FLW College Western Conference to California Delta

BETHEL ISLAND, Calif. – FLW College Fishing is headed to the California Delta May 18 for the third of four stops in the Western Conference. Fifty college teams will be competing for a top award of $2,000 and a berth in the Western Conference Invitational tournament.

“I haven’t heard of a bait that’s not working on the Delta right now,” said FLW pro Mike Folkestad of Orange, Calif., who was a 2013 inductee into the Bass Fishing Hall of Fame. “Everything’s working, frogs, topwater baits, Senkos and worms.

“The fishing is really good. The fish are at the height of their spawn right now, and by the time this tournament starts it will be the tail-end of the spawn to post-spawn fishing. The bass will be up on the banks and hiding in dead-end slews where there is not as much current. It’s going to take about 20 pounds or more to do half-decent.”

According to Folkestad, the key to winning this tournament is going to be finding larger females. Anglers should have no trouble catching 1 ½- to 3-pounders for their limit, but they are going to have to bring in at least one 4- to10-pounder to win.

Anglers will take off from Russo’s Marina located at 3995 Willow Road in Bethel Island, Calif., at 7 Saturday. Weigh-in will be held at the marina beginning at 1 p.m. Takeoff and weigh-in are free and open to the public.

Schools competing in the California Delta tournament, which is hosted by Hook, Line & Sinker, include:

