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Archive for June, 2012

PAA Congratulates Faircloth

[ 1 ] June 29, 2012

Congratulations to PAA pro Todd Faircloth for his winning efforts last week at the Bassmaster Elite Series Mississippi River Rumble event.

For Harold Allen, the Worm Never Fell Out of Favor

For Harold Allen, the Worm Never Fell Out of Favor

[ 2 ] June 22, 2012

Veteran PAA pro Harold Allen, an original member of the “Hemphill Gang” at Toledo Bend, caught his first bass on a plastic worm long before most of the current crop of pros fished their first tournaments.

Burns, Grice and Power Join PAA Board of Directors

[ 0 ] June 21, 2012

Four current members and veterans of the fishing industry have been elected to serve on the Professional Anglers Association Board of Directors.

DelVisco: Don’t Overlook Boat Docks

DelVisco: Don’t Overlook Boat Docks

[ 2 ] June 15, 2012

Docks are some of the most complex structures we have to catch bass and perhaps a type of cover that many anglers fish but the question is, how effectively?

Congratulations to Chapman & Lefebre

[ 1 ] June 11, 2012

Congratulations to PAA pros Dave Lefebre and Brent Chapman for their winning efforts this past week.

Monumental Sportsmen’s Act of 2012 Introduced in the Senate

[ 0 ] June 11, 2012

The sportfishing industry applauds the introduction of a large package of pro-sportsmen legislation in the Senate as an amendment to the Farm Bill.

Buffet on the Bend

[ 0 ] June 5, 2012

On Sunday, June 3rd PAA Bassmaster Elite Series anglers were welcomed to Toledo Bend by PAA President Dave Mansue who hosted a, “Buffet on the Bend.” Of the 79 Bassmaster Elite Series anglers who are PAA members 30 were able to arrive at the lake in time to enjoy a bountiful buffet, refreshments, comradery and good conversation.

Mark Rose: Learning to Love the Offshore Bite

Mark Rose: Learning to Love the Offshore Bite

[ 2 ] June 4, 2012

For a river rat like Mark Rose, raised fishing the shallow oxbows of the Arkansas and Mississippi Rivers, offshore structure fishing was initially a conundrum that he could avoid.