Archive for January, 2014

FLW Fantasy Fishing revamped for 2014

January 17, 2014 10:26 am
posted by FLWOutdoors.com
FLW Fantasy Fishing is back in 2014 with the largest prizes in bass fishing, improved game play and updated rules. FLW Fantasy Fishing is free to play and FLW members receive access to fantasy tools that greatly aid in angler selection.

Today’s electronics: A fishing paradox

7:10 am
The fact that the new sonar units are so powerful has created a fishing paradox. The maps are so good and the displays are so easy to read that it seems like every angler on the lake can find the spots that were, until recently, the secrets of a few locals.

Today’s electronics: A fishing paradox

7:10 am
The fact that the new sonar units are so powerful has created a fishing paradox. The maps are so good and the displays are so easy to read that it seems like every angler on the lake can find the spots that were, until recently, the secrets of a few locals.

Florida High School Fishing Open set for Caloosahatchee River

January 16, 2014 1:06 pm
posted by FLWOutdoors.com
MOORE HAVEN, Fla. - The Bass Federation (TBF) and FLW will host a Student Angler Federation High School Fishing Open on the Caloosahatchee River in Moore Haven, Fla., February 9. The tournament held in conjunction with the Walmart FLW Tour stop in Clewiston, Fla., offers high school anglers the chance to meet the world's top professional anglers and experience the thrill of FLW Tour competition while testing their own bass-fishing skills against their peers.

Florida High School Fishing Open set for Caloosahatchee River

1:06 pm
posted by FLWOutdoors.com
MOORE HAVEN, Fla. - The Bass Federation (TBF) and FLW will host a Student Angler Federation High School Fishing Open on the Caloosahatchee River in Moore Haven, Fla., February 9. The tournament held in conjunction with the Walmart FLW Tour stop in Clewiston, Fla., offers high school anglers the chance to meet the world's top professional anglers and experience the thrill of FLW Tour competition while testing their own bass-fishing skills against their peers.

TBF, FLW expand High School Fishing in 2014

10:04 am
posted by FLWOutdoors.com
PONCA CITY, Okla. - Since the national introduction of High School Fishing by The Bass Federation (TBF) and FLW under the Student Angler Federation (SAF) umbrella in 2011, participation has more than doubled each year and three states (Kentucky, New Hampshire and Missouri) have joined Illinois in sanctioning bass fishing as an official high school sport. To accommodate rapidly growing demand, SAF will expand its slate of national High School Fishing events and enhance its existing lineup of state and conference championships in 2014.

TBF, FLW expand High School Fishing in 2014

10:04 am
posted by FLWOutdoors.com
PONCA CITY, Okla. - Since the national introduction of High School Fishing by The Bass Federation (TBF) and FLW under the Student Angler Federation (SAF) umbrella in 2011, participation has more than doubled each year and three states (Kentucky, New Hampshire and Missouri) have joined Illinois in sanctioning bass fishing as an official high school sport. To accommodate rapidly growing demand, SAF will expand its slate of national High School Fishing events and enhance its existing lineup of state and conference championships in 2014.

A view from above: The upcoming 2014 FLW season

8:58 am
In a couple of weeks 180 of the best pros in the United States will kick off the season at Lake Okeechobee. The winner will receive up to $125,000. The payout will extend deep into the field, with the 90th-place finisher taking home $4,000. That is 50-percent of the field!

A view from above: The upcoming 2014 FLW season

8:58 am
In a couple of weeks 180 of the best pros in the United States will kick off the season at Lake Okeechobee. The winner will receive up to $125,000. The payout will extend deep into the field, with the 90th-place finisher taking home $4,000. That is 50-percent of the field!

Smoke on the water

5:55 am
I just got back from the Rayovac FLW Series event on Lake Okeechobee. I'm still a little bitter about how I finished, but I guess I have to discuss both the good and the bad with my blog. I got there Sunday before the tournament and immediately thought the lake looked really good - the water level is up and everything looks healthy. Certain parts of the lake were crowded, but that's just the way the lake is - typical Okeechobee to me.

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