A year after experiencing its best water quality in decades, the Chesapeake Bay is expected to have a larger than average “dead zone” this summer, where fish, crabs and shellfish will struggle to breathe.Read More
Tonight, we will take a slight detour from our weekly bass fishing chat and turn our chat towards the other species of fish that we enjoy catching. I have no doubt that bass fishing will still be mentioned but tonight we will focus our chat on those other fish we enjoy catching, both freshwater and saltwater.Read More
MINNEAPOLIS (June 20, 2017) – Pro angler Bryan Thrift of Shelby, North Carolina,...Read More
Pro angler Bradley Dortch of Atmore, Alabama, finished the 2017 FLW Tour regular-season in 18th place overall – the highest of any Tour rookie – with 1,087 points, earning him the prestigious FLW Tour Rookie of the Year (ROY) title.Read More
The Bassmaster Junior National Championship is a team bass tournament, and all but one of the 51 teams are made up of two anglers between the ages of 7 and 13.
The one solo angler, Rein Golubjatnikov proved Tuesday that one is more than enough when he brought in a five-bass limit weighing 15 pounds, 13 ounces. The 13-year-old New Yorker seized the first-round lead in the two-day junior championship on Carroll County 1,000 Acre Recreational Lake in northwest Tennessee.
amamoto Baits pro Tom Monsoor of La Crosse, Wisconsin, won the FLW Tour on the Potomac River presented by Costa Sunglasses Sunday after bringing a five-bass limit to the scale weighing 15 pounds, 2 ounces. Monsoor’s four-day cumulative total of 20 bass weighing 66 pounds, 11 ounces was enough to fend off second-place finisher pro Chad Warren of Sand Springs, Oklahoma, by 5 ounces. Monsoor earned $100,000 and his first career Tour victory.Read More
Yamamoto Baits pro Tom Monsoor of La Crosse, Wisconsin, brought five bass weighing 15 pounds, 5 ounces, to the scale Saturday to retain his lead at the FLW Tour on the Potomac River presented by Costa Sunglasses with a three-day cumulative of 15 bass weighing 51-9.Read More
He made the biggest splash of his professional career today by winning the Bass Pro Shops Central Open on the Sabine River here on the Texas/Louisiana border. Svebek weighed a limit of five bass on Saturday that totaled 12 pounds, 3 ounces. It gave him a three-day total of 36-12, which was just enough to vault over T-Roy Broussard, who led the tournament the first two days.Read More
The home field advantage helped Michael Sentore of Gloucester City, N.J., win the Academy Sports + Outdoors BASS Nation Eastern Regional presented by Magellan on the Upper Chesapeake Bay with a three-day tally of 59 pounds, 7 ouncesRead More
Tournament competitors Ross Wright of McQueeny, Texas, and Matt Garner of Seminole, Oklahoma were the two boaters involved in the incident, along with co-anglers Johnny Babb of Holdenville, Oklahoma, and Jimmy Green of Grove, Oklahoma. Additional details about the accident will be released after an accident report is received by the Grand River Dam AuthorityRead More
Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works (EPW) held a hearing yesterday, on Senator Deb Fischer’s (R-Neb.) Consumer and Fuel Retailer Choice Act (S. 517) to expand the sale of fuel blends with 15 percent ethanol (E15) through the summer months, making it available year-round. During which, testimony was heard from a diverse panel of expertsRead More
Thrift Claims Second FLW Tour Angler of the Year TitleJun 21, 2017 | FLW Tour