Kansas State’s Will Andrie and Gaige Blanton sat in prime position to make a final-day run at the program’s fourth national title last Saturday at the Bassmaster College Series National Championship in Dayton, Tenn.
High school and youth anglers from across Kansas — including a pair of Topekans — are set to represent the state next week in Tennessee as part of a pair of national fishing championships.
Topekan among four anglers picked to represent Kansas on Bassmaster High School All-State Fishing Team
The 2019 Bassmaster High School All-State Fishing Team was announced earlier this week, and four anglers will represent Kansas this year, including a Topekan.
Fishing League Worldwide announced on Friday that it will host a high school fishing summer camp from July 24-27 on the Murray State University campus in Benton, Ky., with a tournament to follow.
The first Kansas BASS Nation High School qualifier took place Sept. 8 at Hillsdale Lake, and the results left a variety of interesting storylines to follow as the season progresses.
DeSoto’s Connor and Dylan Nimrod qualified for Bassmaster’s high school national championship thanks to one big, long day on the water.
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.
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.
Several Kansas anglers fished earlier this summer in the 2017 Costa Bassmaster High School National Championship on Kentucky Lake in Paris, Tenn.
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Spend some time listening to Lawrence angler Ned Kehde speak about fishing, and it’s clear he pays attention to every little detail about his surroundings when fishing for bass.
Water level, water color, solunar calendars, temperature, boat direction in relation to the shore — all elements that affect how he presents his bait and what he uses. In Kansas waters, it can sometimes be difficult to elicit a strike from a bass. But with the Midwest Finesse system, which utilizes multiple retrieves and a variety of jigs, anglers who commit to his method soon find that getting a bite is easier than they realized.
Josh Rouse is an outdoor enthusiast from Topeka, Kansas. He is the Outdoors Editor for The Topeka Capital-Journal.