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2007 Southern Open #3: Ippoliti

Oct 19, 2007

The father of a 7-month-old son and owner of a car dealership — two factors that keep him too busy to compete as much as he'd like to — Ippoliti, 44, posted close to 15 pounds each day, a consistency he credited to a technique which he preferred not to discuss.

2007 College Bass National Championship:Fab Five

Oct 19, 2007

All five of those teams caught limits on Day Two, and all were in the top five after Day One, just in a slightly different arrangement.

2007 College Bass National Championship: Alone

Oct 19, 2007

Working in a hospital over the course of his four years back in his hometown of Spartanburg, the USC Upstate Senior had many life experiences helping the elderly and the infirmed.

2007 College Bass National Championship: Chip off Trip

Oct 19, 2007

"Fortunately, er, unfortunately, I'm an inch taller than him," said the diminuitive Weldon, who helped the Crimson Tide to a 9-pound, 6-ounce first day. "He's my mentor. I just wanted to make him proud."

2007 College Bass National Championship: Still alive

Oct 19, 2007

"It's going to be tougher today," he said. "We need to get on them early. Early and quick and big … We need to try again to see if yesterday was a fluke."

2007 Southern Open #3: Day One

Oct 18, 2007

Bobby Lane of Lakeland, Fla., took the lead Thursday at the season finale of the 2007 Bassmaster Southern Open out of Decatur, Ala.

McKenzie leads - work and play

Oct 18, 2007

In this article, read about Rod McKenzie and his role in supporting Oregon B.A.S.S. Federation Nation.

Giant Salvinia: A Giant Problem

Oct 18, 2007

In this article, you can read about giant salvinia, considered to be one of the worst aquatic weeds in the world and how it has become established in Alabama, Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Texas and Virginia in recent years.

John Powell: 1929-2007

Oct 9, 2007

Read about John Powell, one of BASS' first members and Tournament Trail stars, and his 16 year professional fishing career.

Bassmaster Magazine Honored

Oct 8, 2007

Movies have the Oscars. Musicians have the Grammys. And magazines, in case you were wondering, have the Eddies.

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