Photos: Behind the Curtain at Carson-Newman

Go Behind the Curtain at Carson-Newman University, home to one of the biggest programs in college fishing.

Welcome to the Carson-Newman University, home of one of the brightest bass fishing teams in the country.
Carson-Newman University is located in Jefferson City, Tenn.
Home of the Eagles!
Lee Rose Koza was our tour guide as we walked around the beautiful campus.
The Carson-Newman Campus is just a few miles away from the Dandridge Dock of Douglas Lake. Home to a number of B.A.S.S. events over the years.
College Series veterans Ben Cully and Hayden Gaddis showed us around the lake.
The impressive duo of course caught a few bass while we were out.
Next, we were shown the boat storage facilities that are provided on campus. This is a convenient place for the CNU Anglers to store their boat and rig tackle.
A sperate storage unit is used to house kayaks for the Kayak anglers.
Of course we had to check out the crib of Caz Anderson, Stevie Mills and Will Harris.
Decorations are plentiful, yet very unique at the housing complex that the anglers call “Maine”.
Nobody is quite sure how these college anglers acquired the official tournament banners, but we will just assume they were given to them…
Caz Anderson poses with one of the prized possessions of the house, a Dale Earnhardt cut-out of an old Coke machine.
They even have a “Maine” sign in the living room of the house.
Stevie Mills has a replica mount of his biggest bass to date. The bass was caught in Florida with all of his buddies on the team.