Mo-Yak CLUB RECORDS
Mo-Yak began using TourneyX in May 2018.
Here are the current club records compiled by the app.
Angler of the Year
2015- Dorman Hughey
2016- Tyy Ward
2017- Joshua Boothe
2018- Jim Harding
2019- Dorman Hughey
2020- Lance Burris
Highest One Day Total (Live)
Jim W. Harding – Truman lake June 2020- 100.5″
Troy Enke – Table Rock – Sept 2019- 94.5″
Darian Beedle – Pomme De Terre Aug 2020- 93.25″
Jason Yiznitsky – Bull Shoals – April 2021- 93″
Mike Dent – Lake of the Ozarks – May 2021 – 92.5″
Big Bass (Live)
Brian Hillman – Lake Taneycomo 2019- 22.5″
Darian Beedle – Pomme De Terre 2020 – 22.5″
Big Bass (Online) Peyton Stumpf – 24.00″
Largest Margin of Victory (Live)
Darian Beedle Pomme de Terre 2020 +11.5″
Most Fish Caught (Live – One Day)
2021 Lake of the Ozarks – 698
2021 Table Rock – 653
2020 Truman lake – 388
2020 Lake of the Ozarks – 354
Table Rock 2021 – 111 anglers
Dorman Hughey – 5 wins
Top 5 Online monthly series scores
July 2020 – Brennan Banks – 110.50″
March 2020 – Richy R Laughery – 109.75″
May 2021 – Dorman Hughey – 109.75″
April 2021 – Dorman Hughey – 109.50″
April 2020 – Dorman Hughey – 109.50″
Established December 22, 2014, by founding members – Eric Hansen, Brian Hillman, Tyy Ward, Heath Hudson, Jim Harding, Richy Laughery, and Jerry Ward, four of us had attended a kayak bass tournament in the fall of 2014, on Pony Creek Lake, Iowa and we all had an absolute blast. We wanted to bring that excitement to the Ozarks!
Missouri Kayak Club (Mo-Yak) Constitution
The Mo-Yak fishing series is Missouri’s premier kayak bass fishing tournament trail and longest-running series in the state. Top anglers from the Mo-Yak fishing series are awarded cash prizes, along with merchandise at every event. Members also are entered in free raffles and given food and drinks at the conclusion of every tournament. Some of the nation’s top kayak anglers travel to compete and enjoy the comradery here in the Ozarks. In 2020 we had anglers travel from Colorado, Kansas, Arkansas, Ohio, Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Indiana, and Nebraska to compete in Missouri. Average attendance at every tournament in 2020 was 70 anglers with an average payout of over $1k to first place.
We pride ourselves on the integrity of our anglers and the friendships that have formed over the past six years. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned veteran, know that you will be welcomed with a handshake and a smile. The most angler-friendly club in the region, we promise to make every effort to keep our meetings on time, our tournaments ran fairly and our awards meetups as fun as possible. Mo-Yak promotes water safety and encourages everyone to be stewards of our Ozark’s waterways, always aiming to help protect these wonderful natural resources.
In the Ozark region of Southwest/Central Missouri, we compete on 6 of the major bass lakes in Missouri, as well as many rivers across the state. For kayak anglers whose schedules prevent them from fishing our weekend tournaments, we suggest our Online series. These fish at your own pace tournaments are held every month of the year allowing our anglers to fish competitively as their schedules allow. Hate fishing alone? We also host a two-person Team series at each of our individual trail events! NEW for 2021, is the MoYak River Series where anglers will float the beautiful creeks and streams of the Ozarks and compete for cash.
Mo-Yak is a B.A.S.S Nation affiliated club, a Kayak Bass Fishing (KBF) Partner Club, and an All American Kayak Classic partner club. Anglers fishing our trails will have the opportunity to qualify for the All American Kayak Classic, the 2022 KBF National Championship, as well as compete in the Missouri B.A.S.S. Nation Kayak State Championship on Truman lake to earn a spot in the 2022 BASSMASTER Kayak Classic. To learn more, continue to browse our site or contact Joshua Boothe by using the email address – moyakfishingseries @ gmail.com