Ok fishermen, have you ever reeled in a catch as big as your truck? You anglers get a bad rap for your tendency to exaggerate just how big the catch was, but this 800-pound monster was no exaggeration. Seriously! A San Antonio man hauled in this monster last weekend.
It's boots, barbecue, and hats, along with a little NASCAR, some firearms, fishing, and pickup trucks, according to a new survey. So what city in the US has the most of all that goodness? Unfortuantely, it's not Diboll. Which we love!
You know all those plans you had to go swimming this summer? Forget them. After you see the fish a Virginia man caught earlier this month, you're not even going to want to take a shower without a spear gun...
Josh Haddox of Nacogdoches is a champ! Josh goes to school at Texas A&M and is part of a fishing team there with Timothy Temple of Bryan, TX. The two just won the National Guard FLW College Fishing Southern Conference event on Lake Eufala in Oklahoma over the weekend.
Call it beginner’s luck, since this was their very first National Guard FLW College Fishing Event. How much cash did they earn for catching all those bass?
With almost 200 public reservoirs and thousands of miles of rivers and streams, there's no shortage of public places where you can go fishing for free. Even so, experts say the best fishing holes are on private property, but fishing in them will cost you.
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