Beginning July 25, anglers from 55 colleges and universities will take to the water for the 2012 Carhartt Bassmaster College Series National Championship in Little Rock, Ark.
Virginia Tech has taken the lead in the competition that pits college teams against each other in a friendly game of Fantasy Fishing.
I’ve been fishing my tail off for the past few weeks — four tournaments in four weeks — and traveling nonstop. To my surprise, and delight, the route from Richmond, Va., to La Crosse, Wis., took me right past my home of Grove City, Ohio.
Veteran pro Woo Daves has compared himself to a tortoise, but has no plans to slow down in his race against the clock.
Joshua Wagy couldn’t have asked for a better time to catch his heaviest 5-fish stringer from the James River than during the first 2012 Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Northern Open.
For the second consecutive year, Greg Cooper entered the final day of the Bassmaster Northern Open on Virginia’s James River in second place.
Joshua Wagy ran into a good problem on Day Two -- the spot that was supposed to produce numbers of bass turned up big bass, instead.
Quotes from the Day Two weigh-in on the James River
Day One leader Jim Dillard and second-place Kevin Hawk remained in the top 12, but neither was able to bring a limit to the scales on Day Two.
Tidal waters present unique challenges to anglers on Day Two of the Northern Open