Recent Hayden graduate Thomas Heinen had a somewhat disappointing finish to his high school fishing career last month, as he and teammate Brock Bila were unable to make the final day of fishing during the SAF/FLW High School National Championship on Lake Pickwick in Alabama.
DeSoto’s Connor and Dylan Nimrod qualified for Bassmaster’s high school national championship thanks to one big, long day on the water.
K-State anglers Blenn, Hoselton win Kansas BASS Nation College State Championship fishing tournament
Kansas State bass fisherman Travis Blenn took one big step toward achieving his dream of fishing professionally last Sunday when he and teammate Jake Hoselton took the top prize at the Kansas BASS Nation College State Championship on Milford Reservoir.
Hayden angler Thomas Heinen and teammate Brock Bila, of Louisburg, added some more hardware on Saturday to cement their legacy among the state’s all-time most successful high school anglers as Topeka teams took a 1-2 finish in central Kansas.
K-State anglers Zach Vielhauer, Will Andrie win Bassmaster College Classic title on Lake Keowee, S.C.
The Kansas State Fishing Team made history again — and on the biggest of stages.
Alabama’s Jordan Lee cemented his place among bass fishing’s greatest, securing a second straight Bassmaster Classic on Sunday at Lake Hartwell in Greenville, S.C., after posting a three-day bag weigh of 47 pounds, 1 ounce to beat out Brent Ehrler by a pound.
Kansas collegiate bass anglers may not have to go very far to chase their dreams of a Bassmaster Classic berth this season.
We know what, where, when and why — now all that’s left to figure out is who.
Kansas BASS Nation youth director Richard Heflin unveiled more details to The Topeka Capital-Journal about the first-ever Kansas College State Championship last weekend during the Topeka Boat and Outdoor Show.
Kansan fights for life as riptide takes him, waves capsize kayak at Gulf of Mexico fishing tournament
Two northeast Kansas anglers gained a newfound respect for the power of nature this fall during a pair of saltwater kayak fishing tournaments in the Gulf of Mexico.
Ozawkie resident’s ‘$4,000 fish’ wins wild kayak fishing tournament at Gulf of Mexico following hurricane
Ozawkie residents Isaac Jaap, 35, and Cody Simecka, 36, took off on the journey of a lifetime earlier this fall, a 12-day fishing trip spanning more than 3,000 miles that included a pair of saltwater kayak fishing tournaments.
Josh Rouse is an outdoor enthusiast from Topeka, Kansas. He is the Outdoors Editor for The Topeka Capital-Journal.