Duo outfished 196 other teams William Samples and Charles Purcell weren’t supposed to compete in the Bassmaster Team Championship held today on the Harris Chain of Lakes in central Florida. But officials with the Anglers […]
The River Wars 2018 Catfish Tournament is this weekend, Dec. 15 – 16 and will at least temporarily settle the question of which anglers are better — Yadkin River Chain anglers or Catawba River Chain anglers? […]
Six anglers from the Carolinas have qualified to fish in the 2018 FLW Forrest Wood Cup Aug. 10 – 12 on Lake Ouachita in Hot Springs, Ark. They will compete against 50 other anglers for the first-place prized of $300,000.
Sporting his Phantom Outdoors cap from the Summerville-based outdoor apparel company, Patrick Walters of Ladson smiled as he hoisted the biggest trophy yet of his fishing career after winning the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Central Open on Louisiana’s Red River over this past weekend.
At the end of the fifth day of competition in the 2018 Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament, the top three spots remain unchanged from day three. No blue marlin were caught on day four, and although one was weighed on day five, it failed to qualify due to being underweight.
Rare Breed, a boat based in Sullivan’s Island, S.C., marched into third place on Wednesday in the Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament, with a 400.4-pound blue marlin caught after a 32-minute battle by 16-year-old angler E.J. Nettles of Charleston, S.C.
For the fourth consecutive year, 12 standout high school anglers have been selected as members of the exclusive Bassmaster High School All-American Fishing Team presented by DICK’S Sporting Goods.