After getting mostly skunked last week while trout fishing at Lake Shawnee, I was determined to come back this week and get a nice one.
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.
With March Madness in full swing, I decided I’d try to revive something I did at my college paper, the Washburn Review — a fishing-themed bracket.
Thirty-five teams took off from the launch ramp at Big Hill Reservoir on Saturday morning with the same goal in mind — winning the third Kansas BASS Nation High School State Qualifier.
Kansas collegiate bass anglers may not have to go very far to chase their dreams of a Bassmaster Classic berth this season.
As I made my way out to Lake Shawnee for the second rainbow trout opener of the season last Saturday, I knew fishing would be a lot tougher this time around.
Two Kansas high school teams and two Kansas college teams will compete in their respective divisions at nearby Lake Keowee during this year’s Bassmaster Classic, which runs March 16-18 at Lake Hartwell in Greenville, S.C.
Rainbow trout will be stocked March 6 in a pair of recreational ponds at Fort Riley, Kansas, according to a release from the fort’s public affairs office.
The Junction City and Geary County Conventions and Visitors Bureau announced Monday morning that Milford Reservoir will host the 2018 Bassmaster College Series Classic Bracket, slated to run Aug. 14-16.
With ice beginning to thaw on lakes across the state, many anglers have a specific species in mind they’re looking to target.
Josh Rouse is an outdoor enthusiast from Topeka, Kansas. He is the Outdoors Editor for The Topeka Capital-Journal.