Interesting. The rumored Gary Dobyns-backed “major western circuit” – covered weeks ago on the BassBlaster (have you signed up yet?) – was announced today. Before you form any opinions about that, especially you westerners, watch the vid: If you can get…past…the typos…it’s interesting, ain’t it. The vid makes a good case for a western circuit, [...]
FYI we just uploaded pattern info from top finishers in all 2006 and 2007 FLW Series events (remember those?), as well as a few patterns from a “Midwest trail that shall remain nameless for now” – we’ll make an announcement when we upload more patterns from it. Here are the lakes covered in the latest [...]
How do you write the possessive form of Cabela’s – Cabela’s’? Cabelas’? Anyhow, this just in: Cabela’s and the Outdoor Channel launched the “Wanna’ Go Fishing for Millions?” promotion yesterday. It runs through July 14. All you have to do is register, then fish the below list of waters
This enormous redear sunfish was recently caught in Lake Havasu and, not surprisingly, could be a new world record. Here are the specs (from this post): > 5.55 pounds > 16.75 inches long > 19-inch girth Wow! The current IGFA redear record is 5 pounds, 7 ounces, caught by Amos Gray in a “diversion canal” [...]
Saw a press release the other day about rainbow trout being stocked in Arizona’s Watson Lake for the first time in 49 years. I’m no expert on Arizona, but the mental math went like this: hatchery rainbows + largemouths + mild climate = ding, ding, ding! But first, are largies in Watson? Yep. Plus the [...]
We should all thank the troops big time because if not for them, we are not fishing. In fact, we’re maybe not here in the first place. Well, Arizona’s Jarrett Edwards knows that, and he’s put his money where his heart is. Read on – very cool.
Due to the mind-numbing, puke-causing, overwhelming coverage of the elections yesterday, you may not have heard that voters in Tennessee, Arkansas and South Carolina overwhelmingly approved amendments to protect hunting and fishing as constitutional rights – except in Arizona. In Tennessee, 90 percent of voters supported the amendment, while similar measures received 89 and 82 [...]
Because that’s all that’ll be left? Check this out, from the Arizona Republic: > Lake Mead sank to its lowest level in nearly 75 years on Sunday, a stark reminder of how drought and growing water demands have sapped the Colorado River and its huge reservoirs.