the United States, Taiwan and the United Kingdom. Garmin, GPSMAP, Fusion and Navionics are registered trademarks and Panoptix LiveScope, ECHOMAP, and EmpirBus are trademarks of Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries.

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ILES & SHOOK SHAKE UP RAYBURN WITH MASSIVE SACK

By David A. Brown

Brookeland, Texas (Feb. 24, 2020) — Stats lovers know that drama dwells in the details; often in the slimmest of margins. Well, for Danny Isles and Brian Shook, an astounding 5-bass limit of 49.31 pounds not only won the Texas Team Trail presented by Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s, at Lake Sam Rayburn, it outpaced their nearest competitors by nearly 18 1/2 pounds.

Notably, that winning margin was more than the 12th-place team’s total weight.

So, what does it take to sack up five bass weighing just south of 50 pounds? Weather, Iles said — cold weather. Initially, the Lufkin, Texas angler admits, he and his partner were unsure of what the day would bring.

“Honestly, the cold front we had the middle of the week is the only reason we caught those fish,” Iles said. “It seems like they had really moved up shallow pretty good, but we had a pretty severe cold front that knocked the water temperatures down and pushed the fish out of the little pockets that they had been in.

“Last weekend we fished offshore in practice and didn’t catch anything but three or four little ones. We talked about it earlier this week and thought ‘It’s been colder, maybe the fish will back up a little bit.’ When we left (at take off), we said ‘It’s 50/50 whether we’re even going to catch one or not.”

Heading up the lake to the 147 Bridge area, Iles and Shook started on a deep drop-off. With their boat sitting in 28 feet of water, they cast shallow and retrieved their crankbaits out to the 25 foot drop-offs where a mix of brush and old timber provided attractive staging areas.

“At our first place, we caught an 11.47-pounder and a 10-pounder and we said ‘Well, we’re not going shallow now,’” Iles chuckled. “We were only going to fish shallow if we got in trouble. We like to fish offshore if we can, but we were going to give the shallow fish a try. We had a bunch of shallow stuff tied on and we were going to go up shallow if (the deep spots) didn’t work out.”

As Isles points out, their day was heavy on quality, but light on quantity. The winners got only six keeper bites on three spots of similar makeup. After finding only those two giants on their first spot, they found a 7-pounder on their second and then added one around 9 and limit-making 12 on their final spot.

The winning anglers had their weight by 10:15 and, while looking at five giant heads in the live well certainly gave them supreme confidence, that feeling took a while to cement. As Iles recalls, thoughts of past events prevented them from prematurely celebrating.

“We caught the first two and we were kind of freaking out because we had fished another tournament a couple weeks ago and we only had two keepers at 2 o’clock,” he said. “We finally scrounged up three 2-pounders to go with the two big ones. This week, we caught those two and we were like ‘We gotta find a way to catch three more.’

“We were really kinda nervous, but the next place we went, we caught another big one and we were like ‘Okay, we have three that weigh around 26-27 pounds. If we catch two more 2-pounders, we may win this thing.’ We were already thinking about what we had to do later in the day to catch a couple of 2-pounders, but then on the next offshore place, we caught two more bin’s and we knew we had enough weight to win it.”

Iles said that gearing up with the right tackle was essential for he and Shook’s success. They changed their bait’s stock hooks to 2X strong Owner round bend trebles and fished them on 7-11 Power Tackle cranking rods with 16-pound fluorocarbon. With the day yielding few opportunities, they couldn’t afford to squander any.

“The most fortunate part of our day was not only getting the bites, but getting them in the boat,” Iles said. “We hooked five (big ones) and we got all five in the boat.”

For their efforts Iles and Shook earned a fully rigged Ranger Z19 with a 225 Mercury. In addition, they claimed $3,030 of Anglers Advantage cash and $1,535 Big Bass award. Their total payday was $52,560.

Outdoor Specialties Marine will also be paying this team an additional $2,000 for purchasing their boat at their dealership.

BURLEIGH-RODGERS second

A subtle feature produced big results for Casey Burleigh and Josh Rodgers, who placed second with 30.82 pounds. Running up north to an area outside Stanley Creek, they targeted a flatter drain with a small depression dropping from 14 feet to 16. The spot lacked hard cover, but abundant bait gave staging prespawners abundant feeding opportunities.