Arizona State University, Phoenix – Ben Grams, Peoria, Ariz., and T.J. Biciolis, Glendale, Ariz.
Arizona State University – Austen Schmalz, Mesa, Calif., and Bobby Fletcher, Gilbert, Ariz.
Arizona State University – Cody Corley, Chandler, Ariz., and Evan Anderson, Tempe, Ariz.
California Polytechnic – Kyle Greenlaw, San Luis Obispo, Calif., and John Zeolla, Oak Park, Calif.
Chico State – James Rodgers, Willows, Calif., and Andrew Eslick, Chico, Calif.
Chico State – Bo Harkins and Michael Braswell, both of Chico, Calif.
Chico State – Andrew Loberg, Rocklin, Calif., and Nick Carrico, Oroville, Calif.
Colorado State University – Benjamin Robey and Michael Harpell, both of Fort Collins, Colo.
Colorado State University – Chris Sabina, Fort Collins, Colo., and Zachary Zasada, Greeley, Colo.
California State University-Monterey Bay – Andrew Sjostrom and Joshua Smith, both of Seaside, Calif.
California State University-Monterey Bay – Arik Anastasiou, Carpinteria, Calif., and Victoria Johnson, Marina, Calif.
California State University-Monterey Bay – Matthew Diaz and Sebastian Resendiz, both of Castroville, Calif.
California State University-Long Beach – Justin Gangel and Alex Cox, both of Long Beach, Calif.
California State University-Long Beach – Alex Pisarski, Costa Mesa, Calif., and Alfredo Gutierrez, Inglewood, Calif.
Dixie State University – Mathew Baker and Nordel Erickson, both, of St. George, Utah
Eastern Washington University – Cy Floyd, Wenatchee, Wash., and Jesse Squires, Cheney, Wash.
Eastern Washington University – Jarid Gabbert, Spokane Valley, Wash., and Tyler Wasiilewski, Cheney, Wash.
Eastern Washington University – Nick Barr, Cheney, Wash., and Jarred Walker, Westerville, Ohio
Fresno State – Dustin Franco, Hollister, Calif., and Joseph Piedimonte, Fresno, Calif.
Fresno State – Shai Van Gelder and Corey Harris, both of Fresno, Calif.
Fresno State – Thomas Duval, Fresno, Calif., and Moses Menchaca, Clovis, Calif.
Humboldt State University – Alex Robbins, Novato, Calif., and Jeffrey Russell, Eureka, Calif.
Humboldt State University – Christopher Childers, McKinleyville, Calif., and Erich Coulter, Arcata, Calif.
Humboldt State University – Derrick Hicks, Lincoln, Calif., and Graeme Lock, Arcata, Calif.
Northern Arizona University – Alex Stewart and Carter Vickers, both of Flagstaff, Ariz.
Northern Arizona University – Daniel Vine and Andrew Cates both of Flagstaff, Ariz.
Oregon State University – Colton Thomas and Ryan Bell both of Corvallis, Ore.
Oregon State University – Zach Martinez, Linden, Calif., and Derek Mathes, Corvallis, Ore.
Sacramento State – Greg Taluban and Kyle Derbish both of Sacramento, Calif.
Sacramento State – Thomas Kanemoto, Elk Grove, Calif., and Christopher Wells, Sacramento, Calif.
Sacramento State – Andrew Lippert, Sacramento, Calif., and Travis Kuhn, Lodi, Calif.
San José State University – Andrew Sumi, Hercules, Calif., and Jake Newby, San José, Calif.
San José State University – Cody Wilson, Newark, Calif., and Adam McAndrews, Santa Clara, Calif.
San José State University – Russyl Soto, Elk Grove, Calif., and Anthony Lee, San José, Calif.
Sonoma State University – Brandon Fischer, Rohnert Park, Calif., and Brendan Castro, Lafayette, Calif
Sonoma State University – Andrien Briens, Carlsbad, Calif., and Ernest Gorham, Rohnert Park, Calif.
University of California-Davis – Christopher Beck, Diamond Springs, Calif., and Michael Manas, Carmel Valley, Calif.
University of California-Santa Cruz – Greg Christie, Santa Cruz, Calif., and Jacob Sandler, Fairfax, Calif.
University of California-Santa Cruz – Tyler Brownell, Santa Cruz, Calif., and Jason Coslovich, San José, Calif.
University of Nevada-Reno – Chester Lebsack, Reno, Nev., and Brandon Cramer, Petaluma, Calif.
University of Nevada-Reno – Xavier Green, Reno, Nev., and Jake Tessmann, Minden, Nev.
University of Oregon – Kaitlin Tanner, Eugene, Ore., and Eric Lee, Mather, Calif.
University of Oregon – Kyle Schneider, Beaverton, Ore., and David Wilson, Carmichael, Calif.
University of Oregon – Mitchell Cole, Jefferson, Ore., and Zachary Niesen, Mill Valley, Calif.
University of the Pacific – Garrett Brown, Stockton, Calif., and Siddhartha Nag, Cupertino, Calif.
University of Wyoming – Michael Barbero, Arvada, Colo., and Tyler Stingley, Laramie, Wyo.
University of Wyoming – Tyler Webber, Powell, Wyo., and Taylor Armstrong, Laramie, Wyo.
Utah Valley University – Aaron Warner, Orem, Utah, and Cathleen Martinez, Spanish Fork, Utah
Utah Valley University – Seth Hausman, Sandy, Utah, and Weston Brierley, Orem, Utah
Utah Valley University – Tate Brown, Heber, Utah, and Zachari Taylor Hansen, Idaho

FLW College Fishing teams compete in four qualifying events in one of five conferences – Central, Northern, Southern, Southeastern and Western. The top fifteen teams from each regular-season tournament will qualify for one of five conference invitational tournaments. The top ten teams from each conference invitational tournament will advance to the 2014 FLW College Fishing National Championship.

College Fishing is free to enter and FLW Outdoors provides boats and drivers for each competing team along with travel allowances. All participants must be registered, full-time undergraduate students at a four-year college or university and members of a fishing club recognized by their college or university.
For regular updates, photos, tournament news and more, follow College Fishing on Facebook at Facebook.com/FLWFishing and on Twitter at Twitter.com/FLWFishing. Visit CollegeFishing.com to sign up or to start a club at your school.

ABOUT FLW
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Clear Lake Fishing Report

Water Temp 67-74 deg

Water clear to stained.

Fishing is good for big bites right now at clear lake, fish are in all three phases of the spawn. Fishing in bays and on points is sure to land you some big bass.  Top water is good in the late afternoons on warm days. For your best overall results use creature baits, senkos and flip baits near spawning areas. The fish are changing weekly on wear they are spawning so move around alot. Drop shots have been consitant as well.  Good Luck!

Clear Lake Ronnies gettin froggy!

