Hard to believe the 2017 season has already come and gone, but the good news is that the 2018 season is just around the corner! Below is the official press release concerning the 2018 River Bassin’ Championship in Pulaski County, MO. $75,000 in cash/prizes at stake as Pulaski County, MO, set to host the 2018 […]
Rain pounded the Carolinas the week before this event and, yet, the River Bassin’ nation still showed up, with 71 anglers willing to brave the high, stained water to go River Bassin’! The folks at Visit York County, SC, welcomed us with open arms again this year and got us in touch with a new […]
With the 2017 River Bassin’ Tournament Trail, we’ll see fewer (but on a larger scale) regional events held in 6 key areas with the trail ending in Tennessee at the championships. Given the fact that events will be spread out a bit in a geographical sense, I figured this would be a good time to […]
What would you do if you were in the middle of a river trip and you caught a new state record? You see, in kayak fishing we go by length, not weight, so it’s not really important for me to carry a scale on each trip. However, on a recent trip earlier this spring I […]
It’s almost as mythological as the Loch Ness Monster or Big Foot, but every once in a while, you experience a brief encounter with a rare 10lb + river monster. Just like Nessie and Sasquatch, once in a blue moon you get a glimpse of what looks like one, that makes you believe that they do indeed exist. […]
2015 couldn’t have ended with a better championship event. well over 150 people showed up at Caney Fork Outdoors to celebrate an amazing season! Thanks to all who participated and we look forward to seeing everyone in 2016!
The beauty of the River Bassin Tournament Trail, and rivers in general, is that they are so diverse. Bass live in swampy lowland rivers and they thrive in the mountainous rivers that were on display this past weekend in Bryson City, NC, at the Nantahala Outdoor Center. You have to know how to adapt and catch […]