UPCOMING EVENT: Costa FLW Series - 2019 - Lake Champlain

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AOY Update: Lake Chickamauga

AOY Update: Lake Chickamauga

There’s usually some drama at the end of the FLW Tour Angler of the Year race, but often the leading pro has managed to accumulate a pretty good cushion by the final event. This year the cushion is virtually nonexistent. After they booked a win and a fifth-place finish at Lake Chickamauga, respectively, John Cox leads David Dudley by just one point heading into the finale on Lake Champlain. READ MORE »

Final Practice Day with Joseph Webster

Final Practice Day with Joseph Webster

The third and final day of practice is always an important one at an FLW Tour event, but for the third stop on the Harris Chain presented by Ranger it may hold even more importance. Because most of the pros are unfamiliar with this fishery, every hour they can get to explore the acres of grass and canals is beneficial. I figured there was no better time to hop in the boat with The Bass Federation national champ Joseph Webster, who won the “Living the Dream” package to earn a free ride to fish the Tour this season, and see how he approaches his last chance to dial in the bite on Harris. READ MORE »

Webster Triumphs at Table Rock

Webster Triumphs at Table Rock

Mississippi angler Joseph Webster was named the winner of the 2016 The Bass Federation National Championship on Table Rock Lake Saturday after weighing a limit that totaled 14 pounds, 13 ounces. Webster, of the Central Division, wound up with 43 pounds, 9 ounces – or more than 6 pounds ahead of Jon Griffith of the Southwest Division. In the co-angler standings, Georgia fisherman Adam Wood of the Southern Division emerged victorious with 7 pounds, 10 ounces on day three and 28-14 overall. His closest challenger was Jesse Parks of the Southwest Division, who finished with 23 pounds. READ MORE »

Webster Takes the Lead in TBF Shootout at Table Rock

Webster Takes the Lead in TBF Shootout at Table Rock

The 2016 The Bass Federation National Championship will be decided Saturday when the seven divisional winners in Friday’s semi-final round vie for the title. All seven boaters and seven co-anglers have already earned berths in the 2016 FLW Bass Fishing League All-American set for June on Lake Barkley. As for the individual championship and its lucrative “Living the Dream” package, it belongs to Mississippi boater Joseph Webster until one of the other six contenders takes it away from him in the championship round. Webster leads the field with a two-day total of 28 pounds, 12 ounces. He caught a five-fish limit Friday that weighed 16-07. Pat Klausen of Nebraska, with 25-9, is his closest competitor. READ MORE »