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41-1: Tale of the tape

41-1: Tale of the tape

On Saturday, Jan. 9, FLW Tour pro Keith Combs recorded a five-bass limit weighing 41 pounds, 1 ounce. That stringer, caught on Falcon Lake during the American Fishing Series event, is the heaviest in FLW Outdoors history. Amazingly, Combs did not win the tournament, and thus the new record flew under the radar. Accordingly, a blow-by-blow recount is in order. READ MORE »

Yoder’s rollercoaster ride results in wire-to-wire win

Yoder’s rollercoaster ride results in wire-to-wire win

ZAPATA, Texas – For the diehard angler, a trip to Falcon Lake is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. For Michael Yoder, that is a severe understatement. His past three days on the legendary Rio Grande River impoundment will never be forgotten. READ MORE »

Hope floats on Falcon

Hope floats on Falcon

ZAPATA, Texas – As a dedicated co-angler, Steve Hope arrives at each FLW American Fishing Series event a few days early to practice. This allows him to have a firsthand look at the lake’s current conditions. Recently, this routine has proven extremely beneficial. Last year Hope was the points champion in the Texas Division and after the first event of 2010 he is $10,000 richer. READ MORE »

Yoder takes top honors at FLW American Fishing Series event on Falcon Lake

Yoder takes top honors at FLW American Fishing Series event on Falcon Lake

ZAPATA, Texas – Pro Michael Yoder of Texarkana, Ark., caught a five-bass limit weighing 27 pounds, 9 ounces Saturday to win the FLW American Fishing Series Texas Division tournament on Falcon Lake with a three-day total of 15 bass weighing 93 pounds, 8 ounces. For his victory, Yoder earned $25,000 plus a Ranger boat, motor, and trailer. READ MORE »

Frigid final day

Frigid final day

ZAPATA, Texas – Local meteorologists called last night the coldest night on record in south Texas. In nearby Laredo, the mercury dipped down to a frigid 19 degrees. The previous low, which was 22, was set back in 1976. Despite all of this, the top 10 pros and top 10 co-anglers fishing the inaugural American Fishing Series event think the conditions are slowly improving. READ MORE »

Yoder uses the force

Yoder uses the force

ZAPATA, Texas – The weather wasn’t much better, but any improvement was welcomed with open arms after the conditions experienced on day one of the FLW American Fishing Series opener. The wind, although steady, diminished slightly on day two but the temperature continued to plummet. Considering the circumstances, the fishing this week on Falcon Lake has been surprisingly good – especially for pro leader Michael Yoder. READ MORE »

Colder but calmer

Colder but calmer

ZAPATA, Texas – Day one of the FLW American Fishing Series event on Falcon Lake was far from ideal. Instead of temperatures in the upper 60s and low 70s, a relentless northerly wind kept the mercury close to 40. At weigh-in, there were more close-call stories than fish stories. Waves were speared, equipment was ruined and egos were humbled. Now it’s time to do it again. READ MORE »

Wicked weather spoils American Fishing Series opener

Wicked weather spoils American Fishing Series opener

ZAPATA, Texas – For the past three years, FLW Outdoors has commenced the tournament season on Falcon Lake, perhaps the best black bass fishery in the world. Anglers from across the United States travel to the Texas-Mexico border to avoid the cold weather and battle some trophy fish. Truly, Falcon is an event many look forward to for months. But this time around, there are more frowns than grins. READ MORE »