“When we found this spot in practice around 11 a.m. on Friday, we caught a 3-pounder and a 4-pounder on back-to-back casts and we decided to leave,” Burleigh said. “We decided to start on that spot, because on Rayburn, if it’s going to happen, typically, it happens in the first two hours.”

Oddly, their key spot offered no warm welcome, so Burleigh and Rodgers left and fished a grassy area. With no love there either, they returned to their drain and this time, the fish were ready to go.

“It was 11 o’clock, the same time we caught them on Friday and it was lights-out,” Burleigh said. “We were throwing a 6th Sense C-20 Cloud 9 crankbait and the key was we weren’t burning it. You had to keep it really slow and the big girls were just chomping it.”

Burleigh said a hour-long flurry yielded about 29 pounds. After that, they ran to a spot they’d fished before, made a key cull with a 6 1/2-pounder — also on the crankbait — and started the long run back around 2:30.

Burleigh said their day included a moment of tremendous opportunity and heartbreaking loss. He had just caught a 5-pounder when his partner’s second following cast tempted a pair of 8-pounders that literally came to the boat hooked on the same crankbait.

“I got them both in the net, but with 16 pounds in there, but when I went to lift them, my net broke and one of them got away. The one we put in the livewell weighed 8 pounds and the one we lost was every bit as big.

“We were worried that we had lost the tournament when we lost that fish, but we got beat by (over) 18 pounds. That eased the pain a little bit at the end of the day.”

For second place, Burleigh and Rodgers earned $10,147, which included $2,222 in Anglers Advantage cash and a $250 Ranger Boats bonus.

MIRE-MATSUBU third

After practice showed them that staying shallow was unlikely to prove consistent, Brannon Mire and Ben Matsubu made a game-day decision to back way off and target the ones that were coming. Doing so yielded a limit of 25.84 that earned third place. 

“We prefished shallow early and we just figured that was a crap shoot,” Mire said. “With high skies and bluebird days (post-frontal conditions), if you catch 17 pounds up there, you’d be luck and that’s not enough to win it on Rayburn. So we went back into 12-18 feet and all we caught was dinks.”

Uncomfortable with what practice revealed, the anglers took drastic measures, which ended up delivering a solid day. As Mire recounts, Matsubu made the crucial call shorty before take-off.

“We got up tournament morning and I said ‘Ben, where are we going today?’ And he said ‘Dude, we’re going deep,’” Mire said. “We went out to a spot in 12-18 feet and caught a dink and he said ‘We need to back up.’

“We actually put our boat in 50 feet of water and were throwing up to 32. There was a big rock point on the south end of the lake and within 15 minutes, he caught a 10.36-pounder. We could see (on our electronics) there was bait their, big fish swimming. He said ‘Dude, everything is lining up perfectly.’”

And line up, it did. Mire and Matsubu caught all of their fish on 5/8-ounce peanut butter and jelly color Talon football jigs with Yamamoto Hula Grub and Big Bite Baits Cane Thumper trailers in tilapia colors

For third place, Mire and Matsubu earned $6,625, which included $2,020 in Anglers Advantage cash.

Wade-Spriggs fourth, Moore-Davis fifth

Clint Wade and Stacy Spriggs weighed five bass worth 24.82 pounds, taking fourth place and earning $4,787. Behind them was Alan Moore and Robert Davis with 24.10 pounds. For fifth place, they earned $3,817.50.

The 10th place team of Rusty & Chris Harvey claimed the $500 Garmin Tournament Reward for being the highest placing Garmin user at the Sam Rayburn event.

Rest of the best

Rounding out the top 10 teams at the 2020 Texas Team Trail event on Sam Rayburn:

6th: Michael Lafleur and John Fraizer — 22.48

7th: Clint West and Nathan Prine — 21.66

8th: Mick Raydon and Doug Wroten — 20.75

9th: Jeffrey Grubbs Sr. and Jeffrey Grubbs Jr. — 19.61

10th: Rusty Harvey and Chris Harvey — 19.54

Full Results…

Sunline Partners with Texas Team Trail for 2020

NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. – The Texas Team Trail (TXTT) presented by Bass Pro Shops & Cabela’s adds Sunline to their dedicated list of sponsors for the upcoming 2020 TXTT season. The season is set to begin on famed Sam Rayburn Reservoir on February 22, 2020.

