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BPS SIGNS MULTIYEAR AGREEMENT TO SPONSOR BASS AND BASSMASTER EVENTS - Basszone.com (blog)

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Bass Pro Shops has signed a multiyear agreement to sponsor B.A.S.S. and Bassmaster events, B.A.S.S. announced today.

Under the agreements, Triton and Nitro will continue as premier, official boat sponsors of B.A.S.S. tournaments, including the Bassmaster Classic presented by DICK’S Sporting Goods, the Bassmaster Elite Series, the Bassmaster Opens Series, B.A.S.S. Nation competitions, and the College and High School Series tournaments.

Bass Pro Shops becomes a supporting sponsor of the Bassmaster Elite Series, a supporting and title sponsor of the Basspro.com Bassmaster Opens Series, supporting and presenting sponsor of the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series presented by Bass Pro Shops and supporting sponsor of the Mossy Oak Fishing Bassmaster High School Series.

“Triton and Nitro are among the most popular bass boat brands in America today, and we are pleased that they will again be showcased through their sponsorship of the Classic, Bassmaster Elite Series and other Bassmaster competitions,” said Bruce Akin, B.A.S.S. CEO.

“In addition, the support Bass Pro Shops is providing for our Opens, College, High School and other Bassmaster events is invaluable to our fans and the anglers competing in those tournament series,” Akin said. “This partnership not only serves our millions of fans and followers, but it also provides great opportunities for B.A.S.S. and Bass Pro Shops to reach new audiences and to grow the great sport of bass fishing.”

“We’re very proud to expand upon our longstanding support for B.A.S.S. through these significant partnerships with our fishing brands,” said Bass Pro Shops and White River Marine group founder Johnny Morris, himself a five-time Bassmaster Classic qualifier. “B.A.S.S. events help us advance our goal to connect more people to nature by engaging people of all ages and skill levels to the great sport of fishing.”

Under the agreement, all White River Marine and Bass Pro Shops brands will receive exhibit space in the extremely popular Bassmaster Classic Outdoors Expo presented by DICK’S Sporting Goods, as well as at Elite Series expos and other Bassmaster events during the 2019, 2020 and 2021 seasons.

As in previous years, most final-day weigh-ins for Basspro.com Bassmaster Opens tournaments will be held at the nearest Bass Pro Shops or Cabela’s stores.

Triton also will award two $500 scholarships to the winners of the Mossy Oak Fishing Bassmaster High School Championship.

The agreement includes advertising and promotion on behalf of Bass Pro Shops and White River Marine brands in B.A.S.S.’s industry-leading media, including Bassmaster and B.A.S.S. Times magazines, Bassmaster.com, Bassmaster LIVE programming and The Bassmasters TV show on ESPN2.

“B.A.S.S. and Bass Pro Shops share common roots, dating back all the way to the earliest days of B.A.S.S., when Johnny Morris was a Classic competitor and a rising star in our professional tournaments,” Akin added. “And we share a common dedication to conserving our natural resources and promoting sportfishing as a family recreation. We are especially grateful to see the history of our sport showcased in the Bass Fishing Hall of Fame located within Johnny Morris’ Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium.”

Source: www.basszone.com

River2Sea tourney in spotlight - Record Bee

Clear Lake will be wall to wall with bass fishermen this weekend as the two-day River2Sea Team Bass Tournament gets underway Saturday morning. The tournament is expected draw at least 100 boats and will operate out of Konocti Vista Casino in Lakeport. The weigh-in Saturday and Sunday starts at approximately 3 p.m.

The bass pros should have little trouble weighing in a five-fish limit. The big question is will the larger bass finally start to show up? To date, the majority of bass being caught at Clear Lake continues to remain in a range of 2-4 pounds, with few fish weighing more than 7 pounds. Last year’s River2Sea tournament had a winning weight of 36 pounds. Most of the fishermen are predicting it will take 40 pounds to win this year.

The tournament has some specific rules fishermen must follow. Only lures manufactured by River2Sea are allowed. Fishermen are allowed to fish with all brands of plastic worms as long as the weights and hooks are made by River2Sea. To discourage contestants from cheating, a polygraph test will be administered to the top finishers.

Overall the bass fishing has been rated good at Clear Lake. Most anglers are having little trouble boating 15-20 fish. The Triton Boat Owners Tournament held last weekend drew 48 boats and the winning weight for two days was 38 pounds. The big fish of the tourney weighed 10 pounds, but most of the fishermen brought in limits that weighed less than 15 pounds.

The winning team used LV500 Lucky Craft lipless crankbaits to catch their fish. Other successful fishermen drop-shot plastic worms or cast jigs. Fish were caught in both shallow and deep water. The trick to success is a super slow retrieve. The north end of the lake is producing most of the fish.

