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Beatty Cracks 27-10 on Big O

January 16, 2017 3:32 pm
posted by FLWOutdoors.com
Robert Beatty of Clermont, Florida, weighed a five-bass limit totaling 27 pounds, 10 ounces, Saturday to win the first T-H Marine Bass Fishing League Gator Division tournament of 2017 on Lake Okeechobee presented by Navionics. For his victory, Beatty took home $8,200.

Beatty Cracks 27-10 on Big O

3:32 pm
posted by FLWOutdoors.com
Robert Beatty of Clermont, Florida, weighed a five-bass limit totaling 27 pounds, 10 ounces, Saturday to win the first T-H Marine Bass Fishing League Gator Division tournament of 2017 on Lake Okeechobee presented by Navionics. For his victory, Beatty took home $8,200.

Alabama Wins CF Opener on Seminole

12:40 pm
posted by FLWOutdoors.com
The University of Alabama team of Anderson Aldag of Birmingham, Alabama, and Lee Mattox of Bremen, Alabama, won the YETI College Fishing Southeastern Conference opener on Lake Seminole Saturday with five bass weighing 21 pounds, 15 ounces. The victory earned the club a $2,000 club scholarship and advanced the team to the 2018 FLW College Fishing National Championship.

Alabama Wins CF Opener on Seminole

12:40 pm
posted by FLWOutdoors.com
The University of Alabama team of Anderson Aldag of Birmingham, Alabama, and Lee Mattox of Bremen, Alabama, won the YETI College Fishing Southeastern Conference opener on Lake Seminole Saturday with five bass weighing 21 pounds, 15 ounces. The victory earned the club a $2,000 club scholarship and advanced the team to the 2018 FLW College Fishing National Championship.

2017 FLW Tour Preview

10:13 am
posted by FLWOutdoors.com
The 2017 FLW Tour season is set to be a great one. With seven regular-season events on the schedule and 30 rookies in the field of 165, there's plenty to be interested in. Kicking off at famed Lake Guntersville and then spreading out from Florida to Texas to Wisconsin to the Forrest Wood Cup at Lake Murray, this Tour season should be more diverse than ever.

2017 FLW Tour Preview

10:13 am
posted by FLWOutdoors.com
The 2017 FLW Tour season is set to be a great one. With seven regular-season events on the schedule and 30 rookies in the field of 165, there's plenty to be interested in. Kicking off at famed Lake Guntersville and then spreading out from Florida to Texas to Wisconsin to the Forrest Wood Cup at Lake Murray, this Tour season should be more diverse than ever.

Opportunity Knocks for Wesley Strader

7:17 am
Strader could break Meyer's record as early as the second tournament at Lake Travis, but he isn't the only angler with a chance to establish a new benchmark this season. Five other anglers have active streaks that give them a mathematical shot at passing 50, including David Dudley with 38, Michael Neal and Jeff Sprague with 28, Jimmy Reese with 27, and Andy Morgan with 20.

Opportunity Knocks for Wesley Strader

7:17 am
Strader could break Meyer's record as early as the second tournament at Lake Travis, but he isn't the only angler with a chance to establish a new benchmark this season. Five other anglers have active streaks that give them a mathematical shot at passing 50, including David Dudley with 38, Michael Neal and Jeff Sprague with 28, Jimmy Reese with 27, and Andy Morgan with 20.

A Day Chasing the Spotted Bass Record

January 13, 2017 7:25 am
Originally, the plan was simple. I'd board a plane in Nashville early on New Year's Day, fly to California to meet up with Cody Meyer and Jason Johnson, and spend a day chasing giant spotted bass on the famed Bullards Bar Reservoir, the place where nearly every supersized spotted bass has been caught in the last few years and where Meyer himself stroked a 10.80-pound pending world record fish a few weeks before.

A Day Chasing the Spotted Bass Record

7:25 am
Originally, the plan was simple. I'd board a plane in Nashville early on New Year's Day, fly to California to meet up with Cody Meyer and Jason Johnson, and spend a day chasing giant spotted bass on the famed Bullards Bar Reservoir, the place where nearly every supersized spotted bass has been caught in the last few years and where Meyer himself stroked a 10.80-pound pending world record fish a few weeks before.

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