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  • Teen Catches Third Tagged Redfish

    Teen Catches Third Tagged Redfish

    From the Bank Ty Trosclair of Grand Chenier, along with his dad and friend were fishing the banks of Rockefeller Refuge last Sunday when he landed the redfish of a lifetime.  Their target of the day was trout but shortly into the outing, Ty brought the red tagged redfish to shore.

  • Body of third fisherman recovered after five days of searching

    Body of third fisherman recovered after five days of searching

    The body of the third missing fisherman has been recovered, bringing a search that lasted five days and involved over 20 different agencies to a close.

  • Econo Lodge Sponsorship of Bassmaster Elite Includes Fishing with Justin Lucas

    Econo Lodge Sponsorship of Bassmaster Elite Includes Fishing with Justin Lucas

    The Econo Lodge brand, part of Choice Hotels International, Inc. (NYSE:CHH) is the presenting sponsor of two Bassmaster Elite Series tournaments in 2018, and is offering fans the chance to win a day of fishing with professional angler Justin Lucas, a two-time Bassmaster Elite Champion.

  • Jordan Lee Third Leader In Three Days at St. Clair Bassmaster Elite Series | Click for Results

    Jordan Lee Third Leader In Three Days at St. Clair Bassmaster Elite Series | Click for Results

    Jordan Lee of Guntersville, Ala., takes the lead on the third day of the 2017 Advance Auto Parts Bassmaster Elite at Lake St. Clair, bringing 25 pounds, 9 ounces to the scales on Saturday for a three-day total weight of 69-13.

  • Lake Gaston Yields Third Blue Catfish State Record in Six Months

    Lake Gaston Yields Third Blue Catfish State Record in Six Months

    For the third time in six months, Lake Gaston has produced another blue catfish state record. The holder this time is 15-year-old Landon Evans, of Benson, who landed a 117-pound, 8-ounce whopper on June 11.

  • Fishing in the Third Dimension—Lowrance StructureScan 3D

    Fishing in the Third Dimension—Lowrance StructureScan 3D

    Sonar has been opening anglers' eyes to the underwater world ever since Lowrance first made waves with its iconic "little green box" back in 1957. In the years since, fishermen have enjoyed a steady stream of technological advancements that have enhanced our view beneath the surface, while improving our understanding of fish location and behavior.