Sturtevant, Wis. – Evinrude announced today that Team Evinrude Professional Angler Carl Jocumsen won the Bassmaster Elite event held on Lake Tenkiller in Cookson, Oklahoma, September 19-22. His four-day total weight of 54-pounds, 15-ounces earned him $100,000 and his first Elite win. Jocumsen is also the first Australian to ever win a Bassmaster Elite event. Yesterday, after placing third and trailing leader Kyle Monti by four pounds, eight ounces, Jocumsen boldly stated that he believed he was on the fish…

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We think this is the greatest comeback in the history of professional sports! The last time we talked to our buddy, Tommy Skarlis, he was in a hospital bed at the Mayo Clinic. Now he is on the mend and emceeing tournaments and getting ready to fish in a major crappie championship event. Tommy Skarlis is unbelievable! Tommy also tells us about a very deserving honor that he will be receiving. He deserves it! Patrick Neu is the Executive Director…

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  Small water often equals big crappie. Just ask World Record Holder Jam Ferguson. And you will find spinning rods in the hands of most crappie anglers, but Gary Lewis explains why fly rods should never be ignored… even if you’re fishing with kids. And Senior Writer Tim Huffman shares a one-on-one interview with crappie professional Russ Bailey, host of Brushpile Fishing TV. All in the October 2019 Edition of CrappieNOW. Opening CastIs anybody out there? We know there are.…

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Boaters and anglers across the country love to spend time on the water taking in beautiful views, spending time with family and, of course, fishing!  America’s boaters are also the original conservationists, and we know that keeping our nation’s waters healthy and clean is critical to preserving our way of life. Unfortunately, every year, between five and 14 million tons of trash enter our oceans.  Some studies have estimated that by the year 2025 our oceans will be so polluted…

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  The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Regions 7 and 8 have launched the “See a Bloom, Give It Room” High School Video Challenge. The competition, supported by EPA’s Office of Research and Development, is calling for videos from high school students (grades 9-12) that promote public awareness of harmful algal blooms through creative filmmaking. The contest is open to high school students or teams in EPA Regions 7 and 8: Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, North Dakota, Nebraska, South Dakota,…

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