Here is a 8.80lb Clear Lake bass to anchor Rons 33.03 Lb limit of Bass.

Max Ludlow with a nice Clear lake Bass!

 

 

 

Bassmaster Elite Series to Alabama River May 9-12

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The Bassmaster Elite Series has never been to Montgomery for a regular-season event, but the May 9-12 Alabama River Charge presented by Star brite will be like a homecoming.

Elite Series owner B.A.S.S., now based in Birmingham, Ala., was founded in Montgomery in 1968 by Ray Scott, a lifelong resident of the Capitol City. The birthplace of modern bass fishing, Montgomery has been the site of several top-tier Bassmaster competitions, including the Bassmaster Classic in 1981 and 1982. Most recently, Montgomery hosted three consecutive Elite Series postseasons, from 2009 to 2011.

But Montgomery has never seen a regular-season Elite Series event, when 100 of the world’s best bass pros launch their high-tech, wrapped rigs and put on a four-day show that attracts thousands of fans. At the March 2013 season opener in Orange, Texas, 33,650 people turned out over four days, setting a new Elite Series attendance record.

“Montgomery area fans have a chance to challenge Texas for the record,” said Trip Weldon, B.A.S.S. tournament director and native of Montgomery.

“We’ve always had super fan interest for Bassmaster tournaments in Alabama, and Montgomery has the perfect setting for a big event like the River Charge,” Weldon said.

This week the Elite pros are on West Point Lake in LaGrange, Ga., for the season’s fourth event. As soon as it’s over, they’ll head to Montgomery for their May 6-8 practice time for the May 9-12 competition days.

Several of the newer Elite pros have never been to the Alabama River, but many of the others are veterans of the fishery known for feisty spotted bass as well as largemouth bass. Elite pro Paul Elias won the 1982 Classic on the Alabama, and he placed seventh in the 1981 Classic, also on the Alabama. Seven-time Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year Kevin VanDam won each of the final two postseason events in 2009 and 2010 on the Alabama River, clinching the Toyota Trucks Bassmaster Angler of the Year titles for those years in the process.

The most recent Elite pro to win on the Alabama River was Ott DeFoe, the postseason champ of 2011. He bested Edwin Evers by 5 ounces in a head-to-head final round of a three-day elimination competition.

“I have not been back since I won, and I’m definitely looking forward to it,” DeFoe said. “I have good memories of the time I spent there, and I’m ready to get back and do it again.”

By “it” he means hook more of the spotted bass he weighed in for his first Elite title.

“Where I live, we have Kentucky spots,” said DeFoe, 27, who calls Knoxville, Tenn., home. “The spots on the Alabama River are definitely a lot meaner, no doubt about it. They’re very aggressive and strong.”

He said he’ll be looking for one key condition: “If you have current, they bite. If you don’t, they don’t.”

DeFoe noted that a May trip to the river vs. the late July 2011 postseason means that the bass might have more tricks up their fins. “Like always, we will have to adjust to the conditions we find when we get there,” DeFoe said.

The Elite field will compete for a first-place prize of $100,000, an instant-in for the 2014 Bassmaster Classic, and points that count toward a Classic qualification and the Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year award.

Fans are invited to watch the pros kick off the Alabama River Charge presented by Star brite each day at 6:30 a.m. CT at Montgomery’s Riverfront Park (200 Coosa St., Montgomery, AL 36104). Anglers return to the park to weigh their catches beginning at 3:15 p.m. CT at the Riverfront Park Amphitheatre on Thursday and Friday and at the Riverfront Park Union Station Train Shed on Saturday and Sunday.

While the pros are on the river, fans can enjoy the Bassmaster Elite Series Expo, which will open at noon Thursday-Sunday. All Bassmaster fan activities are free and open to the public.

Bassmaster.com will provide extensive online coverage. Features include live, streaming video and real-time leaderboards during the weigh-ins; blogs and videos from the water; the Lowrance War Room, which features data and analysis from the BASSTrakk catch reports; daily results; photo galleries; news stories and much more.

ESPN2 will air coverage of the Alabama River Charge presented by Star brite on June 2 from 8-9 a.m. ET on The Bassmasters TV show.

