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  • 48.97 to lead California Open  | Click for Results

    48.97 to lead California Open | Click for Results

    Wayne Breazeale holds on to lead for Day 2 of the 2017 California Open

  • B.A.S.S. Pro Angler Meet and Greet at Wal-Mart

    B.A.S.S. Pro Angler Meet and Greet at Wal-Mart

    FORT SMITH, Ark.  – BOOYAH® and YUM® pro-anglers Jason Christie, Alton Jones, Alton Jones Jr. and Stetson Blaylock will appear at the Wal-Mart Super Center (2409 E. Main St., Russellville, Arkansas 72802). These Bassmaster Elite Series pros will be on hand to sign autographs, meet fans and answer questions. The event will take place in the sporting goods section from 6:00 to 8:00 pm, on May 29 2017.

  • Live-streaming camera offers a glimpse into the lives of desert pupfish

    Live-streaming camera offers a glimpse into the lives of desert pupfish

    PHOENIX — Those curious about the underwater lives of Arizona's desert pupfish can tune in to the Arizona Game and Fish Department's newest wildlife live-streaming camera.

  • Oroville Update 23 May Demolition Begins!

    Oroville Update 23 May Demolition Begins!

    Click for Vid Oroville Update 23 May Demolition Begins!

  • Progress on San Vicente Lake...SoCal

    Progress on San Vicente Lake...SoCal

    Just a heads up to all the SoCal anglers out there, my buddy Ricky Shabazz has been putting in work Sonar logging San Vicente Lake.

  • This thing shows every hidden spot on Clear Lake

    This thing shows every hidden spot on Clear Lake

    One of the best ways to learn all the secret sloughs and backwaters is to use the satellite overlay.

  • 30.70 to lead WON Bass California Open Day 1 at Clear Lake

    30.70 to lead WON Bass California Open Day 1 at Clear Lake

    Wayne Breazeale takes Day 1 lead | Click for results

  • Boaters Can Help Fight Spread of Invasive Mussels Over Memorial Day Weekend

    Boaters Can Help Fight Spread of Invasive Mussels Over Memorial Day Weekend

    California agencies combatting the spread of invasive quagga and zebra mussels remind boaters to remain cautious over Memorial Day weekend.

  • C.A.S.T. for kids Lake Shasta

    C.A.S.T. for kids Lake Shasta

    I am the Western Program Director for the Catch a Special Thrill Foundation. We have an event upcoming on Lake Shasta June 10, 2017. We are in need of more boater volunteers for the event. These boater volunteers would donate 2-4 hours of their time that morning to take a special needs child and a parent or guardian out for a couple hours fishing. They would then stay and have lunch with the kids and cheer for them on during the awards ceremony. I have a flyer made for the event that i can send you to help us advertise the event. My email is jimb@castforkids.org.

  • Spotted Bass World Record Has Now Been Officially Certified

    Spotted Bass World Record Has Now Been Officially Certified

    Nick Dulleck's spotted bass has been officially certified by the IGFA as a world record.

  • Top 5 Things to Consider When Buying a Bass Boat

    Top 5 Things to Consider When Buying a Bass Boat

    Whether you are looking for a new or used boat, there are several items to consider. Finding the right boat for both your needs and budget takes time, research and the knowledge to get the best boat for your money. Nate Chandler, Sales Manager at Boatmasters in Livermore, Calif. works closely with customers during this process and has some tips on finding the perfect boat.

  • Fat Wasington Trout Eaters

    Fat Wasington Trout Eaters

    I went out last week and threw swimbaits but never had a bite. I did get two nice ones pitching

  • Fishing Oroville Lake | May 23

    Fishing Oroville Lake | May 23

    Launched at Lime Saddle about 6:35, stopped fishing at 10:40am when the heat began making me sweat!! hot today. What a difference when water warms back up from my last trip

  • High School All-American Anglers Compete With Pros On Trophy Bass Lake In Texas

    High School All-American Anglers Compete With Pros On Trophy Bass Lake In Texas

    When Reese Jones of Rogers, Ark., received notice that he had been selected as one of 12 members of the 2017 Bassmaster High School All-American Fishing Team presented by DICK'S Sporting Goods, he was ecstatic. Winning the honor meant he would be able to fish with a Bassmaster Elite Series pro during a special tournament in conjunction with the Toyota Bassmaster Texas Fest benefiting Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.

  • 22.97 to win the Delta

    22.97 to win the Delta

    22.97 to win the Delta | Juan Acosta and Vijay Maholtra win

  • Angler's Marine Havasu Recap

    Angler's Marine Havasu Recap

    Our first stop yielded two keepers and the second yielded three. The flip bite was red hot and we decided to stay in the river. We hit some backwaters and put several fish in the boat on a chatterbait. By the end of the day

  • Fish El Salto with Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek

    Fish El Salto with Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek

    Still a few spots remaining for a trip to Anglers Inn El Salto this November with Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek. Rate is discounted for Bass University members, but trip is open to everyone. Attached flier lays out the basic details.

  • Folsom Lake Winner Report | Champions Shane & Tom Peirson

    Folsom Lake Winner Report | Champions Shane & Tom Peirson

    Team Peirson with the deets on winning the Bass Pro Shop Open at Folsom Lake

  • Invasive Mussels Threaten Colorado Waters

    Invasive Mussels Threaten Colorado Waters

    Boaters coming from other states with mussel infested waters threaten Colorado DURANGO, Colo. – The aggressive aquatic nuisance species inspection program operated by Colorado Parks and Wildlife has been successful in keeping quagga and zebra mussels out of the state. Waters in several surrounding states, however, are infested with mussels and that is a serious problem for Colorado.

  • NOAA Warns of Continuing Species Shifts Due to Warming Oceans

    NOAA Warns of Continuing Species Shifts Due to Warming Oceans

    Changes impact local fishing communities, resource management Scientists using a high-resolution global climate model and historical observations of species distributions on the Northeast U.S. Shelf have found that commercially important species will continue to shift their distribution as ocean waters warm two to three times faster than the global average through the end of this century. Projected increases in surface to bottom waters of 6.6 to 9 degrees F (3.7 to 5.0 degrees Celsius) from current conditions are expected.