It was their second time at an AIM tournament, and the team of Loren DesJardins and Jake Rasmuson became first-time winners, taking home $3,000 in Sunday’s AIM Weekend Walleye Series Warrior Boats/Mild2Wild Open, in AIM’s first visit to Lake Audubon, at Totten Trail. “Our teams caught bass, muskie, northerns, and oh yeah, walleye, making this one on Audubon a special tournament, and a great warm-up for June 30 on Sakakawea proper,” said Denny Fox, AIM national tournament director. “Many teams…

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A big challenge for many R3 agencies and organizations is effectively engaging the next generation of anglers. One solution is Into The Outdoors, a new innovative program that’s giving the entire R3 community free educational media that connects with today’s youth and empowers kids to make decisions about outdoor pursuits in three ways: online media, television, and peer-driven classroom learning. This new program, Getting Families Fishing, has been created and distributed by the Emmy-winning Into the Outdoors Education Network through…

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Ponca City, Okla. – June 18th, 2019 – An exciting new opportunity for the fishermen and women of the 2019 North American Bass Circuit (NABC) comes up July 13th. Garmin presents the trophy at this popular fishing and recreation destination for the third stop of the Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s NABC season.   Anglers will get to experience some of the best largemouth bass fishing the circuit has to offer on the Chain O’ Lakes. With just about any…

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View this email online Just imagine sitting on a five-gallon bucket along the river bank. All you need are rods and reels, terminal tackle, some worms, and forked sticks to catch some nice catfish. Bank fishing is a simple but effective way to catch some cats. Catfish ConnectionsWhat I like about catfishing is that almost anyone can get into the action of catching varying sizes of fish and sizable numbers. And I have always loved to fish… Tips for Bank-Fishing…

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