The 2016 Battle in the Bahamas tournament is in the books, and Joe Hector sent along the results of the third-annual event.
Now here’s a whale of a fish tale! It’s about the perfect blend of an extreme sport and the modern equivalent of a bunch of guys sitting around a camp-fire sharing stories about their greatest catches. Let us introduce you to Kayak Wars, a fishing tournament dedicated to providing the ultimate kayak fishing experience for anglers in both freshwater and saltwater.
Come one, come all to the NROA Spring Shootout Fishing Tournament! This smallmouth bass tournament event with 100% payback will take place on Saturday, April 16 at New River Outdoor Adventures in Galax, VA.
We’ve never been so excited for a River Bassin’ season in our lives! This is because in 2016, we are doing things a little differently, while at the same time sticking to the core values that everyone has enjoyed about River Bassin’. So, what’s new with River Bassin’ this year?
After yielding fish, fun and friendships with a few cold ones and dim sum thrown in, seven North American World Championship Team members are back from representing the USA and Canada for the fifth annual Hobie Fishing World Championship (HFW5), presented by Rhino-Rack™ and hosted by Hobie Cat® Australasia. Anglers either qualified through events in their home country or were invited to attend the event held November 9-16 on Shang Lake in Changshu, China.
The Fifth Annual Hobie Fishing World Championship is in the book. Kayak anglers from around the world fished Shang Lake for three days chasing top mouth culter, yellow cheek carp, and Chinese perch.
Planning for the third annual Sailfish Smack Down is under way, with the event scheduled for January 30-31, 2016 in Pompano Beach, FL.
Team North America is set for the fifth annual Hobie Fishing World Championship kayak fishing tournament. The North American kayak fishing team will have their hands full with 47 competitors from 19 different countries all fishing Shang Lake China for Chinese perch, topmouth cutler, and yellowcheek Carp. Read the full press release below.