Latest College Series News

2 for Moore

Jun 3, 2015

  Number 2 for Ronnie Moore of East Carolina. Slow and steady. Very happy to have 2 by 7:40. 

Number 1 is in the boat

Jun 3, 2015

Ronnie Moore of East Carolina with his first keeper of the day

College: Wild Card registration

Jun 2, 2015

The collegiate anglers resister and prepare for the 2015 Carhartt College Wild Card presented by Bass Pro Shops.

Lake Barkley slugfest

Jun 2, 2015

Lake Barkley is lining up to host a slugfest. Lance Freeman with Murray State Unversity said it took 20 pounds and change to win on the lake Saturday.

ECU's final day of practice

Jun 2, 2015

Ronnie Moore with East Carolina University said they will certainly need more size to have a chance this week on Lake Barkley. "At least the final day of practice has started better than the previous days."

College: Day 3 weigh-in from the Mississippi River

May 30, 2015

The final day weigh-in gets underway for the 2015 Carhartt College Midwestern Regional presented by Bass Pro Shops.

Wildcats conquer the Mississippi

May 30, 2015

The Bass Pro Nitro Big Bag for the tournament sealed the deal for the NMU Wildcats in their bid for the Midwestern title.

College: Top 3, Day 3

May 30, 2015

Follow along with the Top 3 teams as the Top 20 head out on the Mississippi River for the final day of the 2015 Carhartt College Midwestern Regional presented by Bass Pro Shops.

Northern Michigan finally fills limit

May 30, 2015

Justin Brown and Brandon Bissell caught another keeper just over the 14-inch mark, took a long look at it, then tossed it back. That's keeper number three now that they've thrown back without filling their limit. Since Minnesota doesn't allow culling, they've been saving that 5th keeper slot for something a little bigger. Just a few minutes later, a 2-1/4-pounder chokes their frog and goes in the box.   "Well, time to head to Wisconsin and see if we can get rid of them."  

Keeper # 5, but not really

May 30, 2015

Northern Michigan just caught their fifth keeper of the morning, a 14-inch squeaker. After a short debate, they tossed it back in the water. Odd? Well, they're fishing in Minnesota where culling is not allowed. So if they put that fish in the box, they can go ahead and pick up the trolling motor and head out. Makes for an interesting day of fishing and complicates every decision. With four in the box of about 8-pounds, it's highly unlikely that the fish they released will cost them one of the top 13 qualifying spots.  

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