Brian and Renee Hensley had a limit of five bass totaling 9.51 pounds to win the Casting Couples tournament on Fish Lake near Marcellus, Mich.
The winners ($290) used Yamamoto grubs in 15-feet of water and Spro frogs in the lily pads to catch their limit.
Garmin International, Inc. earned the coveted “Best of Show” award for its new Panoptix LiveScope at the world’s largest sportfishing trade show, the International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades (ICAST), held recently in in Orlando, Fla.
Bryce and Hillary Stewart (Hillsdale, Mich.) was the only team that had a limit of five keeper bass to win the Casting Couples tournament on Randall Chain July 1.
The winners ($280) had 8.85 pounds caught up the creek on Centipedes.
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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - Since the Bassmaster Elite Series made a two-week trip to the West Coast back in 2015, fans of the sport have been clamoring for the world's premier bass fishing circuit to return to that region.
Now, they're about to get their wish.
B.A.S.S. officials unveiled an action-packed 2019 Elite Series schedule today that includes a Western swing in mid-June with back-to-back trips to Sacramento, Calif., for an event on the California Delta and to Tri-Cities, Wash., for a tournament on the Columbia River.
The Columbia River will be one of three first-time destinations for the Elite Series, along with Lake Lanier in Georgia and Lake Hartwell in South Carolina.