For those who enjoy “noodling” for catfish, that time of year is once again upon us.
For Midwest Finesse fishing enthusiasts, one name typically stands out among the most influential — Ned Kehde.
More than 100 anglers competed for the top prize in catfishing last weekend.
It’s been an impressive couple of weeks for Topeka-based Top Secret Jig Co. and its pro fishing staff.
After being named America’s Best New Attraction by USA TODAY, Johnny Morris’ Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium in Springfield, Mo., is up for another honor from the publication — “America’s Best Aquarium.”
Despite being legally blind, Scott Evans can see what most can’t.
During the Catfish Chasers season-opening tournament last Saturday on Milford Lake, Wichita-area guides Alex and Joe Henning took a record-sized field by storm, hauling in 77.2 pounds of catfish to take first place by almost two pounds at the weigh-in and capture $2,754 in prize money.
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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.
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.
Josh Rouse is an outdoor enthusiast from Topeka, Kansas. He is the Outdoors Editor for The Topeka Capital-Journal.