In a stunning victory that required a tie-breaker procedure to decide the victor, 15-year-old Jackson Roumbanis from Russellville, Arkansas, became the youngest competitor to win a Hobie Bass Open Series (BOS) Anchored by Power-Pole® event. Competing on Russellville, AR’s famed bass haven, Lake Dardanelle, Roumbanis finished in a first-place tie with Francis Tran, 30,  of Starkville, Mississippi, each recording 165 inches of largemouth bass in the two-day, catch, photograph and release (CPR) tournament. The tie was broken by the largest fish…

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We are less than one week out from the kickoff of the Inaugural ASA Keep America Fishing Online Tournament! We encourage you to register, review the rules and prepare your gear. There are 6 species of fish and we’ve added regional categories for bass bringing us to a total of 10 categories with a whopping 24 prize packs! Presented by Johnson Outdoors, the tournament will be coordinated by Fishing Chaos, the foremost online tournament platform, and judged by Reel Tournament…

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Yesterday, Jay Przekurat stood before his family, fellow anglers and a stadium full of fans at the weigh-in of the Guaranteed Rate Bassmaster Elite Series on the Mississippi River. By qualifying at the close of Day Two, the 23-year-old Elite Champion smashed through yet another record and walked off the stage with a new trophy and his customary grin. His team back at Strike King and Lew’s are getting accustomed to seeing him with both. It has been quite a…

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Did you know the Inaugural ASA Keep America Fishing Online Tournament has a team bass competition in addition to the seven individual categories? Get your team together and compete for trophies in the Team Bass category. Does your company have a pro team? Get them signed on as well. Don’t have a team? Invite your customers to put together their own team. It’s fun and easy to do. Click the Register button to sign up or get more information about…

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Scott Robinson and Eric Scrivner both submitted a 29.5 inch walleye during the event. They were close enough that it was difficult to determine which fish was actually the longest and we decided to use a tiebreaker. From the rules: The tournament director will consider options for determining a tie, which could be 1) time of entry 2) the exact measurement instead of the ¼” measurement 3) the next largest fish submitted by each angler. A tie could also result in shared prizes.…

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