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Top 10 Baits from Kentucky Lake

Top 10 Baits from Kentucky Lake

The bass in Kentucky and Barkley Lakes were in prespawn mode for the second annual FLW College Fishing Open. With a cold front and low water thrown into the mix, the bass didn't come easy. These are the baits that got the job done. READ MORE »

Top 10 Patterns from Kentucky Lake

Top 10 Patterns from Kentucky Lake

The range of baits used by competitors in the FLW College Fishing Kentucky Lake Open shrank considerably between practice days earlier in the week and the tournament’s final round. Blame the deteriorating weather, which was characterized by passing cold fronts that dropped water temperatures and left gusting winds in its wake. READ MORE »

SIU-Edwardsville Triumphs at Kentucky Lake

SIU-Edwardsville Triumphs at Kentucky Lake

Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville overcame a 2 ½-pound deficit Saturday to claim the championship of the FLW College Fishing Kentucky Lake Open with a total of 35 pounds, 1 ounce. Second place went to Bethel University of McKenzie, Tenn., with 33-1 while Dallas Baptist University was third with 32-6. READ MORE »

Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville Wins FLW College Fishing Open on Kentucky Lake

Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville Wins FLW College Fishing Open on Kentucky Lake

GILBERTSVILLE, Ky. (April 2, 2016) – The Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville team of Dalton Wesley of Worden, Illinois, and Zach Hartnagel of Edwardsville, Illinois, won the second annual FLW College Fishing Open on Kentucky Lake Saturday with a two-day total of 10 bass weighing 35 pounds, 5 ounces. The victory earned the club a $27,000 prize package which includes a Ranger Z175 with a 90-horsepower Mercury or Evinrude outboard and advanced... READ MORE »

College Open Day 2 Midday Update

College Open Day 2 Midday Update

The bass in Kentucky Lake seemed to have shrunk overnight as contestants in the FLW College Fishing Kentucky Lake Open reported lots of “shorts,” but not many good fish. Of all the boats checked, only the University of Alabama reported a limit by midmorning. The long and the short of it is that the fishing slowed considerably overnight from Friday as a cold front moved through and brought gusting west winds with it. READ MORE »

St. Ambrose Leads Day 1 of the CF Open

St. Ambrose Leads Day 1 of the CF Open

Cole and Tanner Atkinson of St. Ambrose University of Davenport, Ia., took the first-day lead in the FLW College Fishing Kentucky Lake Open with a five-fish limit totaling 21 pounds, 8 ounces. In an opening round where only a pair of 20-pound-plus bags were weighed, St. Ambrose held a 1-pound, 2-ounce lead over Illinois State University. Another Illinois team, Southern Illinois-Edwardsville, is currently in third with 19-1. READ MORE »

College Open Day 1 Midday Update

College Open Day 1 Midday Update

That famous message on a sign at Wingate’s Lunker Lodge on Lake Seminole sums up what many of the collegiate anglers in the FLW College Fishing Kentucky Lake Open must have collectively felt Friday morning when they were generally snubbed by Kentucky Lake’s bass. READ MORE »

Fishing is the Test for these College Anglers

Fishing is the Test for these College Anglers

Thoughts of schoolwork temporarily aside, 201 collegiate teams will renew friendly rivalries this weekend in FLW College Fishing’s second annual Kentucky Lake Open. Two-angler squads from as far away as Minnesota and Louisiana left Moors Resort & Marina Friday morning to take on a lake that’s been tempest-tossed by stormy weather lately, but nevertheless is producing sizeable bags of bass. READ MORE »

2nd Annual College Fishing Open

2nd Annual College Fishing Open

You get the picture: There’s not a lot of surplus money lying around, and that’s one reason why the FLW College Fishing Open on Kentucky Lake has become so popular in just two years of existence. There’s no entry fee in the two-day event, yet contestants have the opportunity to augment their meager income with enough bucks to keep their boats on the water for a long time. READ MORE »