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  • #FBF to the 19 Pounder CAught at Chabot | This Time Last Year!

    #FBF to the 19 Pounder CAught at Chabot | This Time Last Year!

    Ryan Reynolds broke the lake record with his 19-pound largemouth bass catch on Lake Chabot Reservoir.

  • 2017 Ranger Cup University Team of the Year Challenge Won by University of North Alabama

    2017 Ranger Cup University Team of the Year Challenge Won by University of North Alabama

    Collegiate anglers take home $2,000 and other prizes in winner-take-all challenge FLIPPIN, Ark – Sloan Pennington and Hunter McCarty, collegiate anglers from the University of North Alabama, won the Ranger Cup University Team of the Year Challenge in a winner-take-all, made-for-TV event on Texas' Lake Fairfield. The tournament, which utilized a rules format where all legal fish are weighed and released from the boat, pitted the North Alabama anglers against a team from Kansas State University.

  • Bass Cat Boats Signs On Multi-year Agreement with WON Bass

    Bass Cat Boats Signs On Multi-year Agreement with WON Bass

    Rick Pierce of Bass Cat Boats and Bill Egan of WON Bass Shake Hands on a New Two Year Deal for 2018 and 2019.  They are surrounded by Bass Cat Employees Jason Brewer and Dallas Hodges and Bass Cat Pro Anglers Kevin Short, Andrew Upshaw and Carl Jocumsen  - photo by Dan O'Sullivan

  • 35th WON Bass, Bass Cat Boats  Mercury U.S. Open Starts Monday October 16, 2017

    35th WON Bass, Bass Cat Boats Mercury U.S. Open Starts Monday October 16, 2017

    Beginning Monday October 16, 207 professional anglers and their AAA partners will blast off onto the waters of Lake Mead to contest The WON Bass Bass Cat Boats / Mercury U.S. Open of Bass Fishing.  As it has for the past five U.S. Opens, the Costa See What's Out There Live show will be presented by Costa Sunglasses throughout the entirety of the three day event.

  • Year of the Big Bass

    Year of the Big Bass

    This season has been strange for me. I have caught tons of giant bass but have generally done pretty average in tournaments. In fact, I can recall three or four days when one fish was half of my total weight. I can't complain though, it has just been interesting that I can find one really good one and the rest are dinks. It is not like I have dedicated to "big fish" techniques like swimbaits or anything as most of my bigger fish have come on old standbys like jigs, crankbaits and drop-shot.

  • LOWRANCE® PROS EARN TOP SPOTS IN BASSMASTER® ELITE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR RACE

    LOWRANCE® PROS EARN TOP SPOTS IN BASSMASTER® ELITE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR RACE

    Lowrance®, a world-leader in fishing electronics since 1957, announced today that Lowrance Pro Dustin Connell claimed the Bassmaster Rookie of the Year by finishing 24th in points overall with 60 pounds, 13 ounces on Sunday, September 17, 2017. Connell’s closest competition, Lowrance Pro Jamie Hartman finished in 48th place with 41 pounds, 7 ounces. That allowed Connell to win the Rookie of the Year race by the thinnest of margins, 765-764 – the fifth time in the last six years a Lowrance angler has received Bassmaster Elite Rookie of the Year honors.

  • 25 million plus fish stocked this year already

    25 million plus fish stocked this year already

    The Michigan Department of Natural Resources today announced the totals from its spring and summer fish stocking efforts. The DNR stocked a total of 25,470,199 fish that weighed more than 320 tons and consisted of 11 different species and one hybrid.

  • Brandon Palaniuk Tops Season Scoring Bassmaster Angler Of The Year Title

    Brandon Palaniuk Tops Season Scoring Bassmaster Angler Of The Year Title

    Brandon Palaniuk of Hayden, Idaho, won the 2017 Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year title at Mille Lacs Lake held out of Onamia, Minn., Sunday.

  • BBT Anglers of the Year

    BBT Anglers of the Year

    The BBT regular season has come to an end and we have crowned Anglers of the Year in all 6 Regions.  We appreciate all the anglers that supported or Circuit this year.

