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University of North Alabama crowned Cabela's School of the Year

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The University of North Alabama capitalized on their season by taking home the much sought after Cabela's School of the Year title with a vicious lead over the rest of the field. After winning the title last year, the University of Louisiana-Monroe came in second place this season, followed by the recent B.A.S.S. Wild Card victor, Bethel University.

LAS VEGAS MAN WINS $5,000 PLAYING FANTASY FISHING

Ben Andreas of Las Vegas, Nev., correctly picked five of the top 10 anglers in last week’s Walmart FLW Tour on Kentucky Lake presented by Evinrude. For his picks, Andreas won $5,000 by playing FLW Fantasy Fishing, held in conjunction with the FLW Tour fishing tournament.
 
“I’ve played Fantasy Fishing in the past, but I’ve been much more into it this year,” said Andreas.

DICKSON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL WINS TENNESSEE STATE HIGH SCHOOL FISHING OPEN ON LAKE BARKLEY

Grogan goes shallow, wins BFL slugfest on Eufaula

NASH WINS BFL ON OLD HICKORY LAKE

 

Anthony Nash of Quebeck, Tenn., weighed a five-bass limit totaling 18 pounds, 12 ounces Saturday to win the fourth Walmart Bass Fishing League Music City Division tournament of 2014 on Old Hickory Lake. For his victory, Nash earned $2,838.

More on High Rock BFL with winning pattern notes

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We gave you the top weights last night, but here is a more detailed look at the recent BFL tourney on High Rock Lake. It was a good one for some friends of AnglersChannel.com, including Rob Digh and Andy Greene, owner of Greene Boat and Motor.

Chandler wins; weights are tight at BFL on High Rock

JOHNSON WINS FLW TOUR FINALE ON KENTUCKY LAKE

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photo by Garrick Dixon

SETZER NAMED FLW TOUR CO-ANGLER OF THE YEAR AFTER JOHNSON DISQUALIFIED

Braxton Setzer of Auburn, Ala., was declared FLW Tour Co-angler of the Year early Sunday morning, just one day after the title appeared to have slipped through his grasp on Kentucky Lake.
 
On Saturday Jason Johnson of Gainesville, Ga., was declared the winner over Setzer after finishing 11th in the tournament, matching Setzer’s 1054 points for the season and winning the title by a tiebreaker. To win the tiebreaker Johnson needed to weigh-in at least 11 pounds, 14 ounces.

Redington still leads as FLW Tour on Kentucky Lake heads into final day

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Tom Redington hangs onto the lead with one day left to fish on Kentucky Lake. photo by Garrick Dixon

 

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