|Shelby bass pro strikes it rich on Alabama's Lake Eufala
356 Views - Posted: May 18 at 10:57 pm
Bass pro Bryan Thrift of Shelby scored his fourth major national tournament win on Sunday, taking the FLW Tour event on Alabama’s Lake Eufala by more than three pounds.
|Team from Bandys H.S. wins high school national bass-fishing championship
568 Views - Posted: April 27 at 6:27 am
Kristopher Queen and Tyler Black of Bandys High School in Catawba brought their second great catch in a row to the scales on Sunday to win the FLW/TBF High School Fishing National Championship on Grand Lake near Rogers, Ark.
|UNC-Charlotte pair wins Bassmaster College Classic
1195 Views - Posted: February 24 at 7:09 am
Andrew Helms and Jake Whitaker, students at the UNC-Charlotte, made college bass-fishing history Sunday by adding the 2015 Bassmaster College Classic title to add to their National Championship title.
|SC pro Casey Ashley wins Bassmaster Classic on Lake Hartwell, his home lake
1384 Views - Posted: February 22 at 6:16 pm
This time, Mighty Casey didn’t strike out. Casey Ashley, a 31-year-old bass pro from Donalds, S.C., hit a homerun on Sunday, fishing on his home water, to the cheers of an adoring, hometown crowd, winning the Bassmaster Classic with a great final-day catch of better than 20 pounds.
|2004 champ Omori leads Bassmaster Classic entering final day
686 Views - Posted: February 21 at 7:41 pm
The final day of the Bassmaster Classic on Lake Hartwell is shaping up to be a free-for-all, with a handful of former champions sitting atop the standings with the coveted trophy and $300,000 first-place prize well within their grasp. Takahiro Omori, a Japanese angler who now makes his home in Emory, Texas, caught five fish that weighed 16 pounds, 11 ounces Saturday and claimed the lead going into Sunday’s final round with a two-day total of 31-11.
|Gray misses Bassmaster Classic cut, even with six fish on six casts
1085 Views - Posted: February 21 at 7:04 pm
How crazy can bass fishing be? Brandon Gray of Bulloch found out on Saturday afternoon in the second round of the Bassmaster Classic on South Carolina’s Lake Hartwell.
|Rojas burns up field in frigid Bassmaster Classic
814 Views - Posted: February 20 at 8:04 pm
Doesn’t it just figure that after the coldest day in the history of the Bassmaster Classic, four anglers from warm, sunny climates are sitting atop the standings?
|North Carolina pro is well back after opening round of Bassmaster Classic
983 Views - Posted: February 20 at 7:46 pm
There’s deep, and there’s DEEP. That’s how pro bass fisherman Brandon Gray felt after Friday’s first day of the Bassmasters Classic on South Carolina’s Lake Hartwell. How deep should he have fished?
|Gray hopes Buggs Island background helps out in Hartwell Bassmaster Classic
1178 Views - Posted: February 19 at 5:22 pm
At 56,000 acres, Lake Hartwell is a little bigger than Brandon Gray’s home lake, Buggs Island, aka Kerr Reservoir. And it’s a little bit clearer, and it’s got spotted bass. But there are enough similarities that Gray believes he can feel confident in what he’s doing when he blasts off on Friday morning in the Bassmaster Classic.
|Newport angler's huge Florida king mackerel is pending line-class record
2034 Views - Posted: February 18 at 5:03 pm
Charlie Cone of Newport was looking for a little downtime three weeks ago when he headed to Key West, Fla., to fish the Stock Island Marina Village King Mackerel Tournament with his son, Chris, who is station at Key West in the U.S. Coast Guard. It turned out to be a great trip all the way around, as the Cones won the tournament with a 78.66-pound fish that is set a tournament record, is the biggest fish ever caught in a Southern Kingfish Association-sanctioned tournament, and is a pending IGFA line-class world record.
|Bullock, N.C., angler wins final berth in Bassmaster Classic
1316 Views - Posted: December 14, 2014 at 9:52 am
North Carolina finally broke through and got a fisherman in the 2015 Bassmaster Classic when Brandon Gray of Bullock won the bracket round of the Bassmaster Team Championship on Arkansas’ DeGray Lake on Saturday.
|South Carolina pro wins BASS Southern Open on Lake Norman
1186 Views - Posted: October 04, 2014 at 7:38 pm
South Carolina bass pro Andy Montgomery sacked his third solid limit of bass on Saturday and won the BASS Southern Open on Lake Norman with a three-day total of 37 pounds, 10 ounces.