UPCOMING EVENT: YETI College Fishing - 2019 - Sam Rayburn Reservoir



Firsts for everything

Lake Havasu, Ariz., was the site for the recent EverStart Series Western Division event. What an incredible fishery! Looking at the results and looking at the numbers of fish caught do not do it justice. Being there and seeing what we saw, it was amazing. Imagine fishing in an aquarium where you can see 15 feet down. This was the first time I had seen this on this lake and it blew me away. READ MORE »


Lindner steals the show

LAKE HAVASU CITY, Ariz. – Heading into the final day of EverStart competition on Lake Havasu, pro Troy Lindner of Los Angeles, Calif., was sitting in ninth place overall and staring up at a nearly insurmountable deficit – almost a full 5 pounds off the overall lead. READ MORE »


Lindner Wins Everstart Series Western Division Event On Lake Havasu



Baker snares Lake Havasu title

LAKE HAVASU CITY, Ariz. – When the Lake Havasu event began earlier this week, co-angler Kyle Baker of Lancaster, Calif., already had two EverStart Series titles under his belt. After the conclusion of today’s weigh-in, he now boasts three. READ MORE »


Kinley continues march toward Lake Havasu title

LAKE HAVASU CITY, Ariz. – With intense winds sweeping across Lake Havasu during the second day of EverStart competition, a majority of anglers found themselves scrambling to put together alternative game plans that would keep them in the running for a tournament title. READ MORE »


Kinley climbs into first place on Lake Havasu

LAKE HAVASU CITY, Ariz. – After making an excruciatingly long drive from his hometown of Durango, Colo., Chris Kinley hoped his results at the EverStart Series Lake Havasu event would be worth the effort. As it turned out, Kinley need not have worried. READ MORE »


Desert classic

LAKE HAVASU CITY, Ariz. – With one of the best desert fisheries at their disposal, boundless spectacular scenery and a flexible bass bite ruling the day, the full field of EverStart Series Western Division competitors departed Bridge Bay Resort and Marina for the open waters of Lake Havasu shortly after 7 a.m. READ MORE »