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  • TrophyCatch Season Kicks Off in Florida

    TrophyCatch Season Kicks Off in Florida

    Florida bass conservation and register for a chance to win a new boat all in the same program!

  • Dam Modernization Project Kicks Off

    Dam Modernization Project Kicks Off

    Today, the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) began assessment work on Pyramid Dam’s spillways in Los Angeles County as part of a statewide effort to reduce seismic and hydrologic risk to State Water Project (SWP) facilities spanning 705 miles throughout California.

  • Camanche Kicks Out a Teener

    Camanche Kicks Out a Teener

    I casted a line through ospray in the line where the water color changes from light to dark!!

  • Abandoned Crab Trap Removal Kicks Off

    Abandoned Crab Trap Removal Kicks Off

    Each February for 17 years, countless volunteers spend 10 days on the water along the Texas coastline searching the bays for abandoned crab traps left to foul shrimpers’ nets, snag anglers’ lines, “ghost fish,” and create unsightly views. To date, they’ve hauled off more than 35,000 of these derelict traps.

  • Johnny Morris Kicks Off New MLF Bass Pro Tour with First Cast

    Johnny Morris Kicks Off New MLF Bass Pro Tour with First Cast

    Johnny Morris (left), Bass Pro Shops founder and CEO, fires the first cast to signal the official start of the new MLF Bass Pro Tour which begins today on Florida's Lake Toho. Also pictured are MLF pro angler Kevin VanDam (middle) and MLF broadcaster Steven "Lurch" Scott

  • Yak-A-Bass 2019 Kicks Off on Lake Berryessa

    Yak-A-Bass 2019 Kicks Off on Lake Berryessa

    Located in Napa County, CA Lake Berryessa boasts 20,000 acres and 165 miles of shoreline.

  • New MLF Tour Kicks Off in January at Toho

    New MLF Tour Kicks Off in January at Toho

    Major League Fishing officials announced today that the MLF Bass Pro Tour will head next month to Kissimmee, Fla., to kick off its inaugural season. Though the majority of the Jan. 29 - Feb. 3 action will take place on historic Lake Toho, the championship round will be held on another nearby body of water out of respect for the Fishing League Worldwide (FLW) tournament that follows.

  • JUNE KICKS OFF RECREATIONAL OCEAN SALMON SEASON

    JUNE KICKS OFF RECREATIONAL OCEAN SALMON SEASON

    Additional sections of the California coast will open up to recreational ocean salmon fishing in June. In the Klamath Management Zone, which is the area between the Oregon/California state line and Horse Mountain (40° 05’ 00” N. latitude), the season will open June 1 and continue through Sept. 3, 2018. The Fort Bragg and San Francisco areas, which extend from Horse Mountain to Point Arena (38° 57’ 30” N. latitude) and Point Arena to Pigeon Point (37° 11’ 00” N. latitude), respectively, will open June 17 and continue through Oct. 31, 2018. The Monterey area between Pigeon Point and the U.S./Mexico Border opened on Apr. 7 and will continue through July 2, 2018.

  • Youth League is Back and Kicks Off Saturday!

    Youth League is Back and Kicks Off Saturday!

    This Youth Angler League is designed to provide opportunities for youth that may have never experienced the fun of angling, and present alternatives to the electronic games and media platforms that seem to detract today's youth from seeking basic outdoor fun.

  • Delta/ Wine Region Kicks Off at Berryessa March 17

    Delta/ Wine Region Kicks Off at Berryessa March 17

    Coming up this weekend, the BBT Delta/ Wine Region kicks off their 2018 Season at Lake Berryessa. With this being the 1st event of the year and because of past participation and the facilities at Lake Berryessa we encourage teams to presign for this event

  • Strong Numbers for U.S. Boat Sales as 2018 Boat Show Season Kicks Off

    Strong Numbers for U.S. Boat Sales as 2018 Boat Show Season Kicks Off

    As the industry prepares for a busy winter boat show season – a crucial selling period – NMMA announced this week that unit sales of new powerboats are expected to be up six percent in 2017, marking an estimated 260,000 new powerboats sold last year. As consumer confidence continues to rise and boat manufacturers introduce products and experiences to attract younger boaters, the outlook for 2018 new powerboat sales is another five to six percent increase.

  • 2018 Bassmaster Opens Kicks Off at Kissimmee Chain Of Lakes

    2018 Bassmaster Opens Kicks Off at Kissimmee Chain Of Lakes

    The first Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Eastern Open of 2018 heads to the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes out of Kissimmee, Fla., Feb. 1-3, where more than 400 anglers will compete for cash and prizes.

  • 'Bro Road Show' tour kicks off in November "to bring you the best of ice"

    'Bro Road Show' tour kicks off in November "to bring you the best of ice"

    Beginning in early-November, legendary ice fishing pro Brian "Bro" Brosdahl's Bro Road Show will be making regular stops around the Upper Midwest. The ever-affable Bro has toured the Ice Belt for the past sixteen winters visiting retail locations in multiple states, from Scheels to Mill's Farm Fleet to Cabela's, Bass Pro Shops and numerous independents in between.

  • LAKE SHASTA WELCOMES WILD WEST BASS TRAIL PRO/AM OPENER PRESENTED BY SUPER CLEAN WWBT2017

    LAKE SHASTA WELCOMES WILD WEST BASS TRAIL PRO/AM OPENER PRESENTED BY SUPER CLEAN WWBT2017

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    Upwards of 250 pro and co-anglers are expected to blast off for the 2017 Wild West Bass Trail (WWBT) season-opener on Lake Shasta presented by Super Clean Jan. 27 – 29.

  • ISE Sac Kicks off This Week | Jason Borofka on the Demo Tank with Yamamoto Giveaways!

    ISE Sac Kicks off This Week | Jason Borofka on the Demo Tank with Yamamoto Giveaways!

    2017 ISE Sacramento Starts THIS THURSDAY | Jason Borofka on the Demo Tank with Yamamoto Giveaways! Click here for the full event Program Guide http://bit.ly/2jDI4dw Theater schedules, Seminar Speakers, Vendor List and MUCH, MUCH More

  • The Outdoor Industry Kicks Plastic: Cleaning Up Our Own House First

    The Outdoor Industry Kicks Plastic: Cleaning Up Our Own House First

    In recent years, the growing mounds of discarded plastic and trash have threatened the oceans' well-being, from poisoning marine life to polluting the shorelines. Anglers and the products they buy are on the front lines to help fight this problem head on, as the fate of the oceans and our future enjoyment of those waters hangs in the balance.