Topics: Nation

Photos: Mid-Atlantic Divisional teams

Jun 25, 2014

Meet the teams competing in the B.A.S.S. Nation Mid Atlantic Divisional.

Virginia team president Mike Bryant previews Mid Atlantic

Jun 24, 2014

 

Nice practice bass

Jun 24, 2014

Ryan Buttermore from Pennsylvania catches a nice practice bass preparing for the Mid Atlantic Divisional. 

Mid-Atlantic anglers take on Buggs Island

Jun 23, 2014

Crankbaits and plastics will likely catch up to 15 pounds a day on the Virginia lake.

Obit for Joe Croteau

Jun 19, 2014

I got sad news the other day. Joe Croteau, 70, passed away.

Nation: Day 3 weigh-in

Jun 8, 2014

Check out images from the final B.A.S.S. Nation Central Divisonal weigh-in!

Wray seeks shelter, finds fish to win Central Divisional

Jun 6, 2014

Seeking shelter from the storm proved key to Josh Wray’s B.A.S.S. Nation Central Divisional win Friday on Oklahoma’s Lake Eufaula.

Ready to weigh in

Jun 6, 2014

2nd-place angler Josh Wray was the first competitor to check in today. Is that significant? Apparently, he didn't need any last-minute heroics ...

Skipping stones

Jun 6, 2014

Speaking of “Chamber of Commerce weather” … Besides fishing, is there anything better in the world than being a kid and skipping stones on a sunny summer day? God bless America.    That’s Kadin Gaubert (left), son of Louisiana B.A.S.S. Nation President Ken Gaubert, and Logan Fall, son of Louisiana competitor Heath Fall. They both claimed to have the record for most skips. Someone should organize a tournament … This moment occurred shortly before the Day 2 weigh-ins.

The "Chamber of Commerce" weather was yesterday

Jun 6, 2014

The weather was much nicer yesterday when Connie Morris, Lake Eufaula Assocation Executive Director, briefed a reporter on the history of Lake Eufaula, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. President Lyndon Johnson was on hand to dedicate the new reservoir when it opened in September of 1964.    “It’s had a huge economic impact,” Morris said. "It’s also saved lives, with flood control.”  

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