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Kline claims co-angler title on Lake Roosevelt

Kline claims co-angler title on Lake Roosevelt

ROOSEVELT, Ariz. – As a former professional surfer, Todd Kline of San Clemente, Calif., is used to the ups and downs of sports competition – both literally and figuratively. However, for Kline, today was akin to hanging ten all the way to the weigh-in podium. READ MORE »

Fuqua finishes the job

Fuqua finishes the job

ROOSEVELT, Ariz. – A few weeks ago, John Fuqua of Oxnard, Calif., wasn’t even sure he wanted to fish the EverStart Series Western Division event on Lake Roosevelt. But thanks to a timely conversation with a good friend, Fuqua decided to throw his hat in the ring. As it turns out, it was a fateful decision he’ll remember for the rest of his career. READ MORE »

Fuqua wins Everstart Series Western Division event on Roosevelt Lake

Fuqua wins Everstart Series Western Division event on Roosevelt Lake

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Fuqua forges EverStart Series lead on Lake Roosevelt

Fuqua forges EverStart Series lead on Lake Roosevelt

ROOSEVELT, Ariz. – After the opening day of EverStart Series Western Division competition on Lake Roosevelt, plenty of anglers expressed their dismay at how difficult the fishing conditions were. Well, today – much to the chagrin of pros and co-anglers alike – the bite turned out to be even more brutal. READ MORE »

Armstrong flexes muscle on Lake Roosevelt

Armstrong flexes muscle on Lake Roosevelt

ROOSEVELT, Ariz. — As widely predicted, Thursday’s EverStart Series competition on Lake Roosevelt was nothing short of a grind. With only 20 total limits caught in the Pro Division and a scant 10 total in the Co-angler Division, it was more than obvious that the near-freezing temps, low water levels and fickle bass bite had taken a heavy toll on the field. READ MORE »

A desert snow

A desert snow

ROOSEVELT, Ariz. — It’s probably a safe bet that when anglers initially circled the Lake Roosevelt tournament on their calendars they didn’t foresee that the opening day of tournament action would ultimately resemble a scene from the movie Fargo. READ MORE »