Carson Orellana from Strayer University planned on a 16 to 17 hour solo drive starting on July 3.
JP Kimbrough and Jared Rascoe from LSU started their 15-hour road trip on July 2. The team checked in at dawn in Des Moines, Iowa, after a full night of non-stop driving.
Josh Bensema and Matthew McArdle from Texas A&M made a bass fishing pit stop at the halfway point of their trip to Wisconsin.
Michael Harbach and Taylor Minick from Valdosta State University head to Wisconsin on July 2.
Shannon Jones is leaves the hills of Kentucky behind on July 2.
Thanks largely to his leadership positions in college bass fishing, Luke Stoner was recently hired as digital content manager at Dynamic Sponsorships.
Zeke Gossett and Hayden Bartee signed letters of intent for the bass fishing team at Faulkner University, according to the St. Clair Times.
Eighty-five collegiate bass fishing teams will converge on Lake DuBay July 9-11 for the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series National Championship presented by Bass Pro Shops, marking the first time for Wisconsin to host the finals.
Going to a college with an excellent academic reputation is great. But going to one that also has a bass fishing team? That’s just icing on the cake.
To help the competitors catch more and bigger fish, the Wisconsin Lowrance community created the most detailed map ever seen of the 4,649-acre Lake DuBay.