  • 11 Year Old Catches a GIANT Bass and a Super WEIRD Fish

    11 Year Old Catches a GIANT Bass and a Super WEIRD Fish

    Today I decided to take my daughter Hilary out fishing around the Clewiston canals. She managed to catch this GIANT bass and this really weird looking fish.

  • HEALING HEROES IN ACTION WITH EDWIN EVERS BACK FOR YEAR THREE

    HEALING HEROES IN ACTION WITH EDWIN EVERS BACK FOR YEAR THREE

    OPTIMA® Batteries and sponsored angler Edwin Evers have teamed up again for the third annual Healing Heroes in Action program to bring the ultimate fishing experiences to a handful of our nation’s combat-wounded Purple Heart veterans in partnership with the Wounded Warriors in Action Foundation.

  • Fishing participation has increased by 1.5 million over the previous year

    Fishing participation has increased by 1.5 million over the previous year

    The Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation says fishing participation has increased by 1.5 million over the previous year.

  • Georgia Teacher Named State Fish Art Educator of the Year

    Georgia Teacher Named State Fish Art Educator of the Year

    Kathleen Petka has been named Wildlife Forever's 2017 State-Fish Art Educator of the Year. During her thirteen years of teaching at Walton High School, Kathleen has built a superior visual arts program and her students have been recognized at the national level many times. Annually, she has her art students participate in contests , like State-Fish Art, that help teach her students the importance of conservation. Shereceives a $500 Gift Card, for classroom art supplies, from the award's sponsor, Triarco Arts & Crafts,

  • Congratulations 2017 BBT Central Region Anglers of the Year

    Congratulations 2017 BBT Central Region Anglers of the Year

    Congratulations 2017 BBT Central Region Anglers of the Year

  • Ranger Anglers Sweep FLW Angler of the Year Awards

    Ranger Anglers Sweep FLW Angler of the Year Awards

    Ranger Boats Pro Bryan Thrift claimed FLW Tour Angler of the Year for the second time after a remarkable season that found the angler in the top-10 four times. The honor of Angler of the Year goes to the most consistent angler on tour and awards a $100,000 prize. Ranger angler Gary Haraguchi rounded out the Ranger sweep by winning the FLW Co-Angler of the Year award. The co-angler was awarded a brand new Ranger Z518C with a 200-horsepower Evinrude outboard.

  • Fishing Oversized Jerkbaits ALL Year Long with Chris Zaldain

    Fishing Oversized Jerkbaits ALL Year Long with Chris Zaldain

    They aren't just for cold water anymore! OVERSIZED jerkbaits all year long with Chris Zaldain

  • Rapala Names Hammond Group 2016 Sales Agency of the Year

    Rapala Names Hammond Group 2016 Sales Agency of the Year

    Founder and CEO Ken Hammond Honored with 40-Year Service Award; Marty Salchak Named Rapala Sales Representative of the Year

  • Cabela's School of the Year presented by Abu Garcia Update

    Cabela's School of the Year presented by Abu Garcia Update

    Cabela's School of the Year presented by Abu Garcia Update Bryan College Remains 1st with a slight 29-point Lead over University of North Alabama

  • Cabela's School of the Year Lead by Bryan College

    Cabela's School of the Year Lead by Bryan College

    With just two months left in the 2017 Cabela's School of the Year presented by Abu Garcia race, schools from across the nation are in pure competition mode, searching for every possible point they can earn to add to their total. As it stands right now, Bryan College remains in first place with a total of 1942 points, followed by University of North Alabama in second with 1878 points, and the University of Tennessee-Knoxville in third with 1800 points.

  • Race for Top Collegiate Angling Teams Highlights Three Schools

    Race for Top Collegiate Angling Teams Highlights Three Schools

    The Association of Collegiate Anglers has released the first rankings of the 2017 Cabela's Collegiate Bass School of the Year presented by Abu Garcia race, and it comes as no surprise to college fishing fans to see some of the top fishing schools in the nation holding the top three spots. With over four months and 12 events now completed, the Murray State University bass team has taken an early lead in the season long quest to be crowned the best fishing team in the nation.