|House backs high-school bass fishing
May 15 at 3:49 pm
The House Education Committee unanimously approved a resolution Tuesday that could lead to the establishment of competitive bass-fishing tournaments for Louisiana’s high schools.
|Browning wins Central Open event on Red River to earn 2014 Bassmaster Classic berth
April 30 at 9:43 am
Arkansas’ Stephen Browning jumped from 12th to first during the Bassmaster Central Open stop on the Red River this weekend, claiming the top prize and — even more importantly — a berth in the 2014 Bassmaster Classic.
|Combs wins Falcon Lake Elite Series stop
March 26 at 9:30 am
Texas pro angler Keith Combs locked up his first Bassmaster Elite Series win yesterday after holding off four-time Bassmaster Classic champion Rick Clunn during the event on Falcon Lake.
|Cazelot, Morrison win Louisiana Sportsman Bass Championship
March 17 at 7:58 pm
Life is ever changing, and that’s never more true than in tournament bass fishing. And the 2013 Louisiana Sportsman Bass Championship is a prime example of just how much of a difference the turning of the heavens can make.
|Rojas regains Elite Series lead after third day of Sabine River tournament
March 16 at 8:40 pm
Saturday morning, Dean Rojas felt like his game was dying, that perhaps his chance of victory in the Sabine River Challenge presented by STARK Cultural Venues was slipping through his fingers.
|Billiu, Young lead Louisiana Sportsman Bass Championship after first day
March 16 at 7:34 pm
Conditions were clear and calm for the first couple of hours of the Skeeter-Yamaha Louisiana Sportsman Bass Championship, and then the wind began wailing out of the south.
But the stiff breeze didn’t worry Luke Billiu of Houma and Des Allemands’ Ryan Young, who put together 18.23 pounds to take the lead going into tomorrow’s final round of fishing.
|Faircloth takes over lead after second day of Elite Series tournament on Sabine River
March 16 at 7:22 am
It was a short workday for Todd Faircloth on Friday.
By noon, the Bassmaster Elite Series pro from Jasper, Texas, had a five-fish limit. He decided they weighed enough, and they were all he should take from his prime fishing area of the Sabine River system, so he called it a day.
|Rojas claims first-day lead in Sabine River Elite Series stop
March 14 at 9:25 pm
Dean Rojas of Lake Havasu City, Ariz., with a history of wins on Toledo Bend Reservoir, shone equally bright Thursday on the Sabine, the big lake straddling the river to the north.
He took the first-day lead in the March 14-17 Sabine River Challenge, the season opener of the Bassmaster Elite Series.
|Sabine River offers Elite Series pros plenty of options, local angler says
March 08 at 6:30 am
Sulphur bass angler Barry Celestine said he’s talked with several professional anglers about the upcoming Sabine River stop of the Bassmaster Elite Series, ad he’s told them all the same there — there are plenty of fish in the river to win the event.
“I think it’ll take 12 pounds a day,” Celestine said. “I had 9 pounds this last weekend — and the water conditions were horrible.”
|2013 Bassmaster Classic title goes to Mississippi's Cliff Pace
February 24 at 8:14 pm
Mississippi's Cliff Pace claimed the title of Bassmaster Classic champion today, even though he came one fish short of his five-fish limit.
His three-day total of 54 pounds, 12 ounces earned him the trophy and a $500,000 paycheck.
|Mississippi's Pace claims sole possession of the 2013 Bassmaster Classic lead on the second day
February 23 at 8:28 pm
A consistent Cliff Pace of Petal, Miss., not only kept his first-day lead in the Bassmaster Classic presented by Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa, he pulled away from the pack by 7 pounds in the second day of competition for $500,000 and the biggest trophy of pro bass fishing.
Pace shook off the angler who tied him for the lead Friday, Michael Iaconelli of Pittsgrove, N.J.
|Iaconelli, Pace tie for Bassmaster Classic lead after first day of competition
February 22 at 8:35 pm
Cliff Pace of Petal, Miss., and 2003 Bassmaster Classic champ Michael Iaconelli of Pittsgrove, N.J., tied for the first-day lead at the 2013 edition of the world championship of bass fishing on Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees.
They both brought 21 pounds, 8 ounces to the scales at Tulsa’s BOK Center on Friday, the first of three days of competition for the $500,000 top prize of the 2013 Bassmaster Classic presented by Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa.
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