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Cabela's Collegiate Big Bass Bash Presented by Berkley Announces 2016 Date

Avena leads FLW Tour tourney on Potomac

M-Pow-R Reel offers great benefits to physically-challenged anglers

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The M-Pow-R Reel offers a great benefit to anglers who are missing an arm or hand, including some of our returning servicemen.


The M-POW-R REEL®, now paired with the innovative and versatile M-POW-R Harness, gives anglers with physical limitations even more angling options



Brad Weese Wins Divisional On Monongahela

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Here are the details from B.A.S.S.:

Brad Weese of Petersburg, W. Va., caught 19 pounds, 1 ounce to take the title at the Monongahela River during the Old Milwaukee B.A.S.S. Nation Mid-Atlantic Divisional held out of Fairont, W.Va., Friday. 

Photo Craig Lamb/B.A.S.S.

FAIRMONT, W.Va. — Brad Weese used a rarely exploited river fishing tactic to win the Old Milwaukee B.A.S.S. Nation Mid-Atlantic Divisional on the Monongahela River Friday. 

In three days of undeniably some of the toughest fishing in divisional history, the West Virginian caught 19 pounds, 1 ounce to win the three-day event with 10 bass total.

T-Bend Tops Bassmaster list of lakes

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Bassmaster Magazine has released the 2015 rankings for the 100 Best Bass Lakes in America, and Toldeo Bend Reservoir has been named the No. 1 fishery in the country.
Photo by Seigo Saito/B.A.S.S.

The results have been tabulated after several months of research and the 2015 rankings for the 100 Best Bass Lakes in America have been revealed. For the first time since the inaugural rankings in 2012 when Falcon Lake in Texas was No. 1, a southern fishery has claimed the title of best lake in the country. Texas again gets the claim to fame, but has to share the national spotlight with Louisiana, as Toledo Bend Reservoir, named king of all bass fisheries for 2015, straddles the border of the two states.

Wooley wins Tour title at FLW tourney on Chickamauga

Michael Wooley weighed-in 92 pounds, 4 ounces of Lake Chickamauga bass over 4 day fo FLW Tour competition - it was enough to hold off a hard charging Stetson Blaylock

Wooley leads as FLW Tour heads to Day 3 on Chickamauga

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Michael Wooley climbed a notch to take the lead on Day 2 at the FLW Tour on Lake ChickamaugaMichael Wooley defends his lead on Day 3 at the FLW Tour on Lake Chickamauga.



Jamie Laiche leads Louisiana to B.A.S.S. Nation Central Division title, wins individual title along the way

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Jamie Laiche of Gonzales, La., caught 38 pounds, 1 ounce to take the title at Ross Barnett Reservoir during the Old Milwaukee B.A.S.S. Nation Central Divisional held out of Ridgeland, Miss., Friday. 

Photo Craig Lamb/B.A.S.S.

RIDGELAND, Miss. — Overcoming a tournament handicap and applying angling ingenuity ranked ahead of a secret lure and technique for Jamie Laiche, overall winner of the Old Milwaukee B.A.S.S. Nation Central Divisional.
Laiche, of Gonzales, La., won the overall title on Ross Barnett Reservoir with a three-day weight of 38 pounds, 1 ounce. Billy Lemon, who led on Wednesday, finished second with 36-14.

Bill McDonald weighs-in 29-12 to set the pace in FLW Tour event on Chickamauga

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Thanks! to Rob Newell and FLW Outdoors for the following report from today's first round action on Lake Chickamauga:


Prior to the start of Walmart FLW Tour event presented by Igloo Coolers on Lake Chickamauga this morning, the biggest limit of bass Billy McDonald had ever weighed in at a tournament was 25 pounds, 2 ounces of smallmouths on Lake St. Clair.

Today, he crushed that personal best mark by more than 4 pounds with a five-bass limit that weighed 29 pounds, 12 ounces. His two best bass weighed 8 pounds and 7 pounds, 9 ounces.

Evers wins BASSfest with 97-4

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Edwin Evers of Talala, Okla., takes first place at the Zippo Bassmaster BASSfest presented by A.R.E. Truck Caps om Kentucky Lake. He brought a four-day total of 97 pounds, 4 ounces to the scales.

Photo by Gary TramontinaBassmaster

PARIS, Tenn. — After a tough start to the Bassmaster Elite Series season, Edwin Evers said he hasn’t been that much fun for his wife, Tuesday, to live with back home in Talala, Okla.

But things should be more pleasant for both of them now.

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