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Andrew Helms and Jake Whitaker of UNC Charlotte won the Bassmaster College Series National Championship on Lake Chatuge with a three-day total weight of 38 pounds, 9 ounces. 
UNC Charlotte fishing team wins national college bass-fishing title
1125 Views - Posted: August 04 at 11:17 am

UNC Charlotte’s bass-fishing team defended its “home waters” in a winning way last week, taking home the national championship in the Bassmaster College Series tournament on Lake Chatuge, a 7,500-acre reservoir along the North Carolina-Georgia border.


Todd Harris of Clemmons won the BFL tournament on High Rock this past Sunday by fishing his best docks later in the day. Clemmons angler rings dinner bell for High Rock bass
922 Views - Posted: June 24 at 6:57 am

Todd Harris of Clemmons took advantage of the “dinner bell bite” to win the June 21 Bass Fishing League Piedmont Division tournament at High Rock Lake.


Video caught the moment lightning struck the Magic Moment during the 2014 Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament out of Morehead City this weekend. Vid shows Big Rock marlin boat being struck by lightning  Video Included
8776 Views - Posted: June 13 at 6:34 pm

When the weather turns bad offshore therei's not much anglers can do. So it's not a real surprise the Magic Moment team left their spread out during the second day of the 2014 Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament taking place this weekend.

But things turned tense when lightning struck the boat — and it was all caught on video.


The Ava D's 491.4-pound blue marlin, caught Thursday, has taken over third place in the Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament. Two days of fishing remain. Third place changes hands twice Thursday in Big Rock
879 Views - Posted: June 13 at 10:01 am

Two blue marlin came to the scales on Thursday on the fourth day of the Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament out of Morehead City, and while third place changed hands twice, the $306,000 “Fabulous Fisherman’s” pot is still unclaimed.


A team from Bandys High School in Catawba won this past Saturday's state high-school bass fishing championship on Kerr Lake. Bandys H.S. pair wins state high-school bass-fishing title.
949 Views - Posted: May 19 at 6:00 pm

Kristopher Queen and Tyler Black of Bandys High School in Catawba won the North Carolina State High School Fishing Championship on Kerr Lake this past Saturday. 


Sharon and Rennie Clark won the Lowcountry Redfish Cup championship in 2013. The trail will visit North Carolina in 2014. Tournament aplenty!
536 Views - Posted: April 10 at 9:00 am

North Carolina fishermen yearning for the thrill of competition will have more choices this year. The economy may be picking up, and boat sales have definitely improved from the flat-line crash of a few years ago. 


The Ocean Isle Fishing Center team won three SKA national championships; SKA announced it was ceasing operations last week. Southern Kingfish Association closes up shop
1223 Views - Posted: April 01 at 6:01 am

The Southern Kingfish Association (SKA), sanctioning body of the Mercury Kingfish Trail and promoter of the Yamaha Professional Kingfish Tour, has shut down. SKA members and tournament directors received e-mails on March 26 from managing partner Jack Holmes stating the organization would cease operations immediately. The notice cited dwindling participation, reduced sponsorships and increased operation costs as the reasons for the decision.


Maurce Freeze's decision to fish muddy water turned out to be a rewarding one: more than $6,000 worth of rewards. Concord fisherman strikes it rich at Badin Lake
1430 Views - Posted: March 24 at 7:37 am

Concord’s Maurice Freeze targeted the muddiest water he could find Saturday to win the Walmart Bass Fishing League Piedmont Division tournament at Badin Lake. Freeze weighed in a five-fish limit, one of only 10 limits taken by the 98 boaters in the event, that totaled 19 ˝ pounds, to take the first-place prize of $3,756. He also won manufacturer’s bonuses totaling $2,300.


Jimmy and James Wall spanked Hyco Lake’s lunkers for a 5-fish total of 31.72 pounds. Swimbaits, crankbaits produce huge catch of bass at Hyco Lake
2454 Views - Posted: March 22 at 8:58 am

Jimmy and James Wall of Greensboro found an unusual fishing pattern on March 15 at Hyco Lake, a Duke Energy impoundment in Person County, and they landed one of the most impressive sacks of largemouth bass seen this spring in a Piedmont Bass Classic tournament.


Bassmaster Elite Series pro Randy Howell of Alabama jumped from 11 places today to win the 2014 Bassmaster Classic on Lake Guntersville. Howell changes fishing area, claims 2014 Bassmaster Classic
1107 Views - Posted: February 23 at 8:45 pm

Alabama’s Randy Howell had only two B.A.S.S. wins to his credit when his twelfth Bassmaster Classic competition began on Friday. He went into today’s final round in 11th place, 9 pounds behind the leader.

No one, including Howell really thought he had a shot.

“I didn’t expect to have the chance to win after the first day, and especially after yesterday,” Howell said.

But he whacked the bass today, putting 29 pounds, 2 ounces on the scales to seal the 2014 Bassmaster Classic championship and pocketing the $300,000 first-place prize.


Maiden pro Hank Cherry could only sit and watch as his 2014 Bassmaster Classic run ended. Cherry improves weight, misses Bassmaster Classic cut
799 Views - Posted: February 22 at 8:47 pm

Maiden’s Hank Cherry returned to the waters that gave up his first-day Bassmaster Classic stringer today, but by lunchtime it was apparent it wasn’t going to happen there.

“I went to cranking rocks this afternoon,” Cherry said.

That strategy yielded quick results, and the Bassmaster Elite Series pro built a 17-pound, 7 ounce stringer.

But it wasn’t enough to make the cut: Cherry wrapped up the tournament in 27th place, only two places out of the cut.


Edwin Evers barely moved ahead of Randall Tharp to claim the lead after two days of competition in the 2014 Bassmaster Classic. Evers edges out Tharp for Day 2 lead in Bassmaster Classic
715 Views - Posted: February 22 at 8:12 pm

Oklahoma’s Edwin Evers was the last to weigh in during the second day of the Bassmaster Classic, and when the scales settled he had claimed the lead of the so-called Superbowl of Fishing — but just barely.

Emcee Dave Mercer announced Evers needed 20 pounds, 9 ounces to claim the lead, and that’s exactly what the scales read.

The stringer brought Ever’s two-day weight to 47 pounds, 6 ounces.


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