The local host of the event is the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce, http://www.montgomerychamber.com/. For more details, visit Bassmaster.com.

2013 Bassmaster Elite Series Official Sponsors: Toyota, Bass Pro Shops, Berkley, Evan Williams Bourbon, Humminbird, Mercury, Minn Kota, Nitro Boats, Skeeter Boats, Triton Boats, Yamaha

2013 Bassmaster Elite Series Supporting Sponsors: Carhartt, Diet Mountain Dew, Livingston Lures, Lowrance, Luck-E-Strike, Power-Pole, Ramada, Shimano

2013 Bassmaster Elite Series Proud Partner: Mustang Survival

About B.A.S.S.
For more than 45 years, B.A.S.S. has served as the authority on bass fishing. The organization advances the sport through advocacy, outreach and an expansive tournament structure while connecting directly with the passionate community of bass anglers through its Bassmaster media vehicles.

The Bassmaster brand and its multimedia platforms are guided by a mission to serve all fishing fans. Through its industry-leading publications – Bassmaster Magazine and B.A.S.S. Times – comprehensive website Bassmaster.com and ESPN2 and Outdoor Channel television programming, Bassmaster provides rich, leading-edge content true to the lifestyle.

The Bassmaster Tournament Trail includes the Bassmaster Elite Series, Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Open Series, Carhartt Bassmaster College Series, B.A.S.S. Nation events and the ultimate celebration of competitive fishing, the Bassmaster Classic.

B.A.S.S. offers an array of services to its more than 500,000 members and remains focused on issues related to conservation and water access. The organization is headquartered in Birmingham, Ala.

Spring Break 2013 Father and Daughter trip

Each of the last three years I have taken off Spring Break while my kid is out of School. This year again we had plans for a few days of traveling and fishing together. This is truly a blast to spend this much time with my kid. I let my kid choose where we go and this year it was Bullards bar, The Delta and Lake Berryessa. A few miles in three days,but here we go. My kid does not want to bring a tent or rent a room along the way. She wants to pack a ton of food and Truck Camp. “Pillows ,blankets and food is all we need Dad.” Ill admit this fits my style perfectly.  She did ask we BBQ some hot dogs from the tail gate of the truck.  Some guy will be happy someday! My girl at age 10 slept the first 2 days on the boat almost all day, this has never happened before. Usually she eats and eats and eats and then talks up a late winter storm all day! She needed the Spring Break too! the third day a very well rested Daughter was back on track, she ate like crazy all day and the talking storm began. It was quite funny to hear all her ideas as her mind wandered while on out on the lake. Finally fisher girl had showed up. Taking the pole from me after each hookset until Dad said sorry this ones for me! She then wanted to bed fish for some Smallmouth we found at Lake Berryessa, now this was funny to see her miss the bite for 30 minutes straight. “Then she says Dad” “show me again how to do this” And wow what a quick learner she was! Wack, Bam, Boom 3 lbers were coming to the boat as Lil Howe was wackin them! After a 5 minute flurry she says to me ” im good now Dad you get em”.  On our trip my kid took many cool pictures since at 10 she understands the I Phone better than Apple does! She wanted to share some with you! Other photo’s provided by BHQ.

Take the time to spend days with your kid each year and get to know them alot better before they grow up too fast!


Amber Howe 10 years old I touch in hand.

Daughter and Dad working together.

Ya im a Cool Girl, notice the I touch in the seat,she is watching a movie on the boat!

Bullards Spotted Bass

Bullards morning sky

Father Daughter talk.

Photo by BHQ.

A 7.9 lb Spotted Bass Mr. Howe makes them look small.

Letting go a 6.6lb Spotted Bass

Cool shot by BHQ.

Lake Berryessa Sky picture by Amber Howe

Panoramic picture taken by Amber Howe “this is how to use your camera Dad”

My kid with first ever bed fish!

Amber was on a flurry for 5 minutes! Nice Smallmouth kid!

