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North Carolina's Walser crowned $1 million All-American champion

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Walser wins!

Walser wins!

HARTFORD, Conn. – Robert Walser has fished three Wal-Mart Bass Fishing League All-American championships in three years, finishing 26th in 2004 and 28th in 2005. This year, when he flew to Connecticut from his native North Carolina, he vowed not to return with anything less than a victory. After beating out 48 of the toughest sticks in the BFL, Walser will fly home tomorrow a happy man – and $140,000 richer – as the newest All-American champion. READ MORE »

All-American obstacle course

All-American obstacle course

HARTFORD, Conn. – Perhaps the Wal-Mart Bass Fishing League All-American should be renamed the All-American Obstacle Course, because that is exactly what the Connecticut River has been this week for competitors. Changing weather conditions? Check. Falling water levels? Check. Changing speed limits? Check. READ MORE »

Georgia’s Carter takes $1 million All-American lead

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Redmond red-hot in Connecticut

Redmond red-hot in Connecticut

HARTFORD, Conn. – With a 14-pound, 4-ounce catch over two days, William Redmond wrote his own page in the history books as the 2006 Wal-Mart Bass Fishing League All-American co-angler champion. He defeated No. 2 Keith Smith by more than a pound and earned $60,000 cash as the winner. READ MORE »

Carter holds slim lead heading into final day of All-American

Carter holds slim lead heading into final day of All-American

HARTFORD, Conn. – Though some believed today’s bluebird skies wouldn’t adversely affect the fishing, the results proved otherwise on day two of the Wal-Mart Bass Fishing League All-American championship on the Connecticut River. Weights, numbers and limits were all down on day two, but Kip Carter of Oxford, Ga., managed to improve his weight and vault into the No. 1 spot with a two-day total of 23 pounds, 5 ounces. READ MORE »

Getting down and dirty in Connecticut

Getting down and dirty in Connecticut

HARTFORD, Conn. – As if fishing a river system wasn’t complicated enough, the Connecticut River has presented challenge after challenge to Wal-Mart Bass Fishing League All-American competitors during this week’s championship event. The most notable complication is the falling water levels that literally dried up fishing holes, but also making things difficult for the 48 boaters and co-anglers is the dirty water. READ MORE »

Alabama’s Bobo takes $1 million All-American lead

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Heating it up in Hartford

Heating it up in Hartford

HARTFORD, Conn. – It was a tough day on the Connecticut River for opening day of the Wal-Mart Bass Fishing League All-American championship, but hey, no one ever said fishing was supposed to be easy. All told, 47 of the 48 boaters caught fish, with 24 of them catching limits. That’s a pretty good ratio, but making it tough was the nearly 15 pounds needed to take the lead, and most of those 24 limits were in the 6- to 9-pound range. At the top of the heap is Alabama boater Dalton Bobo with a limit that weighed 14 pounds, 15 ounces. READ MORE »

All-American off to soggy start on Connecticut River

All-American off to soggy start on Connecticut River

HARTFORD, Conn. – A light rain misted the Connecticut River this morning as the Wal-Mart Bass Fishing League All-American field lined up for the first day of competition. For the 96 grassroots anglers who earned the chance to fish this week, the start of the All-American is often the realization of a dream come true. <a href="http://www.flwoutdoors.com/scripts/Nettracker/ntlinktrack.exe?http://www.flwoutdoors.com/flwlive">Plus: FLW Live begins 4 p.m. EDT</a> READ MORE »

FLW Outdoors announces 2006 Wal-Mart BFL All-American schedule of events

FLW Outdoors announces 2006 Wal-Mart BFL All-American schedule of events

The following is a detailed list of all the scheduled events slated for the 2006 Wal-Mart BFL All-American Championship: READ MORE »