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2008 Federation Nation Championship Day three On The Water

Nov 8, 2008

In this photo gallery you will see the 2008 federation nation championship in Kansas. It is the third day on the water and it shows the winner Bryan Schmidt.

2008 Federation Championship - Final Results

Nov 8, 2008

2008 Federation Nation Championship - Final Results

2008 Federation Nation Championship Day Three Postponed

Nov 7, 2008

In this photo gallery you will see the 2008 federation nation championship in Kansas.

2008 Federation Championship - Day One Results

Nov 7, 2008

2008 Federation Nation Championship - Junction City, KS 11/06-11/08 (BOATER) Standings Day 1

King leads after blustery Day One

Nov 6, 2008

Six berths in the 2009 Bassmaster Classic will be up for grabs when 55 of the world's best amateur anglers compete Nov. 5-7 on Milford Lake out of Junction City, Kan., in the 2008 BASS Federation Nation Championship.

2008 Federation Nation Championship Day Two Weigh-In

Nov 6, 2008

In this photo gallery you will see images of the 2008 federation nation championship on Lake Milford in Kansas. It is the second day weigh in.

Advance your learning curve

Nov 6, 2008

Qualify for the Bassmaster Elite Series and compete against the world's best sticks. That goal involves spending time on the Bassmaster Open circuit, which many now view as the perfect training ground

Lunker Lessons from Lake Texoma

Nov 6, 2008

Whitehouse, Texas, professional angler Paul Ferguson started his Lake Texoma Central Open off on the right foot. He caught his big bass on the first day, at his first stop after only a couple of casts.

Lake Texoma: How They Did It

Nov 6, 2008

The last Central Open of the season on Lake Texoma was a study in shallow water bassing. Some targeted rock, some wood, and at least one threw at anything he could find so long as his water was less than five feet deep. No matter their target, however, each of the four top finishers caught 15 bass over three days to earn their checks.

Oneida Lake Picks

Nov 6, 2008

This past March, when the 2008 Elite season opened, all anyone hoped for was a season that mirrored the excitement, drama and fish-catching success of 2007. Now, as the pros enter this final event at Lake Oneida, most sport-watchers would say it's been every bit as good, if not better, than last year.

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