 

 

 

 

 

Lake Berryessa fishing Report

Water temp from 58 tp 65 deg

water clear

weather sunny,to party cloudy

Its spring time and the kid picked Lake Berryessa, her choice so off we go. Fished south early and the bite was tough we caught a few Spotted Bass on points with Monster Shad Senkos. Fished coves for a few Largemouth to 3 lbs but very slow fishing. Moved up to big island and started getting more bites , but small fish. Moved North and fished shallow. Then it was on we caught over 40 Smallmouth Bass all clones 2.75 to 3.25 lbs with a few 4 lb Largemouth mixed in.  Blind casting Senko’s with Zappu nail weights on the flats, what a blast! Left when the sun went down. My kid took some awsome pictures of the sky! Its spawning season please catch and release!

Amber Howe gets her Smallie on!

 


Ron Howe with this nice Lake Berryessa Smallmouth Bass.

Panaramic photo by Amber Howe with I Phone 5

 

Jay Yelas signs with Typoon

Yelas Opts for Typhoon in 2013

 

 

March  2013

 

CORVALLIS, OR – Chevy Pro Jay Yelas goes with Typhoon® Polarized Optics for 2013 season.  The tour veteran will be utilizing the Typhoon®sunglasses exclusively while on tour.  Yelas stated, “Typhoon® makes great glasses in a large number of styles.  Protecting my eyes both from damaging sun rays, hooks, weights and other objects is important for any angler. Typhoon® offers great glasses at very affordable prices. Plus, with their ‘Wear It to Win it’ program, there is a good chance for any angler to win cash.”

 

Yelas, the FLW Tour pro, has amassed over 2.1 million in career earnings, over $880,000 of which has come on the FLW Tour.  While Yelas has qualified for nine FLW Cups , including seven straight since 2006. He has also won a Bassmaster Classic (2002, Lay Lake) and an additional five Bassmaster events.  Overall, Yelas has finished in the Top-10 an astounding 72 times between the FLW Tour and BASS Tours.  

 

Typhoon® Polarized Optics sunglasses are available in three different Aquaview® lens transmissions: Copper Rose, Horizon Grey and Sunset Brown. Typhoon® sunglasses are currently available in 20 different styles and are all backed by a full lifetime warranty. Typhoon® also has several sunglass models that are available to use with prescription lenses. Typhoons® retail between $59.99 and $69.99 and include a floating optical case and protective microfiber bag that doubles as a cleaning cloth. For more information on the complete line of Typhoon® Polarized Optics and to find your local authorized dealer, visit Typhoon.com.

Lake Berryessa Fishing report

Lake Berryessa Fishing Report

water temps 50-52 deg

Water clear to stained.

Weather cold Northern winds , windy

Ima pinjack crank baits fished early in the morning are providing good bites from Smallmouth Bass. Senkos , Berkley Chigger Craws and small plastics are all catching fish right now. Most areas will hold 1-3 fish then you need to move around. Points,flats,and Island tops all have fish. Some good sized spotted bass have been biting near the mouth to the narrows. Largemouth have been in staging areas leading to spawning bays.

Fish shallow and deep, 2ft to 35ft fish change every day right now so mix it up!

 

 

21lbs to win at Lake Oroville!

John McClellan and Ryan Friend crush 21lbs at Lake Oroville to win USAC Pro Teams!

