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  • MOORE MOVES TO TOP SPOT DAY TWO OF WILD WEST BASS TRAIL AT LAKE MOHAVE PRESENTED BY THE CITY OF HENDERSON #WWBT2017

    MOORE MOVES TO TOP SPOT DAY TWO OF WILD WEST BASS TRAIL AT LAKE MOHAVE PRESENTED BY THE CITY OF HENDERSON #WWBT2017

    Laythe Moore of Banning, Calif. grabbed the lead on Day Two of the Wild West Bass Trail (WWBT) Pro/Am on Lake Mohave, presented by the City of Henderson, weighing the big stringer of the day at the desert fishery with 19.37. Moore’s sack was anchored by his biggest bass at 4.19. His two-day total of 37.18 moved him three spots and gave him a lead of more than four-pounds.

  • Aerial Footage Clear Lake Flood

    Aerial Footage Clear Lake Flood

    Updated Aerial Flood Footage Lakeport Ca.

  • Horton In Control After Two Days At Bassmaster Elite On Lake Okeechobee

    Horton In Control After Two Days At Bassmaster Elite On Lake Okeechobee

    OKEECHOBEE, Fla. — After weighing the second limit of the tournament that crested 30 pounds, Tim Horton of Muscle Shoals, Ala., took control on Day 2 of the A.R.E. Truck CapsBassmaster Elite at Lake Okeechobee. Today’s 30-pound, 4-ounce limit pushed his two-day total to an impressive 56 pounds, 3 ounces.

  • Lake Sonoma Steelhead Festival Draws Record Crowd

    Lake Sonoma Steelhead Festival Draws Record Crowd

    A record crowd of over 7,500 enjoyed the Lake Sonoma Steelhead Festival earlier this month at Lake Sonoma Visitor Center and Warm Springs-Don Clausen Fish Hatchery east of Healdsburg in the Russian River watershed.

  • OTT DeFoe Takes Commanding Lead In Bassmaster Elite On Lake Okeechobee

    OTT DeFoe Takes Commanding Lead In Bassmaster Elite On Lake Okeechobee

    Ott DeFoe of Knoxville, Tenn., takes the lead on the first day of the A.R.E. Truck Caps Bassmaster Elite at Lake Okeechobee, bringing 31 pounds, 3 ounces to the scales on Thursday.

  • TOP-3 PRO STRATEGIES FOR WWBT SHASTA

    TOP-3 PRO STRATEGIES FOR WWBT SHASTA

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    Ryan Friend of Oroville, Calif. won the 2017 Wild West Bass Trail's Super Clean Showdown at Shasta with a three-day total of 40.54, earning $20,000 for the victory.

  • Clear Lake level now at 10.14' Rumsey

    Clear Lake level now at 10.14' Rumsey

    Clear Lake level now at 10.14' Rumsey as of 7:30 pm.

  • WOOD AND GORDON WIN WILD WEST BASS TRAIL CALIFORNIA TEAMS EVENT AT LAKE SHASTA WITH RECORD-BREAKING ATTENDANCE #WWBT2017

    WOOD AND GORDON WIN WILD WEST BASS TRAIL CALIFORNIA TEAMS EVENT AT LAKE SHASTA WITH RECORD-BREAKING ATTENDANCE #WWBT2017

    Nick Wood and Justin Gordon win the Wild West Bass Trail California Teams event at Lake Shasta on Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017 with a seven-fish limit weighing 18.41.  (Photo Mindy Alvarez)

  • MARK ROSE WINS LAKE TRAVIS FLW TOUR STOP

    MARK ROSE WINS LAKE TRAVIS FLW TOUR STOP

    General Tire pro Mark Rose of West Memphis, Arkansas, brought a five-bass limit weighing 14 pounds, 9 ounces to the scale Sunday to win $125,000 at the FLW Tour at Lake Travis presented by Quaker State. Rose’s four-day total of 20 bass weighing 59-2 was enough to edge second-place angler Bryan Thrift of Shelby, North Carolina, by a mere 12 ounces.

  • Clear Lake Water Level Vids

    Clear Lake Water Level Vids

    Clear Lake Water Level Footage

  • BRYAN THRIFT RECLAIMS LEAD GOING INTO FINAL DAY OF FLW TOUR ON LAKE TRAVIS

    BRYAN THRIFT RECLAIMS LEAD GOING INTO FINAL DAY OF FLW TOUR ON LAKE TRAVIS

    Bryan Thrift of Shelby, North Carolina, brought a five-bass limit weighing 11 pounds, 7 ounces to the scale Saturday to reclaim the lead after day three of the FLW Tour at Lake Travis presented by Quaker State. Thrift’s three-day total of 45-9 makes him the No. 1 seed on championship Sunday as the field is now cut to the final 10 anglers in the event that featured 164 of the top bass anglers in the world casting for a top cash award of up to $125,000.

  • Potential World Record Spotted Bass Caught in Northern California

    Potential World Record Spotted Bass Caught in Northern California

    Nick Dulleck of San Jose, Calif. landed the most recent potential world record spotted bass on February 12, 2017 while fishing Bullards Bar Reservoir. He caught it while fishing with a friend, Adam McAndrews. The spotted bass weighed in at 11-pounds, 4-ounces.

  • Hunting 13-pound ShareLunker Bass for Bassmaster Classic Anglers In Lake Conroe

    Hunting 13-pound ShareLunker Bass for Bassmaster Classic Anglers In Lake Conroe

    Members of the Seven Coves Bass Club in Texas were honored for planting native aquatic vegetation to improve the fishery of Lake Conroe. Competitors in the 2017 GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by DICK'S Sporting Goods will fish Conroe during the world bass fishing championship, March 24-26.

  • Clear Lake Water Levels Vids from Lakeport PD

    Clear Lake Water Levels Vids from Lakeport PD

    Library Park at Lakeport, CA near the Lakeport Yacht Club in the City of Lakeport earlier this afternoon.

  • Sight Bite from Diamond Valley Lake | DVL with Tony Lain

    Sight Bite from Diamond Valley Lake | DVL with Tony Lain

    This video is about sight fishing for bass at Diamond Valley Lake

  • Best Bass Tournaments | Nacimiento Blasts Off Feb 25

    Best Bass Tournaments | Nacimiento Blasts Off Feb 25

    Best Bass Tournaments | BBT Tournament: Nacimiento Date: 2/25/2017 Body of Water: Nacimiento Launch Location: Main Ramp

  • Clear Lake Closed to Motorized Boats

    Clear Lake Closed to Motorized Boats

    Boaters and residents on Clear Lake need to be aware due to the continued high water levels and potential for damage to shoreline properties, the Board of Supervisors today approved an Urgency Ordinance immediately closing the lake.

  • Hydrilla Treatment for Toho

    Hydrilla Treatment for Toho

    The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) this month will treat portions of Lake Tohopekaliga, also known as Lake Toho, in Osceola County for hydrilla, weather permitting.

  • Lake Cachuma Update

    Lake Cachuma Update

    Cachuma 16% up from 7% earlier this year and still climbing daily.

  • 2013 vs 2017 on the Oroville Spillway

    2013 vs 2017 on the Oroville Spillway

    Water Expected to Flow into Lake Oroville Emergency Spillway Soon Oroville, Calif. -- Lake Oroville is expected to rise this morning to the level that allows water to flow down an emergency spillway and into the Feather River, according to the California Department of Water Resources (DWR). The volume of water is expected to pose no flood threat downstream and should remain well within the capacity of the Feather River and other channels to handle. Oroville Dam itself remains safe, and there is no imminent threat to the public.