“Sunline is used by many of our top bass anglers,” said TXTT Tournament Director Mike Hastings. “They understand that using the best fishing gear gives them the best chance to succeed. We’re thrilled to work with a company of their caliber and look forward to helping promote their products during the upcoming season.”

Sunline began manufacturing fishing line in 1977 with the goal of producing a stronger, thinner fishing line. The company has lines for every type and is the largest line-only manufacturing company in the world, producing more than 550 tons of fishing line per year. The company is dedicated to producing products that only pass their rigorous quality control tests.

“We truly appreciate the opportunity to work with the Texas Team Trail,” said Nobuyuki Kajio, president Sunline America. “Texas is an important state for the Sunline brand and we know TXTT anglers need the best line to compete across the state. Our company has long been focused on providing line anglers could trust at the highest levels of competition and we look forward to working with Texas anglers in 2020.”

The Texas Team Trail presented by Bass Pro Shops & Cabela’s consists of four regular-season events and a year-end championship. The championship is a two-day tournament open to teams who have fished all four regular-season events.

2020 TXTT scheduled events:

February 22 – Sam Rayburn

March 21 – Toledo Bend

April 18 – Amistad

May 9 – Lake Fork

Championship

June 6-7 – Sam Rayburn

Texas Team Trail events are made possible through the sponsorship and continued support of these well-respected brands: Cabela’s, Bass Pro Shops, Ranger Boats, Lucas Oil, Duckett Fishing, Sunline, Mercury, Triton Boats, Power-Pole, NITRO, Lowrance, Protect the Harvest, Garmin, Valley Fashions, T-H Marine, Atlas, G-Juice, Navionics, Amphibia, Powertex Group.

AFTCO Partners with Texas Team Trail Presented by Bass Pro Shops & Cabela’s for 2020 Season

NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. (February 17, 2020) – The Texas Team Trail (TXTT) presented by Bass Pro Shops & Cabela’s adds American Fishing Tackle Company (AFTCO) to their dedicated list of sponsors for the upcoming 2020 TXTT season. The season is set to begin on famed Sam Rayburn Reservoir on February 22, 2020.

“AFTCO prides themselves on making the best products available for anglers,” said TXTT Tournament Director Mike Hastings. “Many of our TXTT anglers use AFTCO gear and accessories to help give them an edge during competition. This is a great opportunity for AFTCO to get in front of some of the hottest bass sticks. We look forward to a great season this year with AFTCO.”
 
AFTCO began in 1958 and is a 3rd generation family owned company dedicated to making the best quality fishing equipment and apparel while promoting conservation. The driving principle behind AFTCO’s growth has always been a passion for conservation. AFTCO donates 10% of their sales to directly support conservation initiatives across the country and looks forward to bringing those initiatives to the TXTT.
 
“The Texas Team Trail gives working anglers a budget-friendly platform to test their skills against some of the best anglers in Texas and surrounding states,” said Casey Shedd, AFTCO president. “We pride ourselves on being a family owned company and look forward to working with the anglers of TXTT in 2020. We look forward to expanding our conservation efforts while interacting with these great anglers.”
 
The Texas Team Trail presented by Bass Pro Shops & Cabela’s consists of four regular-season events and a year-end championship. The championship is a two-day tournament open to teams who have fished all four regular-season events.
 
2020 TXTT scheduled events:
 
February 22 – Sam Rayburn
March 21 – Toledo Bend
April 18 – Amistad
May 9 – Lake Fork
 
Championship
 
June 6-7 – Sam Rayburn
 
Texas Team Trail events are made possible through the sponsorship and continued support of these well-respected brands: Cabela’s, Bass Pro Shops, Ranger Boats, Lucas Oil, Duckett Fishing, AFTCO, Mercury, Triton Boats, Power-Pole, NITRO, Lowrance, Protect the Harvest, Garmin, Valley Fashions, T-H Marine, Atlas, G-Juice, Navionics, Amphibia, Powertex Group.