I was privileged to again help with the Nebraska state high school bass fishing championship tournaments this year. I got a few pictures, and some details to tell, but let me start with the basic news release: Sutherland team wins high school bass tournament July 23, 2018 LINCOLN, Neb. – The Sutherland team of brothers Hunter and Jaron Cooper won the Bass Federation – Student Angler Federation Nebraska High School Bass Tournament Championship at Lewis and Clark Lake’s Weigand Marina …Read More »
Stop the Presses, BIG FISH!
I started getting notifications about a big fish caught over the weekend, a really big fish. So, I realize this has been all over the internet already and has hit at least one newspaper; you may have already heard about it, but even if you have, I know folks love hearing about and seeing big fish! It appears our rod & reel state record for paddlefish has been broken! Tom Keller from Malcolm was enjoying our paddlefish snagging season in …Read More »
Say It Isn’t So!
Bad news in today’s blog post. It is very important that every user of Nebraska’s waters is aware of this and what they can do about it! Zebra Mussels Found at Lewis and Clark Lake LINCOLN – Cooperation from boaters and anglers is urgently needed to prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species following the discovery of zebra mussels in Lewis and Clark Lake in northeast Nebraska. Earlier this week, the South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks found …Read More »
2015 High School Bass Fishing Championship
This year’s high school bass fishing championship is in the books; time to give you my perspective. Here is the news release: North Platte’s Pavelka, Rowland Win State High School Fishing Title LINCOLN – Grant Pavelka and Tyler Rowland of the North Platte Bass Bosses caught a five-fish limit weighing 9.86 pounds to capture the Nebraska High School Fishing Championship on July 25 at Lewis and Clark Lake near Crofton. The winning team’s largest bass weighed 2.35 pounds. Ben Pavelka …Read More »
Adventure Report, June 5, 2013
A couple of months ago I warned that I would be “out of the office” as much as possible. Well, I have been; have enjoyed this spring immensely. In fact I have enjoyed it so much that I have not given a fishing report recently. Time to get caught up. . . . Lewis & Clark To start, I have to go back a couple weeks, back before the Memorial Day holiday. Some of the Nebraska Walleye Association folks, http://www.nebraskawalleye.com/ …Read More »