Crappie/bluegill

Crappie action has slowed but a few fishermen are still catching a few. Bluegill action is still rated good in areas such as Shag Rock. The docks at Library Park in Lakeport are also giving up a few bluegill as well as the occasional crappie. The International Game Fish Association (IGFA) recently approved a new world record for black crappie. The crappie weighed 5 pounds, 7 ounces and was caught by Lionel Ferguson of Dania Beach, Florida at a pond on his property.

Other lakes

Lake Mendocino is still providing decent bass action for both smallmouths and largemouths. Jigs have been the top lures. Supposedly the lake has been stocked with trout but I haven’t heard of anyone catching any.

Upper Blue Lake is kicking out a few bass for fishermen casting jigs near the narrows. Forget about the trout as the lake hasn’t been stocked in months.

The good news is that the East Branch of the Russian River is supposed to be stocked with trout during the week of Oct. 21.

Deer season

Zone B deer hunters will have more public land to hunt on as additional areas in the Mendocino National Forest have been opened for hunting. A new map of the closed areas can be obtained from the Mendocino National Forest website.

Hunter course

The Department of Fish and Wildlife (DFW) is holding a four-day hunter education class starting Oct. 29. The course is required for all hunters before they can obtain their first hunting California license. Students are required to pass a written as well as a practical test.

The course takes place from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Rivera Heights Homeowners Association Clubhouse, 3034 Rivera Heights Drive, in Kelseyville.

Students can sign up at the DFW website at www.wildlife.ca.gov/Hunter-Education. You can also call 263-1044 or 994-0637 for more information.

Source: www.record-bee.com

Fishing for Freedom - The Fort Hood Sentinel

More than 250 teams of local bass anglers and Fort Hood Soldiers and retirees participated in this year’s Fishing for Freedom bass fishing tournament at Belton Lake Outdoor Recreation Area, Saturday. The event is in its 13th year and this year was the kick-off event for Operation Phantom Warrior Salute. The fishing tournament registration is no cost for the Soldiers and retirees and features a brand-new fishing boat as the grand prize for the winning team. In total, the anglers brought in more than 800 pounds of fish. Read the whole story on Page C1.

More than 250 teams of local bass anglers and Fort Hood Soldiers and retirees participated in this year’s Fishing for Freedom bass fishing tournament at Belton Lake Outdoor Recreation Area, Saturday. The event is in its 13th year and this year was the kick-off event for Operation Phantom Warrior Salute. The fishing tournament registration is no cost for the Soldiers and retirees and features a brand-new fishing boat as the grand prize for the winning team. In total, the anglers brought in more than 800 pounds of fish. Read the whole story on Page C1.

Fishing for Freedom, the annual fishing tournament for Fort Hood Soldiers and local military retirees organized by Cliff Brown of Texas Boat World, is in its 13th year. According to Brown, the approximately 251 teams is the second-largest turnout the bass fishing tournament has ever had, only behind the event’s 10th anniversary.

The night before the tournament, the participants and their Families are invited to a dinner at the Killeen Civic and Convention Center. More than 900 people attended the dinner, Brown said. During the dinner, Fort Hood Garrison Commander Col. Hank Perry thanked the event organizers for hosting a tournament for Fort Hood Soldiers and retirees.

“This tournament actually means quite a lot to me, too,” the garrison commander said. “Last year, I had the opportunity to do this same thing, to say a thank you to so many of you who have a boat and who have a desire to take a Soldier fishing. So, I stood here last year and said thanks. ... Thanks for your time, thanks for bringing your resources to the lake and putting yourself into a Soldier. It really touched me last year out on the lake and … it is a sight to see.”

This kind of community relationship is what gives Fort Hood its nickname, Perry continued.

“Taking a Soldier fishing means so much and our community means so much to us, and that’s what makes Fort Hood the Great Place,” he said.

This event, Brown said, helps Soldiers create lasting bonds with the community members around them.

“The Soldiers really get a lot out of it,” Brown said. “I think it changes a lot of their lives and they get involved in fishing. We’ve got guys who are still fishing with partners they had (several) years ago, and not just at this event – they fish with them on weekends. There’s a relationship that’s created between the civilians and the military and this is our way to show our appreciation.”

In total, 403 bass were brought in by the teams, totaling 818 pounds. The top 20 teams won prizes varying from gift cards to coolers to cash. The top team, the team that brought in the heaviest catch, won a brand-new 2019 fishing boat donated by Triton Boats and Mercury Motors.

Cris Tatum, of Belton, and Broc Boettcher, an Army retiree from Belton, brought in the heaviest catch, totaling 18.62 pounds. The duo also caught the biggest fish of the day, a 6.92-pound bass, winning the “Big Bass” cash prize as well.

Spc. Jamaal McLaurin, a Soldier from the 1st Cavalry Division, was paired with local angler Larry Lawson for the tournament. This was McLaurin’s first time competing in Fishing for Freedom. He had participated in Warriors’ Weekend, another military fishing tournament, a few months ago and decided to register for Fishing for Freedom when he first heard about it.

“It was a little tough,” McLaurin...

Source: www.forthoodsentinel.com









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