Enter Table Rock Bass Tournament, Get Free T Shirt & Long Sleeve Wicking Shirt

Attention! We have a lure manufacturer looking for ‘pro staff’ and field staff fishermen/women throughout the Tri States area (Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma), who fish our tournaments and others, to become a Pro Staff ambassador for a regional custom made lure company. Go Here to Apply!! Apply for staff position!

Or, for info and to request a recommendation form see me, Randy Yancey, Table Rock North Tournament Director for USA Bassin, after the tournament!!

 


Enter Table Rock Bass Tournament, Get Free T Shirt & Long Sleeve Wicking Shirt/Jersey!

Offer valid for Table Rock North division of USA Bassin tournament on May 19th, 2018 at Mill Creek and May 26th, 2018 at Cape Fair marina ramp! Valid only with online signup via the link on the page below!  Cash Only at Ramp. Entry is $60 per boat/team or solo! *One member must have a USA Bassin annual membership ($30)!

Hurry as sizes and selections are limited!

Hey, we’re giving away $40 to $70 dollars worth of t shirts and jerseys just to enter one of our next 2 bass tournaments on Table Rock lake in May!! Go here for details .. https://wp.me/P6wm5D-6CU !

Enter online for either the May 19th or May 26th Table Rock North division USA Bassin Tournament and received 1 Free outdoor themed T shirt AND 1 Long Sleeve Wicking/Fishing Jersey, just for sign up!! Shirts or jerseys will available after the weigh in for either tournament. (630 to 3 pm times) Hey, we’re giving away $40 to $70 dollars worth of t shirts and jerseys just to enter one of our next 2 bass tournaments on Table Rock lake in May!! Fishing the fun, affordable national bass fishing trail! For additional details go to www.usabassin.com.

Go here to sign up plus get a lower boat number, https://wp.me/P6wm5D-6CU!


Attention! We have a lure manufacturer looking for ‘pro staff’ and field staff fishermen/women throughout the Tri States area (Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma), who fish our tournaments and others, to become a Pro Staff ambassador for a regional custom made lure company. For info and to request a recommendation form see me, Randy Yancey, Table Rock North Tournament Director for USA Bassin, after the tournament!!

Bass Tourneys on Table Rock North Division of USA Bassin on 5-19 and 5-26 2018

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Table Rock North Division of USA Bassin on May 19th at Mill Creek and May 26th at Cape Fair!

Special Offer for all Online Sign Ups  Saturday, May 19th and 26th Tournaments . ALL online sign ups before Friday, 10pm or the ‘day before’ the tournament date will get either a Fripp 2012 or Straight Up Southern Outdoor themed T-shirt AND a LS UV resistant wicking jersey or UCS Fishing Team Grey Jersey! And a lower boat number!! Hurry, it should be some great pre spawn, spawn or post spawn fishing!

Bass Tournaments in Southwest Missouri

USA Bassin National Fishing Trail, Table Rock North division (MO-14). Fun and Affordable Team/Solo, Next Gen and Co-ed Teams welcome too! 1 Payout for every ‘5’ boats entered! Plus, qualify for regional and national tournaments and fish for bigger cash and merchandise! Even fish for a Ranger/Mercury Comanche or Aluminum fully rigged bass boat!  Must acquire 250 divisional points (50 to 100 points per div. tourney entered possible) to be eligible to participate in regionals/nationals. 

Table Rock North Division MO-14 (click here for details) Spring

Randy Yancey- Division Director; randy@apowebsitegroup.com or call 843-267-3152. For low boat number, pay online by clicking on ‘gold button’ below! Membership cards available online or at the ramp if you don’t yet have one!

Fish on to regional and national tournaments for your chance at a new Ranger/Mercury bass rigs and big cash prizes.

To Pay with Credit Card/Debit Card Click the button below !! ($2+ service fee)

May 2018 

Date                Place                                   Times                            Type                Entry $

  • 5-19-2018(#4)       Mill Creek Ramp                      6:30 am to 3:00 pm        Team or Solo      $60 per boat
  • 5-26-2018(#5)       Cape Fair Marina                     6:30 am to 3:00 pm      Team or Solo      $60 per boat

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Table Rock North division of USA Bassin National Fishing Trail

Table Rock North division of USA Bassin National Fishing Trail

The Table Rock North division of USA Bassin tournament on March 31st, 2018 was a
great day!

Be sure and check out the middle of the video as we basically tell you where and with what we caught the majority of our double digit bag!

See the ‘short interview’ with me playing MC, while
questioning Westin about our pattern and successful strategy leading to our 3rd place finish that day!

Here’s a video, with a detailed explanation how we caught of limit of ‘fat’ Table Rock bass!

