UPCOMING EVENT: PHOENIX BASS FISHING LEAGUE - 2020 - Sam Rayburn Reservoir

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Stonewalled

Stonewalled

KELSEYVILLE, Calif. – Stren Series Western Division anglers caught more than 8 1/2 tons of bass at Clear Lake this week, but when all was said and done, the exhilarating outcome was decided by a measly 4 ounces. READ MORE »

Stone wins Stren Series event on Clear Lake

KELSEYVILLE, Calif. – Pro Jared Stone of Lakeport, Calif., caught a five-bass limit weighing 18 pounds, 15 ounces Saturday to win the $275,225 Stren Series Western Division tournament on Clear Lake with a four-day total of 20 bass weighing 99-14. For his victory, Stone earned $25,000 cash. READ MORE »

Clement clears second Clear Lake title

Clement clears second Clear Lake title

KELSEYVILLE, Calif. – Catching a four-day weight that would have nearly top-10ed in the Pro Division, Kyle Clement of Anderson, Calif., came out with guns blazing once again at Clear Lake to dominate the Co-angler Division and win the Stren Series Western Division title with a total weight of 80 pounds, 15 ounces. READ MORE »

40 pounds or bust

40 pounds or bust

KELSEYVILLE, Calif. – At most bass tournaments, fishing fans can generally expect the catch weights to drop a little on the last day. Not so this week at Clear Lake, where Stren Series Western Division anglers are etching their names into the history books for putting on the heaviest tournament of all time. READ MORE »

Stone cold monsters

Stone cold monsters

KELSEYVILLE, Calif. – On the heels of two already historic days of tournament fishing, this unbelievable fishery coughed up more than 6,100 pounds of bass Friday, proving once and for all that there is no place like Clear Lake. READ MORE »

Wake the kids for this one

Wake the kids for this one

KELSEYVILLE, Calif. – If Clear Lake could run, it would be Ben Johnson. If it could ride a bike, it would be Lance Armstrong. If it played baseball, yup, it would be Barry Bonds. There is no other tournament bass fishery in America so hopped up on steroids as Clear Lake. READ MORE »

Campiotti leads Stren Series event on Clear Lake

KELSEYVILLE, Calif. – Pro Gino Campiotti of Manteca, Calif., caught a five-bass limit weighing 22 pounds, 9 ounces Thursday to capture the lead in the $275,225 Stren Series Western tournament on Clear Lake. With a two-day catch of 10 bass weighing 51-2, he now holds a 13-ounce lead over second place pro Jason Borofka of Salinas, Calif., who managed to haul in a total of 10 bass weighing 50-5 during the first two days of competition. READ MORE »

It’s Campiotti with more than 51 pounds

It’s Campiotti with more than 51 pounds

KELSEYVILLE, Calif. – To get an idea just how unreal the fishing is at Clear Lake this week, consider this: On Thursday, pro Michael Tuck caught the now-15th-heaviest limit and co-angler Zachary Holwerda caught the fourth-heaviest single bass in FLW Outdoors history, yet neither one of them leads the tournament. READ MORE »

Sun in sight

Sun in sight

KELSEYVILLE, Calif. – If Wednesday’s fishing on Clear Lake was record-setting, Thursday’s action could be truly sublime. Stren Series Western Division competitors will have their sight-fishing eyeballs on and their fat-female nets locked and loaded, because the sun is shining and the wind has let up for day two at this unreal bass fishery. READ MORE »

Great even when just good

Great even when just good

KELSEYVILLE, Calif. – Sean Stafford caught 31 1/2 pounds of bass Wednesday – the 15th-heaviest limit ever produced in FLW Outdoors competition – and believe it or not, it wasn’t even that great a day of fishing at Clear Lake. READ MORE »

You ain’t seen nothing yet

You ain’t seen nothing yet

KELSEYVILLE, Calif. – Two years ago, local pro Sieg Taylor went wire to wire to win the Stren Series Western Division tournament at Clear Lake with a then-record four-day weight of 94 pounds, 11 ounces. This week at Clear Lake, it will be a shock if the records <i>don’t</i> fall once again. READ MORE »

Stafford leads Stren Series event on Clear Lake

KELSEYVILLE, Calif. — Sean Stafford caught 31 1/2 pounds of bass Wednesday – the 15th-heaviest limit ever produced in FLW Outdoors competition – and believe it or not, it wasn’t even that great a day of fishing at Clear Lake. READ MORE »