Competitive crappie fishing continues to grow and organizations like the American Crappie Trail have put a bullseye on the great fishing and hospitality of Lake D’Arbonne Country, including D’Arbonne Lake and the Ouachita River.
This week’s announcement from the American Crappie Trail is a prime example.
ACT is coming to Lake D’Arbonne March 24-26 for it’s 2021 National Championship. In 2022, the trail will make one of its five regular season stops on the Ouachita River April 22-23 and then return to the Ouachita for the 2022 National Championship in the spring of 2023. These actual events, the practice time put in by anglers before the tournaments and the great publicity which will bring lots of visitors in the future have a huge economic impact on this area.
From the ACT:
“The number one crappie trail in the country is back for 2022 with some exciting changes. New 7 days off limits and a end of the season double points tournament! ONLY 64 TEAMS will qualify for the first ever head to head elimination National Championship! Stay tuned for some exciting information on the highest payouts, the number one crappie show on TV and the most prestigious and transparent trail in the country. Special thanks to Crappie USA for working with us on setting our schedule together for the fisherman and for the industry.More information to follow. Thank you so much to every fan, fisherman, our incredible sponsors and inspiring crappie fisherman who follows and competes on our trail. Here’s to a killer 2022!!!”
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