Be sure and check out the middle of the video as we basically tell you where and with what we caught the majority of our double digit bag! See the ‘short interview’ with me playing MC, while
questioning Westin about our pattern and successful strategy leading to our 3rd place finish that day!

My son Westin Yancey and I fished the second of five Table Rock North division series of USA Bassin Saturday at Aunts Creek ramp!

When we arrived at shortly after 6:00 AM, we were surprised to see 20-30 boats already lining up for another tournament at Aunt’s Creek ramp. With forecast calling for a low 60’s day, we took off
promptly at 7:00 AM.

It had been years or even a decade or longer since I’d fished out of Aunts Creek on Table Rock lake, but I had good bass club memories of many limits brought to the scale while fishing with the ‘Finley River’ bass club back in the ’90s!

My son and I decided due to the recent warming rains, that we’d concentrate early on the warming tho muddy water in the backs of creeks. After about an hour and a half with no bites to speak of, we headed out for deeper water.

Congratulations to the Top 4 winning bags, 3 weighed double digit bags (Cole Findley/Matt Cesar; Westin and Randy Yancey; Mike Gold/LG Linville), and the 4th place team of Tony Rains/Adam Issacs, big bass winner (3.08) and weighed a bag over 9+ pounds!

The next tournaments are April 14th at Cape Fair marina and April 15th back at Aunt’s Creek north ramp! For details and early take off numbers go to www.usabassin.com , Table Rock North division, MO-14! USA Bassin, the fun and affordable bass fishing trail that leads to regional and national championships!

USA BASSIN Tourney; NEW Table Rock North Division, Sunday 3-11-2018

USA BASSIN Tourney; NEW Table Rock North Division, Sunday 3-11-2018

USA BASSIN Tourney; NEW Table Rock North Division, Sunday 3-11-2018!

Team Tournament for Coed, Next Gen or Regular teams. Starts this Sunday at Mill Creek Ramp.

Go to www.usabassin.com, division drop down, Missouri, then choose Table Rock North division for details!

Only $60 per team (includes big bass pot). Does require a USA Bassin membership for 2018, which is only $25 annually!

Hope to see you at Mill Creek ramp! Times are 7:30 am to 3:30 pm weigh in!

Randy Yancey – Tournament Director

for USA Bassin, Table Rock North division, Springfield Mo

 

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Dog Training Tips – Proofing Behaviors

 

How can you better test your dog’s intelligence and learning capabilities during the dog training process? This is a question that gives trouble to many dog owners or dog trainers. What does it mean? Does it matter to efficiently proof your dog’s behaviors?

What is it?

A short definition of the “proofing behavior concept” means a way or method to strengthen and strongly imprint all the commands and techniques learned by the dog. This definition doesn’t say much to most dog owners and it could be somewhat known by dog trainers today.

Proofing behaviors during or after the dog training process is something simple and fun to achieve. Just imagine that the weather is bad (cold weather, snowing/raining), not appropriate for dog walking or exercising. This is a great opportunity to fine-tune your dog’s behavior and commands understanding in the comfort of your home.

How to do it?

You might say that your home isn’t a good environment to practice various training commands, for the simple fact that your dog might break stuff and make a mess on the floor etc. Not true.

Proofing your dog behaviors is simple enough: it’s a way to make sure that your dog understands the commands properly and doesn’t mistake or ignores certain actions. For the common understanding, making sure that your dog doesn’t jump when you voice the “sit” command.

To properly start this proofing behavior process, you must first assess all the dog training commands the dog has been familiarized with. Write them down on a list if you forget some of them. This list will be as a schedule for you, but remember not to overstress and overwork your dog with it. A short session produces more results than a long and exhausting one.

Examples of proof behaviors

The “sit”, “fetch”, “quiet”, “come here”, “help” are terms are common dog training commands, used especially to see the dog obedience training level achieved by the dog. The method to proof these command is to use a variation of words that differs phonetically from “sit” (examples: spit, slit, sleep) in order to observe the behavior of your dog. More precisely, to see if the dog becomes confused and even does a different action than sitting down or fetching a toy, etc.

In order to better see the behavior response of your dog, you can mix this words variation with confusing movement and actions. Voice a command by covering your mouth with a hand and see if your dog understands or ignores your words. Try turning to a side or with your back to the dog. Voice the command again and see if the dog acts upon it. Go in the other room and voice a command, while the TV is on. If you have some special hand signals that your dog was used to, try those too.

Conclusion

You must understand that this proof behaviors process isn’t successful right away. Your dog is familiarized with most training commands. He will be confused when hearing some but will achieve other command actions immediately. This is a continuous learning process, ment to increase the reliability and response of your dog. This proofing method will keep your dog from getting bored and you will enjoy it too.

