Nick Fulks paints lures and makes jigs to raise money to pay his tournament entry fees.
The West Virginia B.A.S.S. Nation helped improve spawning and nursery habitat on a popular tournament lake.
PALATINE, W.Va. — A new dock was ready for the West Virginia B.A.S.S. Nation (WVBN) State Championship at Prickett’s Fort State Park late last summer, thanks to a team effort by chapter volunteers, the West Virginia Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and several local businesses.
Members of the West Virginia B.A.S.S. Nation added vegetation to Sutton Lake to improve the habitat for baitfish and bass.
This week, the Elite Series pros will be visiting renowned Falcon Lake. And thankfully, the shores will not be littered with the carcasses of starved horses like it was three months ago.