Next weekend is going to be a HUGE weekend at the Lake of the Ozarks. From one of the top fishing tournaments around to the newest powerboat race to the area, it's going to be a thrilling and exciting weekend! Check out the fun boating and fishing events taking place the first weekend in October. Our Lake of the Ozarks boat lift company is proud to lift all types of boats. From powerboats to fishing boats, we lift them all! Check out the details about the amazing events right around the corner at the Lake of the Ozarks!
Fall Big Bass Bash
Oct 03, 2020 - Oct 04, 2020
The Big Bass Bash is a bass tournament designed for amateurs only. Its unique format allows the weekend angler a chance to win big money like the professionals. Unlike most fishing tournaments which have a team arrangement where prizes are based on total weight, the Big Bass Bash format is distinctive in that it only takes one fisherman just one big bass to win. Anglers can launch from anywhere on Lake of the Ozarks. The Big Bass Bash will have four weigh-in stations to accommodate the anglers: PB2 (Grand Glaize State Park), Red Oak Resort, Alhonna Resort, & Point Randall Resort.
Offshore at the Ozarks Powerboat Racing
Oct 02, 2020 - Oct 03, 2020
Camden on the Lake Resort
Presented by Performance Boat Center, Offshore at the Ozarks - a SuperStock & SuperCat powerboat racing event! For race times and details visit www.offshoreozarks.com. Stick around Friday & Saturday night for FREE live entertainment by Kricket Alley starting at 8pm each night at the Horny Toad!
Osage Beach Fishing Derby
Oct 03, 2020
Osage Beach City Park Lake Front
The Osage Beach Fishing Derby will be held on October 3, 2020 from 9AM-NOON. Come out to this completely free event to enjoy the morning fishing with family, chance to win prizes, and a hot dog lunch! The Fishing Derby will be held at the newly opened Osage Beach City Park fishing pond. The City Park fishing pond reopened to the public on June 1, 2019 after being closed since the summer of 2013 due to flood damage. There have been many repairs and additions including an emergency spillway, new flood gate, and in-house dredging -- all completed in spring of 2016. The pond was restocked with catfish and bluegill in fall of 2016 and largemouth bass in summer of 2017. Fishing was not permitted during this time to allow the fish to grow and spawn, all with direction from Missouri Department of Conservation. For more information, contact Parks and Recreation.
For more information about upcoming events at the Lake of the Ozarks, visit www.FunLake.com!