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Kayaking Table Rock Lake, Aunts Creek access, Missouri



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Kayak Fishing, Mill Creek Lake, Four Pound Largemouth Bass



Getting into a nice fish from the kayak on the 19th of September, 2016, while bouncing a black colored with blue fleck 10 inch Powerbait Worm on a carolina rig setup, including a number size 2 KVD Mustad Offset SP Hook, polished bullet weight, and a red glass bead. Sufix 8 pound test clear Promix fishing line is currently on my trusty Abu Garcia Cardinal SX10 reel combo’d with a 6’6″ Medium Action Zebco Rhino Tough Rod.

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Frankie (Labrador Retriever) Dog Training Video Demonstration



Frankie (Labrador Retriever) graduated from the dog training boot camp at Neuman K-9 Academy. This program included obedience commands to sit, stay, heel or walk on a loose leash, come when called, proper etiquette, no jumping up, meeting and greeting people under control, and running on a treadmill.

Our dog training camp provides programs for Labrador Retrievers such as boot camp, obedience training, and puppy camp.

Neuman K-9 Academy is a professional canine training school that provides board and train (inboard) for dogs, and fully trained dogs for sale.

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HD: NS AL & GA Divisions 4/28-4/29-4/30/2018: Spring Time, A Good Time



Here on a clear sky weekend, and the trains were running strong. Great action and variety showed up, such as, NS, BNSF, UP, TFM, GECX, CN, Military trains, and much more. I hope you all enjoy this film. Thank You!

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4/28/2018

Milepost 692.2
Hubbard
Tallapoosa, GA
12:54p.m.
NS: 69C
NS: 8431(D8-40CW) Ex-Conrail
NS: 2718(SD70M-2)
Westbound
Cement Train

Milepost 688.4
Waco
1:58p.m.
NS: 290
NS: 1080(SD70ACe)
NS: 9934(D9-40CW)
Eastbound
Autoracks/Intermodal

Milepost 722.1
Iron City
2:25p.m. C.T.
NS: 220
GECX: 2042(ET44AC) Demo
NS: 9373(D9-40CW)
NS: 9082(D9-40CW)
TFM: 1654(SD70MAC)
Eastbound
Intermodal

Milepost 694.5
Tallapoosa
4:24p.m.
NS: 220
GECX: 2042(ET44AC)
NS: 9373(D9-40CW)
NS: 9082(D9-40CW)
TFM: 1654(SD70MAC)
Eastbound
Intermodal

Milepost 678.0
Temple
5:05p.m.
NS: 220
GECX: 2042(ET44AC)
NS: 9373(D9-40CW)
NS: 9082(D9-40CW)
TFM: 1654(SD70MAC)
Eastbound
Intermodal

Milepost 677.9
Temple
5:24p.m.
NS: 153
NS: 9433(9D-40CW)
NS: 2512(SD70)
NS: 1062(SD70ACe)
Westbound
Mixed Freight

Milepost 96.5H
Aragon
6:44p.m.
NS: 282
NS: 9858(D9-40CW)
NS: 9394(D9-40CW)
NS: 9089(D9-40CW)
Northbound
Intermodal

Milepost 96.5H
Aragon
7:07p.m.
NS: 51J
NS: 9682(D9-40CW)
Northbound
Grain Train

Milepost 104.3H
Finch
Rockmart, GA
8:16p.m.
NS: 26Q
BNSF: 5032(D9-44CW)
UP: 8798(SD70ACe)
Southbound
Intermodal

4/29/2018

Milepost 715.4
Heflin
11:05a.m. C.T.
NS: 23E
TFM: 1654(SD70MAC)
NS: 9082(D9-40CW)
Westbound
Intermodal

Milepost 732.5
Oxford/Lardent
Oxford, AL
12:17p.m. C.T.
NS: 290
NS: 8389(D8-40CW) Ex-Conrail
Eastbound
Intermodal

Milepost 689.3
Waco
2:39p.m.
NS: 290
NS: 8389(D8-40CW) Ex-Conrail
Eastbound
Intermodal

Milepost 98.4H
Aragon
3:54p.m.
NS: 264
BNSF: 8002(ES44C4)
BNSF: 7518(ES44DC)
Southbound
Intermodal

Milepost 93.7H
Aragon
4:15p.m.
NS: 55E
NS: 8133(ES44AC)
NS: 1093(SD70ACe)
NS: 6928(SD60E)
NS: 7277(SD70ACu)
Northbound
Grain Train

Milepost C 361.2
Green
Silver Creek, GA
4:28p.m.
NS: 708
NS: 7523(ES40DC)
CN: 8018(SD70M-2)
DPU
NS: 7703(ES40DC)
NS: 9000(D9-40CW)
Southbound
Loaded Coal Train

