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  • Arkansas anglers will continue to see world-class fishing

    Arkansas anglers will continue to see world-class fishing

    Arkansas anglers will continue to see world-class fishing in The Natural State’s cold-water trout streams, even during the current shutdown of federal government facilities, thanks to cooperation between the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.

  • Winter steelhead anglers are asked to return snouts from hatchery

    Winter steelhead anglers are asked to return snouts from hatchery

    Winter steelhead anglers are asked to return snouts from hatchery steelhead harvested in the Umpqua River basin. ODFW will scan the snouts for coded wire tags in the first of a multi-year research project to improve winter steelhead fishing in the South Umpqua River.

  • Multi-Year Partnership Inked by Bass Pro Shops and American Bass Anglers

    Multi-Year Partnership Inked by Bass Pro Shops and American Bass Anglers

    Bass Pro Shops and American Bass Anglers announced today a multiyear partnership to provide more avenues for weekend anglers across the country. Bass Pro Shops will become the Title Sponsor of American Bass Anglers and will support a new 150hp bass tournament trail. As North America’s premier outdoor and conservation company, Bass Pro Shops is a recognized leader in supporting grassroots weekend anglers and growing the sport of fishing and attracting new audiences to enjoy the outdoors.

  • Anglers credit high-tech underwater cameras for unearthing game-winning panfish

    Anglers credit high-tech underwater cameras for unearthing game-winning panfish

    Team Aqua-Vu Wins National Ice Fishing Championship Anglers credit high-tech underwater cameras for unearthing game-winning panfish

  • Co Anglers | Are They Next Endangered Species?

    Co Anglers | Are They Next Endangered Species?

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    A look at FLW joining B.A.S.S. and dropping its co-anglers at the top-level

  • Anglers Wanted for Reality Series with Rapala/FLW

    Anglers Wanted for Reality Series with Rapala/FLW

    Fishing League Worldwide (FLW), the world’s largest tournament-fishing organization, announced today that they are seeking applicants to be featured in a new, original YouTube based reality series, presented by Rapala, called Varsity Bass. Applicants should be a current high school or college fishing angler or team and are asked to submit their video through social media.

  • 2019 FLW Tour Roster Released ...210 anglers registered

    2019 FLW Tour Roster Released ...210 anglers registered

    There was enormous demand to compete on the 2019 FLW Tour, with 210 anglers registering for a slot on the prestigious tournament circuit in its final year of priority registration before switching to a strict qualifying process and a 150-pro field in 2020.

  • Digital mapping platform offering anglers detailed waterway topography and much more surpasses one million-member milestone

    Digital mapping platform offering anglers detailed waterway topography and much more surpasses one million-member milestone

    The old saying goes that 90% of the fish are found in 10% of the water. The best way to find that 10% of any lake, river, reservoir, or other water body? Premium mapping. More specifically? Fishidy.

  • NPAA Conference Welcomes Pro Anglers

    NPAA Conference Welcomes Pro Anglers

    The National Professional Anglers Association (NPAA) announced in August that back-to-back Bassmaster Classic champion (2017 and 2018), Jordan Lee will be speaking at the 2019 NPAA Annual Conference. Next year’s conference theme is “Make Waves Not Ripples”

  • Anglers Marine 2019 Customer Appreciation Schedule

    Anglers Marine 2019 Customer Appreciation Schedule

    The Anglers Marine Customer Appreciation Tour is a 100% Payback, 3 division Team Trail for Customers who have bought boats from Either of our locations, Anaheim or San Diego.

  • SpoolTek Lures Acquired by a Band of Anglers, Founded by Patrick Sebile

    SpoolTek Lures Acquired by a Band of Anglers, Founded by Patrick Sebile

    A Band of Anglers, the umbrella company founded in 2017 by Patrick Sébile, which owns multiple fishing tackle brands including Ocean Born, Hyperlastics and Engage, has acquired SpoolTek Lures. SpoolTek is renowned for its patented concealed leader technology.

  • MLF anglers vote to eliminate ALL entry fees for the circuit and Bass Pro Tour agrees

    MLF anglers vote to eliminate ALL entry fees for the circuit and Bass Pro Tour agrees

    The decision has eliminated the single largest expense per event that each angler has historically had to incur throughout their careers until now.

  • Six Pro Anglers Fish Off in the Final Round Of Bassmaster Classic Brackets

    Six Pro Anglers Fish Off in the Final Round Of Bassmaster Classic Brackets

    The anglers’ weights will start back at zero, and they will fish from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. ET with the winners of each match advancing to the 2019 Bassmaster Classic

  • The shocking scene for anglers who waited for the striped bass blitz

    The shocking scene for anglers who waited for the striped bass blitz

    They were removing millions of pounds of bait that make our best days on the water possible. And, quite simply, if you remove the bait, the predators will leave, too. Imagine a fresh chill in the air and no birds on the horizon.

  • Plano Introduces One-of-a-Kind V-Crate for Kayak Anglers

    Plano Introduces One-of-a-Kind V-Crate for Kayak Anglers

    Anyone who's been dragged around a pond by a mule of a largemouth or drenched by the explosive topwater take of a bull redfish, 'yak-side in just a couple feet of water, understands the appeal of kayak fishing. Simply put, there is no better way to get closer to the action in spots that are essentially inaccessible by any other means, and still remain dry.

  • Survey Results on Angler's Use of Smartphone Apps

    Survey Results on Angler's Use of Smartphone Apps

    With technology affecting every aspect of our lives, from the way we work and live at home and even to the way we recreate, it’s no wonder it’s also making an impact on old-time American pursuits such as recreational fishing. But that impact may be a little slower in coming for many—but not all. Results from a recent survey at AnglerSurvey.com reveal that while 85 percent of active anglers own a smartphone, only 25 percent of those anglers use apps related to fishing.

  • More than 150 anglers are set for the FLW Series Western Division  next week at the California Delta presented by Power-Pole

    More than 150 anglers are set for the FLW Series Western Division next week at the California Delta presented by Power-Pole

    More than 150 pros and co-anglers are set to close the Costa FLW Series Western Division regular season next week, Sept. 27-29, at the Costa FLW Series at the California Delta presented by Power-Pole. The tournament, hosted by Russo’s Marina and the Sugar Barge RV Resort and Marina, is the third and final regular-season event scheduled in the FLW Series Western Division. The event will feature anglers competing for a top award of up to $75,000, including a brand new Ranger Z518C boat with a 200-horsepower Evinrude or Mercury outboard.

  • 10 new models deliver unrivaled performance to hardwater anglers

    10 new models deliver unrivaled performance to hardwater anglers

    Ice fishing has evolved in truly revolutionary ways during the past decade. Gone are the days of sitting on a pail for hours at a time, jigging with a “rod” that had more in common with a broomstick than with a precision angling instrument. The contemporary ice enthusiast is mobile, hunting for fish rather than waiting passively for finned targets to swim by. Far-flung destinations, boasting hardwater targets of gargantuan proportions, draw anglers further north and west in search of ice-bound glory. Advances in shelters and apparel make it possible to fish in extreme conditions that rapidly reveal weaknesses in both equipment and angler.

  • Tournament anglers credit underwater surveillance for success in competitive events

    Tournament anglers credit underwater surveillance for success in competitive events

    Anyone who’s fished North America’s best bass lakes in recent seasons has seen the signs: Clearing waters; schools of trophy bass shifting deeper and deeper; tournament game plans revolving around off-shore structure, anglers mining small, specific sections of underwater real estate.