January 17, 2001 was a day for the record books. It was the first day of the Florida Bassmaster Top 150 tournament on the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes, and conditions were right.
Although this Carhartt Bassmaster College Series tournament has advanced to individual competition, the four semifinalists decided Saturday morning at Beaverfork Lake will represent only two teams — Auburn and Alabama.
As Omaha, Neb., is the epicenter for college baseball, Conway, Ark., will get the distinction of being the epicenter for collegiate angling July 28-29.
News and notes from Toledo Bend, and what to expect from La Crosse.
Among Bassmaster Elite Series anglers, no one has as many tournament lunkers as Kelly Jordon. This is his favorite way to target big bass right now.
When the water gets hot and bass start relating to deep structure, David Walker says it's time to break out the silverware.
Bittersweet defined how Andrew Upshaw felt Sunday after edging teammate and best friend Ryan Watkins. Monday he was feeling more sweet than bitter as what he’d done started to sink in.
SFA anglers passed the the first three days of a grueling test together, then had to fish against one another. In the toughest day, Andrew Upshaw bested best friend Ryan Watkins.
On-the-water decisions make the difference for Stephen F. Austin anglers Andrew Upshaw and Ryan Watkins, the Mercury College B.A.S.S. National Champions.
The “Final Five” teams are now one day away from determining the new Mercury College B.A.S.S. National Champion after a hot Day Two, and Auburn's Jordan Lee and Shane Powell may have done the most sweating.