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  • Celebrate Two Years for Lee in a Row with the Ultimate Upgrade

    Celebrate Two Years for Lee in a Row with the Ultimate Upgrade

    Lowrance®, a world-leader in fishing electronics since 1957, continued its domination of America’s tournament-fishing circuit as Lowrance Pro Jordan Lee mounted an epic comeback to claim the 2018 Bassmaster Classic Championship. Held on South Carolina’s Lake Hartwell, March 16-18, Lee’s winning three-day total of 47 pounds, 1 ounce, comes on the heels of his 2017 victory on Lake Conroe, Texas, and marks the seventh straight Classic championship win for a competitor using Lowrance’s HDS fishfinder/chartplotter displays. The 26-year-old Guntersville, Ala., native is also the youngest angler in Bassmaster history to win the tournament two years in a row.

  • 7 Straight Years Of Bassmaster Classic Domination | VIDEO

    7 Straight Years Of Bassmaster Classic Domination | VIDEO

    52 of the World's Best Anglers... Seven Straight Years of Domination

  • Copperopolis man faces 13 years | Found guilty of boating under the influence at Lake Tulloch

    Copperopolis man faces 13 years | Found guilty of boating under the influence at Lake Tulloch

    As a Calaveras County Superior Court clerk read out the guilty verdict on Monday afternoon for Dean Payne, a Copperopolis man accused of injuring two women on Lake Tulloch while under the influence of alcohol, Payne began to slump.

  • FRABILL: Celebrating 45 Years in the Media

    FRABILL: Celebrating 45 Years in the Media

    Veteran outdoor communicator Dan Galusha of Milan, Illinois has a resume so stacked with credentials and accolades that it takes four pages to fit them all in. That’s what happens when an outdoorsman dedicates himself to becoming a fixture in outdoor media for over four decades. The list of awards he has received include well over 200 fishing honors, of which sixteen are world records. Suffice it to say, he’s not only an accomplished outdoor communicator, he’s also one heck of an outdoorsman.

  • Striped bass populations to be at their highest in 14 years

    Striped bass populations to be at their highest in 14 years

    Biologists from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Inland Fisheries office in Wichita Falls recently completed electrofishing and gillnet surveys on Possum Kingdom Reservoir, finding striped bass populations to be at their highest in 14 years.

  • Recreational Fishing Participation Increased Nearly 20 Percent Over the Past 10 Years

    Recreational Fishing Participation Increased Nearly 20 Percent Over the Past 10 Years

    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has released its initial report of the 2016 National Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation national survey. The survey, conducted every five years in partnership with the U.S. Census Bureau, shows that fishing participation is up nearly 20 percent over the last 10 years. Anglers also increased their overall spend by 2.4 percent during the past five years.

  • What's New From Lowrance | 60 Years From the Fish Lo-K-Tor to the Carbon16

    What's New From Lowrance | 60 Years From the Fish Lo-K-Tor to the Carbon16

    Lowrance is celebrating their 60th anniversary. Always a leader in marine electronics, they have come a long way from the FISH LO-K-TOR to the current generation of high-powered chartplotters and sonar units.

  • Ranger Boats 2018: Limited edition dream rig celebrates 50 years for legendary boat maker

    Ranger Boats 2018: Limited edition dream rig celebrates 50 years for legendary boat maker

    For the past half century, Ranger Boats has continually exceeded the expectations of anglers across the country. The longtime manufacturer is steeped with tradition and recognized by generations of fishermen as the world's premier boat brand.

  • State record for bigmouth buffalo broken by same angler nearly nine years later

    State record for bigmouth buffalo broken by same angler nearly nine years later

    Roy Beasley holding new state record bigmouth buffaloThe Michigan Department of Natural Resources recently confirmed a new state-record fish for bigmouth buffalo. This marks the first state-record fish caught in 2017 – and it was caught by an angler who held the previous state record for bigmouth buffalo from 2008.

  • Flagstaff Area Lakes Highest in Years

    Flagstaff Area Lakes Highest in Years

    A recent influx of snow and subsequent run-off is giving many Flagstaff area lakes a refill. During the past two years, water levels at Kaibab Lake near Williams had been far too low to stock fish. Thanks to recent heavy rains, the lake (pictured) is full and spilling.

  • First Camanche Teener of 2017 | Dave Gliebe Catches 13-lb Bass In New Years Day Tournament

    First Camanche Teener of 2017 | Dave Gliebe Catches 13-lb Bass In New Years Day Tournament

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    Dave Gliebe reeled in a 13.46 big bass in the New Year’s Day tourney at Lake Camanche this past weekend. His teener fell to a brown and purple Bass Patrol jig tied to 12-lb XPS. The giant bass bit on his 5th cast of the day.

  • Five Years After The Spill, Settlement Provides for Meaningful Gulf of Mexico Restoration

    Five Years After The Spill, Settlement Provides for Meaningful Gulf of Mexico Restoration

    BATON ROUGE, LA – Five years after the Deepwater Horizon disaster that claimed 11 lives and dumped nearly 3.2 million barrels of oil into the Gulf of Mexico, officials in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana announced an $18.7 billion settlement with BP.

  • Saratoga (WY) National Fish Hatchery Celebrates 100 Years in Operation

    Saratoga (WY) National Fish Hatchery Celebrates 100 Years in Operation

    DENVER- The Saratoga National Fish Hatchery is celebrating 100 years in operation on July 3rd and 4th in the town of Saratoga, Wyoming.