Archive for March, 2015

Record Catch for Record College Field?

March 20, 2015 7:36 am
GILBERTSVILLE, Ky. - Panama City, beach parties, Florida sunshine, bikini weather - big deal. Who needs Spring Break when you've got Kentucky Lake in March? OK, maybe that's a stretch, but how else to explain why a record-setting number of teams showed up for the FLW College Fishing Open tournament here? The official tally of bass fishing teams is 201, according to College Fishing Tournament Director Kevin Hunt, making this the largest collegiate fishing event ever. Teams from every corner of the country are represented here, with squads from as far away as Eastern Washington University competing the next two days. A flotilla left Moor's Resort & Marina this morning, with individual boats scattering in all directions.

Top 5 Patterns from Guntersville Day 1

March 19, 2015 5:00 pm
The first day of the Rayovac FLW Series event on Lake Guntersville was a welcome departure from the grumblings of practice. Though fans weren't treated to multiple 30-pound limits on the pro side, like at the Walmart Bass Fishing League event at Guntersville a couple of weekends ago, it still took more than 25 pounds to get into the top five on day one of this Mercury-presented tournament.

Gautney Cranks Up The Lead

4:39 pm
Gautney says he keyed on staging fish in several very specific locations and one specific depth. He and co-angler Antoni Bicy caught 59 pounds, 8 ounces off of his spots, and he seems confident about his ability to keep catching them the rest of the event.

Day One Midday Update From Guntersville

1:06 pm
With cooler weather blowing in, patches of mist and rain whisking over the lake, and whitecaps in the main channel, day one of the Rayovac FLW Series presented by Mercury on Lake Guntersville is proving to be a challenge for the field.

Guntersville Grab Bag

7:52 am
Lake Guntersville will always have a place in bass-fishing history - most recently because of Paul Elias and the umbrella rig ­- but it represents so much more. With boat ramps seemingly on every street corner, and a town and community that caters to anglers like no other, the legendary lake is always a popular stop.

Murray State High School Fishing Open

March 18, 2015 11:33 am
posted by FLWOutdoors.com
The Bass Federation (TBF) and FLW, the world's largest tournament-fishing organization, will host a Student Angler Federation Murray State High School Fishing Open on Kentucky Lake in Gilbertsville, Kentucky, March 28 with the winning team receiving $4,000 in scholarships to Murray State from Independence Bank and FLW.

College Open will be a Record-Setter

11:20 am
When the first FLW College Fishing Open tournament gets underway out of Moor's Resort on Kentucky Lake Friday morning, it will make history as the largest college event ever staged. Typically, college tournaments are staged as divisional events where only teams from a particular geographical region can participate, but the Open marks the first time any eligible college team can compete. The response to the new format has been overwhelming. According to FLW College Fishing Tournament Director Kevin Hunt, 184 teams representing colleges and universities from coast to coast are entered (as of this morning), and more might be en route. Teams have until Thursday evening at 6 to register at the rules meeting.

Garrick Dixon Gallery: The Best of JT at Toho

11:05 am
Photographer Garrick Dixon followed Walmart FLW Tour pro JT Kenney for four days as Kenney pieced together his wire-to-wire win at the season opener on Lake Toho. In this gallery, Dixon shares with FLW fans his favorite shots of Kenney on the water, at weigh-in and behind the scenes.

Garrick Dixon Gallery: The Best of JT at Toho

11:05 am
Photographer Garrick Dixon followed Walmart FLW Tour pro JT Kenney for four days as Kenney pieced together his wire-to-wire win at the season opener on Lake Toho. In this gallery, Dixon shares with FLW fans his favorite shots of Kenney on the water, at weigh-in and behind the scenes.

Expect Change and Adapt to It

6:10 am
Ish Monroe explains how to adapt to changing conditions and recommends to always fish your strengths in this weeks blog.

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