Lazer TroKar is a proud sponsor of the Cabela’s Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship. We have a team headed down to Pickwick to supply anglers with Lazer Trokar Hooks and other gear. Not only does Lazer TroKar sponsors the entire Championship but also Sponsors five teams year round. These teams include: The University of Alabama, Kansas State University, North Carolina State University, Oklahoma State University, and The University of Louisiana Lafayette. We wish our teams the best of the luck at the Cabela’s Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship.
The FLW College Fishing Central Division made its second stop at Pickwick Lake, Alabama. This lake is known for its deep structure and ledge fishing. The Kansas State Fishing Team sent the team of Nathen Kozlowski and Lance Maldonado to fish this tournament. Kozlowski made a prefishing trip one week in advance of the tournament and found the fish to be in the prespawn/spawn, with water temperatures around 66 degrees. He figured out the bigger fish were staging behind breaks (laydowns, boulders, etc.) in water with current. His predictions after prefishing was that they could catch at least 15 pounds … Continue reading
California’s Skeet Reese Jumps From Seventh Place For Bassmaster Elite Series Win On West Point Lake
California’s Skeet Reese Jumps From Seventh Place For Bassmaster Elite Series Win On West Point Lake LAGRANGE, Ga. — Skeet Reese is on fire — again. The Auburn, Calif., superstar of bass fishing was victorious Sunday in the Bassmaster Elite Series’ West Point Lake Battle after starting the final round in seventh place, almost 2 1/2 pounds behind leader Tommy Biffle. But when Reese weighed 15-4 Sunday, he squashed the other 11 finalists’ hopes of winning the four-day Battle out of LaGrange, Ga. Closest to catching Reese with a 46-6 total was Aaron Martens of Leeds, Ala., who finished second … Continue reading
Sequestration To Withhold Millions From State Fish And Wildlife Programs BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — If the federal government’s sequestration scheme to reduce spending continues as originally planned, millions of dollars will be withheld from the states for managing fish and wildlife. “I’m very sad that this is happening, and I’m disappointed that leaders in our government can’t work together to fix this,” said Noreen Clough, national conservation director for B.A.S.S. and former Southeast Region director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. “It is going to hurt resource management by limiting what the state and federal agencies can do.” The current … Continue reading