Andy Kent of Beach Blvd Motorsports invites you to join him for some of the fastest, funnest fishing around - the 3-to-4-hour Thursday Night Tournament out of Whitey's Fish Camp near Middleburg, Fla. The North Florida Bassmasters host the tourney each Thursday starting at around 4:30 - get there early to launch as the house is always packed at Whitey's - live music, great food, drink specials - it's a regular summer evening party!
Randy Hadden and Erik Frazier tell how they topped 440-plus teams to win the 2015 Wolfson Children's Hospital benefit bass tournament on the St Johns River with a 5-fish limit that weighed 27.09 pounds!
Larry Cahan frequents the St Johns River and knows its fish well. He and his dad, David ran the tidal St Johns and caught over 21.5 pounds of bass - good enough to top a field of 151 boats and win $3,000. In so doing, they participated in an event that generated over $35,000 for Haven Hospice in Palatka, Fla.
As we head into a busy weekend of tournament action, here's a little fun fishing for you. StarBrite Pro Patrick Pierce took young angler, Courtney McCullough, fishing at Bienville Plantation's Thomas Lake. Patrick, Courtney, and her dad, Vance had a blast on a rainy day catching lots of bass up to 7 pounds!
Sportsman's Warehouse fishing Mgr Craig Baird helps us weed thru the HUGE number of Tournaments coming up this weekend-BASS on Gunerterville, ABA on Lewis Smith, and the CBC on Santee to name a few......HOLD ON!!
Courtney McCullough had a career day fishing with StarBrite Pro Patrick Pierce at Bienville Plantation's newest hot spot, Thomas Lake. The 15-year-old tossed pink trick worms on 4-lb fluorocarbon line and hauled-in dozens of bass, including the biggest of the day at 7.1 pounds and another that weighed 5.75. Her biggest 5 would have easily weighed over 20.
Field Promotions Manager Mike Eutsler speaks briefly about how Lew's has become involved with collegiate bass fishing and gives us a short recap of the action from the FLW college event this past weekend on Kentucky Lake, as well as a look-ahead to the National Championship.
JT Kenney dominated the first 3 days of the FLW Tour season-opener on the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes. He limped in with just enough (9 pounds and change) to win on Day 4, but while the size of his fish diminished, Kenney's plan was solid enough to top a field of 154 pros. He explains it in detail in this video clip.