It was an exciting week full of new fishing product announcements, but the 2019 International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades — better known as ICAST — came to a close.
ICAST 2019 has officially set sail.
The International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades got underway Tuesday morning in Orlando, Fla., offering eager anglers an early look at some of the new products, as well as upgrades to old products, that the fishing industry will be offering in the coming year.
The Midwest crappie fishing scene took a major hit earlier this week as a popular northeast Kansas lure manufacturer closed its doors.
Anglers will have a chance to compete against national competition for a cash prize while helping a good cause in the months ahead.
Some sad news hit the competitive fishing world this week when two anglers went missing on Lake Okeechobee in Florida.
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.
College fishing clubs from across the state of Kansas will have a chance to compete close to home for a spot in the Bassmaster College Fishing National Championship.
Arby’s announced on Wednesday it will begin offering venison sandwiches again — this time nationwide — starting Oct. 21 at all 3,300 locations spanning seven countries.
However, for patrons living near three restaurants in Colorado, Wyoming and Montana, something extra also will be on the menu this hunting season — a special, limited-edition elk sandwich.
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When searching for fishing footage online, you’re likely to see one of the following adjectives in the title: Giant, huge, enormous, monster.
It’s human nature, really — people enjoy seeing a big fish.
One YouTuber, however, diverts from conventional wisdom to show a much different angle of angling — one that is every bit as successful as its prize-fishing counterparts.
Josh Rouse is an outdoor enthusiast from Topeka, Kansas. He is the Outdoors Editor for The Topeka Capital-Journal.