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SAN ANTONIO, TX (October 13, 2018) – The more time an angler spends on the water, the more knowledge they gain, and in turn the greater chances one has for success. That is the common model used for anglers to be successful at any level. At Lake Dardanelle this week, freshmen anglers dominated the field. The AFTCO Collegiate Bass Open saw two teams of freshmen finish 1st and 2nd once the scales closed Saturday afternoon.
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With phase two renovations completed, the Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries (WFF) has recently reopened the Leesburg public boat landing on Weiss Lake. The facility is located adjacent to the Weiss Lake canal and can be accessed free of charge through Leesburg Park at the end of Riverside Street in Leesburg, Ala.
Take a closer look at the top lures from the Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year Championship on Georgia’s Lake Chatuge and learn the anglers’ best topwater tactics.
The autumn boating season has arrived, and with it comes cooler water temperatures. A fall overboard can get serious quickly, and wearing a life jacket could give you extra time to survive.
College Anglers can be rewarded by simply wearing the ACA Cabela’s Collegiate Bass Fishing Series logo on their jersey!
In preparation for the new tournament season, the Association of Collegiate Anglers has released this year’s contingency details. At the four (4) major events that the ACA and the Cabela’s Collegiate Bass Fishing Series host, bonus money will be available for teams to collect upon meeting contingency program criteria.
The Shoals Youth Bassmasters (SYBM) held the final tournament of the 2018 season on Pickwick Lake this past Saturday, September 8. Fifty young anglers from four years old to sixteen braved the hot temps to tangle with Pickwick’s largemouth and smallmouth bass.
Tournament anglers credit underwater surveillance for success in competitive events
Anyone who’s fished North America’s best bass lakes in recent seasons has seen the signs: Clearing waters; schools of trophy bass shifting deeper and deeper; tournament game plans revolving around off-shore structure, anglers mining small, specific sections of the underwater real estate.
By DAVID RAINER
Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
The ripples emanating from the sides of the 2-foot-long piece of pool noodle was just what Joe Dunn hoped to see.
It meant there was something attached to the line that dropped some 15 feet into the murky waters of the Alabama River near Camden.