Milepost 95.2H
Seney
Aragon, GA
4:58p.m.
NS: 23N
UP: 5981(AC44CWCTE)
UP: 8040(C45AH)
BNSF: 8365(ES44C4)
Northbound
Intermodal

Milepost 86.7H
Finley
Silver Creek, GA
6:14p.m.
NS: 361
NS: 2755(SD70M-2)
NS: 7316(SD70ACu)
Southbound
Mixed Freight

Milepost 84.0H
Lindale
6:41p.m.
NS: 23N
UP: 5981(AC44CWCTE)
UP: 8040(C45AH)
BNSF: 8365(ES44C4)
Northbound
Intermodal

Milepost 84.0H
Lindale
6:59p.m.
NS: 24J
NS: 9484(D9-40CW)
NS: 2769(SD70M-2)
PRLX: 9559(SD70MAC) Ex-BNSF, Exx BN Executive
Northbound
Empty Bare Table Train

Milepost 672.5
41 Tank
Villa Rica, GA
8:08p.m.
NS: 198
NS: 7622(ES40DC)
UP: 4845(SD70M)
NS: 9190(D9-40CW)
Eastbound
Mixed Freight

Milepost 678.0
Temple
8:30p.m.
NS: 298
NS: 9930(D9-40CW)
NS: 9011(D9-40CW)
Eastbound
Autoracks/Intermodal

Milepost 679.5
Temple
8:43p.m.
NS: 057
BNSF: 5655(AC44CW)
BNSF: 6630(ES44C4)
BNSF: 4716(D9-44CW)
Eastbound
Military Train

Milepost 685.2
Bremen
9:41p.m.
NS: 173
NS: 1163(SD70ACe)
NS: 9533(D9-40CW)
NS: 1001(SD70ACe)
Westbound
Mixed Freight

Milepost 685.2
Bremen
10:29p.m.
NS: I98
UP: 7409(C45ACCTE)
UP: 7300(AC4460CW)
UP: 8079(C45AH)
Eastbound
Autoracks

4/30/2018

Milepost 683.8
Bremen
12:38p.m.
NS: I2G
UP: 8125(C45AH)
UP: 4534(SD70M)
Eastbound
Intermodal

Milepost 698.0
Tallapoosa Hill
Tallapoosa, GA
1:48p.m.
NS: 056
BNSF: 8322(ES44C4)
BNSF: 5950(ES44AC)
BNSF: 678(D9-44CW) Ex-ATSF
Eastbound
Military Train

Milepost 689.3
Waco
2:14p.m.
NS: 056
BNSF: 8322(ES44C4)
BNSF: 5950(ES44AC)
BNSF: 678(D9-44CW) Ex-ATSF
Eastbound
Military Train

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FIRST KAYAK BASS FISHING TOURNAMENT – what could go wrong???



Russell and I fished out FIRST tournament together!!!

15 total anglers/kayaks, and, well… You guys saw it…
We absolutely look forward to fishing in tournaments in the future, just NOT at Shearon Harris…

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How to Find the Best Hockey Skates and Hockey Sticks for All Players

I have two products that I would highly recommend to anyone who plays hockey. Whether you are a highly skilled player or just getting started I believe these are the two best products you can get for your skill level and for the amount of money you will end up paying. Searching for the right products are hard because there are so many different products and product lines to choose from. Finding the right equipment for yourself is the hardest thing you will experience when getting started playing hockey. Hopefully, this will help you on your journey to becoming a great hockey player!

The two best hockey products I would recommend to you are the Bauer one.6 ice hockey skates and the Bauer Vapor 1x hockey stick. The Bauer One.6 hockey skates are very light and durable. They have held up for the past 5 years and I haven’t had any problems with them. Out of the three pairs of skates that I have owned, they are the best. Finding a pair of skates that you can’t feel on your feet because they are comfortable and light is the most important aspect of any pair of skates. I purchased these skates for only $199 which is usually the cheapest you can find new skates for. As for the Bauer Vapor 1x hockey stick, it is the perfect balance in a hockey stick that you can find right now. It is light, well balanced, accurate and all around well built. For people looking for a great stick for a low price, this is the one you would want to buy. If you cheap out on a stick you will tend to end up buying a heavier product.

These two products are the top hockey products that I would recommend to anyone. These are all products that I would give a 5 out of 5 star rating because they are really that great. It is sometimes hard to find the products that fit your needs just right and be an all-around fantastic product. I know it took me a while to find the right stick and the right skates. I never had anyone suggest a product so strongly than I am right now, give them a try if you believe me and let me know what you think about them. Hopefully, these recommendations make it easy for you to adopt these products. You will not be disappointed!



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Golf Tips “Winter Golf Training Tip” With Mike Sullivan



Golf Tips “Winter Golf Training Tip” With Mike Sullivan

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