The New York Salt City Bassmasters club helps scouts earn fishing merit badge.
Conditions on New York’s Cayuga Lake were different today — overcast and cooler than yesterday — but not different enough to shake the first round leader in the Bass Pro Shops Northern Open.
While they lack the star power of the Elite Series and the grass roots flavor of the Federation Nation, the Bassmaster Opens have a lot to offer anglers of all skill levels and interests.
Gluszek leads the Northern Open on Cayuga Lake with an opening limit of five bass weighing 19 pounds, 3 ounces.
I am up here in New York fishing the Bass Pro Shops Northern Open on Cayuga Lake to get my mind right for fishing the final Elite Series event on Oneida.
What happens Aug. 16-18 on New York’s Cayuga Lake could direct the future of several anglers.
Upshaw, 25, has long dreamed of competing against the world’s best bass anglers on the Bassmaster Elite Series tour. His other dream, fishing in the Bassmaster Classic, has already come true.
Don Barone catches up with University at Buffalo starting offensive lineman Andre Davis and Head Football Coach Jeff Quinn, a man who lives by what he calls the five “Fs” — Faith, Family, Football, Fun ... and Fishing.
The final Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Northern Open is right around the corner. On August 16 — the first day of competition — we’ll launch our boats on a new body of water, Cayuga Lake in New York.
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