Latest College Series News

Big rise from Little Moon

Apr 12, 2014

Rare backwater access lifts ULM team to victory at Central Regional.

On the water with top College anglers

Apr 12, 2014

It's Day 2 on the water with the Day 1 leaders La Monroe and Day 1 runner-ups Arkansas Tech.

Who's biting?

Apr 12, 2014

The sacalait (Cajun French for crappie) are biting!  (photo by Zachary Dubois)

Recovery on the Ouachita

Apr 12, 2014

It's almost playing out like a soap opera ...   Moments after ULM's agonizing loss - just like that - Preuette puts a solid fish in the boat. This fish pushes 3 pounds and is just the boost ULM needed. 

Angst on the Ouachita

Apr 12, 2014

Blackett of ULM just lost a 5 to 6 pounder. "One of those you see once a year on the river" according to Preuett.   That's going to be tough to bounce back from.

It's a small river, after all

Apr 12, 2014

 First-place team of ULM and second-place team of Arkansas Tech cross paths ... again.

ULM boats number one

Apr 12, 2014

ULM just boated number one. Word from the camera guys has Arkansas Tech at one small keeper and La Tech with 4 for 3 pounds. A grind for all the leaders this morning but most anglers are saying the afternoon bite is what they've been counting on. That's still to come.  

The beards are back

Apr 12, 2014

Staff visits Duck Commander

Apr 12, 2014

It's a hard job, but someone has to do it!

What and how ULM is fishing

Apr 12, 2014

Preuette and Blackett are targeting fish in junk mats next to the bank. These mats consist of leaves and twigs mostly that floated up from the forest floor due to the flood waters. The key here though is next to the bank. There are very few places on the river right now where you can fish an actual bank. Most places theirs a hard edge of trees with water extending back in to them a couple hundred feet. With a little extra effort, ULM can skip a soft plastic bait back into the trees here and actually target fish sitting under these mats along the bank.

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