Posts Tagged 'bass fish'
I sat cross-legged in the backseat of the truck, my face pressed against the glass, eyes drifting over an endless sea of oil derricks dotted across the red dirt of Oklahoma. The long road home after a big bass tournament offers an angler a much-welcomed opportunity to unwind and bask in the high after a successful derby. Or, it can be a very cruel trip if you had a bad week. Your mind fills with […]
Simpson University is looking to lure prospective students with the addition of a sport that few colleges offer. Starting in the fall of 2019, the school plans to field a bass fishing team. “Simpson is starting a number of new programs,” Mark Endraske, Simpson’s dean of students, said last week. “Bass fishing is one that we think is a good fit for the North State.” Endraske said he hopes the club will give students applying to colleges […]
Since 2002, thousands of anglers have contributed more than $675,420 to improve fishing in Texas by purchasing Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s large-mouth bass conservation license plate (CLP). But, many anglers may not know exactly how that money directly benefits their favorite fishing hole. Every year, sales of the large-mouth bass CLPs generate about $40,000 to benefit projects at dozens of public reservoirs and small fishing lakes across the state. Projects funded by the CLP program […]