Minnesota’s Trevor Lo is Classic bound after defeating Texas A&M’s Josh Bensema in the Final Round of the 2015 Carhartt College Bassmaster Classic Bracket presented by Bass Pro Shops.
More than 500 companies will exhibit their latest products in hopes that media will find their stuff worth covering and that buyers (wholesalers and retailers; ICAST is not open to consumers) will place big orders.
As other pros struggled with tides that didn’t act the way that the tide chart dictated, Waynesboro, Va., pro Chris Dillow “just went fishing” and leapfrogged Day 1 leader Boyd Duckett to take the lead in the Bass Pro Shops Northern Open Presented by Allstate on the James River.
Brian Eaton and Slade Daniel from the University of Louisiana-Monroe did one of the most selfless things tournament anglers can do on Day 2 of the Carhartt Bassmaster College National Championship.
The Aggies of Texas A&M tipped the scales with 8 pounds and 1 ounce to lead after Day 1 of the Carhartt College National Championship presented by Bass Pro Shops.
Alabama pro Boyd Duckett sacked 20 pounds, 4 ounces of James River bass to take an early lead.
When your passion is bass fishing, college may seem like a big speed bump on the way to a pro fishing career. But several Bassmaster Elite Series pros tackled that speed bump before going pro.
TNT most likely did some research on the bass fishing world to come up with its storyline of an angler’s murder, but apparently only a little. Very little.
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.
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.