Topics: New York

Invasive management and boater access at odds in New York

Aug 10, 2015

Legislation designed to prevent the spread of invasive species could make boating on New York lakes extremely expensive for bass anglers.

Notes from Oneida, Day 2

Aug 7, 2015

Ramp monkeys, local pressure, lamenting the bite are just some of the stories coming out of the Northern Open #2.

Bowes back to Syracuse roots

Aug 6, 2015

Now in his 12th season on the job, Senior Tournament Manager Chris Bowes relishes every trip back to Syracuse.

A limelight for St. Lawrence largemouth

Aug 5, 2015

After the scales closed last Sunday, there wasn’t much pity for pros Greg Hackney and Brandon Card who rode the less-heralded largemouth to Top 5 finishes.

Oneida presents multiple choice test For Northern Open contenders

Aug 4, 2015

Whether to go green or brown will be the key question contenders in the Bass Pro Shops Northern Open presented by Allstate will have to answer when they compete Aug. 6-8 on Oneida Lake.

Evers doubles down

Aug 2, 2015

Edwin Evers finished strong to win on the St. Lawrence River, making him the first to win back-to-back Elite Series events.

Smart smallies, harassment, treble troubles

Aug 1, 2015

The top five things from Day 3 of the Evan Williams Bourbon Bassmaster Elite at St. Lawrence River.

Hank Jr. should have come to Waddington

Jul 31, 2015

All I’ve seen is a place that’s good for the Bassmaster Elite Series, good for the sport of bass fishing and good to the people involved with both.

Concerts set for St. Lawrence Elite event

Jul 27, 2015

Daily festivities for the Evan Williams Bourbon Bassmaster Elite at St. Lawrence River will include live local bands, kids’ rides, food and plenty of cold drinks to enjoy.

New York junior angler dies

Jul 27, 2015

This is not the story you want to read today. Not ever. A promising young man in the B.A.S.S. family died Friday, July 24. He was only 12.

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