Topics: Natural Disaster

Tournament for tornado victims

Jun 11, 2013

University of West Georgia organizes a tournament to help victims of the massive tornadoes in Oklaho

Collins bolts into lead at Sam Rayburn

Jun 6, 2013

ZAVALLA, Texas—While dodging lightning bolts and getting pounded by torrential downpours, Albert Collins amassed a heavier sack than yesterday’s limit to take over the lead in the B.A.S.S. Nation Central Divisional at Sam Rayburn Lake.

Mississippi flooding forces move

May 28, 2013

This week's Carhartt College Midwest Regional has a new location thanks to the surging Mississippi R

Bass vs. salmon: Can they not coexist?

May 24, 2013

This speech, which Noreen Clough presented at an American Fisheries Society meeting in Boise, Idaho,

A heavy, hopeful heart

May 23, 2013

I hope everyone reading this will find a way to reach out to those who have suffered so much recentl

Yard work is a good thing

May 21, 2013

Before I say anything about fishing, Becky and I want to extend our prayers and condolences to the p

Kilgore opens a can

May 20, 2013

Alabama pro soundly defeats field of 157 for a berth in the 2014 Bassmaster Classic to be held in Gu

High waters work well

May 9, 2013

Normally, when you have an extra 10 feet of water in your backyard, you aren’t too happy.

An Open mind

Apr 25, 2013

Chad Morganthaler of Illinois is all in. He's fishing each of the three Opens divisions as he looks

Practice means nothing now

Apr 19, 2013

BULL SHOALS, Ark. — Jeff Kriet was trying to get a picture of Bull Shoals Lake out of his mind Friday, on the first day of the Bassmaster Elite Series Ramada Quest. That picture was formed during practice earlier this week, before heavy rains, a cold front and a postponement day completely changed reality Friday. "They really moved up Tuesday afternoon, by the thousands," Kriet said. "There were fish everywhere. The weather backed out so many of those fish.

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