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Bass Angler Magazine

Category : Fishing Tournaments

News and information about bass fishing tournaments

B.A.S.S. Tournament News

Chris Rambough Awarded Inaugural C.A.S.T. For Kids B.A.S.S. Humanitarian Award

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Idaho’s Chris Rambough Awarded Inaugural C.A.S.T. For Kids B.A.S.S. Humanitarian Award BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Sportfishing’s biggest stage was used to recognize the incredible philanthropic work done by anglers around the country when B.A.S.S. honored the inaugural winner of the C.A.S.T. for Kids B.A.S.S. Humanitarian Award during the Academy Sports +......
B.A.S.S. Tournament News Kayak Tournament

Arkansas Pro Cody Milton Wins Texas Lake Fork BASS Kayak Tournament

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If there was ever a tournament set up for a kayaker, this was it,” Milton said. “When I started pre-fishing, I found the motherlode of spawning bass in 8 to 12 inches of water. I was 40 to 50 yards inside of where a standard bass boat could access. They were watching me catch my fish wishing they could access the...
MLF/FLW Tournament News

Florida Native Wins FLW at Lake Okeechobee

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I was practicing for a tournament a couple weeks ago and I caught some big ones out on the outside, but not very many bites,” said Medlock, who earned his third career Toyota Series victory on Lake Okeechobee. “So, as soon as the wind laid down in practice I went over there to check it, and it was bite after...
MLF/FLW Tournament News

Tai Au Averages 20lbs a Day to Win Lake Havasu FLW Opener

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Au opened the tournament Thursday with the biggest limit of the week. Four of the five keepers he weighed in he caught while sight-fishing. Day one was by far the best day of the event. Sunny skies in the morning made bed-fishing easy. Plus, there were tons of unpressured bass on beds to be caught. That changed when afternoon and...
B.A.S.S. Tournament News High School and College Tournaments

Gossett and Smith Win Bassmaster College Classic

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Gossett, a senior majoring in parks and recreation, and Smith, a freshman business management major, fished the lake’s south end and targeted main-current seams. Their first half hour was frustratingly fruitless, but then the bite ignited and the winners boxed their weight by 9:30 a.m....