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Lake Havasu wins first high school challenge

Oct 18, 2014

The Lake Havasu Anglers High School Fishing Team is the winner of the inaugural Berkley High School Challenge.

Rules of B.A.S.S. Brawl: David Walker vs. Randy Howell

Oct 18, 2014

Read the rules to this special B.A.S.S. event.

Missile Baits looking for pro staff

Oct 16, 2014

Missile Baits, owned by Bassmaster Elite Series pro John Crews, is looking for anglers to become members of the company’s Bomb Squad.

Four grant opportunities, one deadline

Oct 16, 2014

Four different grant opportunities are available right now with an application deadline of Nov. 30.

Minnesota ramps up ReBaits efforts

Oct 16, 2014

The Minnesota B.A.S.S. Nation kept more than 4,300 lures from littering Minnesota waters and landfills last year.

Livewell talks to Mark Davis

Oct 16, 2014

Elite pro Mark Davis talks about his year with Tommy Sanders

Alabama Bass Trail adds lakes to its schedule

Oct 16, 2014

The Alabama Bass Trail is proud to announce two lakes have been added to the state’s popular fishing trail for 2015.

No "win and you're in"

Oct 16, 2014

Elite Series Classic berths will now be determined only by AOY points.

How smallmouth spawn

Oct 16, 2014

See the smallmouth spawn as you've never seen it before. Despite the efforts of the male and female bronzeback, only 1 in 1,000 of their fry will live to be 1 year old.

Armstrong remembered

Oct 16, 2014

There was nothing official about the funeral procession of boats rolling down the Mississippi River. You would be hard-pressed to even call this a funeral, at least in a traditional sense. It would best be described as boats getting ready for a day of redfishing, all gathering at the mouth of Southwest Pass, where the Louisiana Marsh meets the lower Mississippi River. A loose armada of boats, each with two to four anglers, coming together, to remember a friend. No pomp, no circumstance, certainly nothing official. Chris Armstrong would have liked it that way.

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