PLACE BOATER NON-BOATER WEIGHT MONEY
1 JOHN MCCLELLAN RYAN FRIEND 21.44 3087
2 ROCK DOUGLASS KEVIN DAVIS 12.13 716
3 KRAIG BARNEY TONY HOLT 11.91 1375
4 TONY RAINEY FRED PRESTON 11.75 1014
5 MIKE FRIEND BILL FRIEND 11.69 448
6 JESSE MARTIN JARED WALKER 11.60 380
7 GLEN LOCKHART JOE HINKLE 11.18 346
8 JEFF HARDIN TERRI BITTNER 10.70 288
9 BRENT CLIINE PAUL FOOR 10.65 0
10 WAYNE RITTER ERIC RITTER 10.41 0
11 PHILIP GARCIA BRAD MARR 10.32 0
12 ALAX PARKER TIM BRIDGES 10.31 0
13 BRAD BONINO MIKE TANAKA 10.30 0
14 BRAD TAGGART DAVE RUSH 10.24 0
15 RON GANDOLFI VIC PETKUS 10.09 0
15 SCOTT REYNOLDS BILLY REYNOLDS 10.09 0
17 DAN WELLS JON BRADFORD 9.87 0
18 STEVE FLANDERS FRANK ONO 9.86 0
19 JOHN MAES GARY JONES 9.83 0
20 KELLY EAGLETON DOUG MCKA 9.74 0
21 STEVE MELLOW MIKE MENNE 9.68 225
22 MARK MENDEZ BILLY PUENGATE 9.63 225
23 MIKE NIX JOSH PELFREY 9.60 0
24 PHIL BLANCO JON BAKKEN 9.56 0
25 DON REIGHLEY TIM LITTLE 9.55 0
26 DUGAN MCINTOSH RYAN MCINTOSH 9.46 0
27 DALLAS MERRICK VERN ROBERTS 9.01 0
28 DON SWANSON DOUG ABLEMAN 9.00 0
29 RICK WARREN JASPER WARREN 8.94 0
30 GARY SOUZA LONNIE DAVIDSON 8.74 0
31 DAN CRONE CLAY KETTELL 8.73 0
32 ERIC CRONE KYLE MORGAN 8.72 0
33 JAMES AVALOS DARIN AVALOS 8.48 0
34 CODY MEYER JR WRIGHT 8.39 0
35 JOEL DAL PORTO BEV DAL PORTO 8.33 0
36 TRAVIS BESS FIL TORRES 8.17 0
37 STEVE KLEIN ALAX KLEIN 7.45 0
38 MARK GODFREY TAD NUSS 6.60 0
39 WAYNE CHANEY MARK STRINGER 5.76 0
40 OWEN THATCHER ISAAC LAWRENCE 1.62 0
41 MATT DAL PORTO CHRIS DAL PORTO 0.00 0
42 CHRIS STOREY DALTON PATTERSON 0.00 0
43 CONNER ANDERSON JOSEPH HARP 0.00 0

 

Lake Berryessa Fishing report

Water Temp 50-52 deg

Weather cold front passing thru then sunny skies

Water color clear to stained

This was a fun trip Bob Tyler called me up and said Ill pay for gas and bring the grub! Thats all I needed to hear Im all in! The lake has gone down a foot in 2 weeks. We bounced around all day catching  some nice Smallmouth Bass on the new IMA Pinjack 200crankbait. We also caught fish on plastics in natural colors in the canyon. Overall fishing was slow on the main lake, but good in the Canyon. And the grub was spot on! Thanks Mrs Tyler!

Good Luck!

Ron Howe with a nice Smallmouth Bass caught on a IMA Pinjack 200 crankbait

Ron Howe with a nice Largemouth Bass caught on a IMA Pinjack 200 crankbait

Bob Tyler holds up a nice Smallmouth Bass!

Ron Howe with a nice Smallmouth Bass caught on a IMA Pinjack 200 crankbait

 

Revamp your old Bass Boat Seats

 

All of our boats eventually get old. Sun and ozone break down the products we use and begin to show their age. Our boat seats get all of this abuse and a whole lot more! Your buddies climb all over your seats with their work boots on. Fish guts ,blood, food, soda spills and a cigarette burn or two are all common things that happen to our Bass Boat Seats. None of  these wear and tear issues come from you the boat owner right? Either way the seats will get old and have a way of making us not feel so good about our overall boat appearance.

I had been looking into getting my seats re-upholstered , but with the quotes I was getting Id rather purchase a new HDS right?  I made many calls and just couldn’t justify the cost of getting my seats re-done, but the look was wearing on me.  My boat for its age is in overall good shape. A set of new seats would be the ticket for sure! I was browsing other websites online and found a website Ive never heard of called Bassboatcentral.com . On this website it had a link to Bassboatseats.com I looked around at the products and sent in a price quote request simply because I felt like it was not true a full set of seats for how much? I got a response in one day. Now I can afford to get new seats.

My seat order was easy and came quickly. The seats are super easy to install.  You will need to remove your old seats first. You will need a drill, a marking pen and a screwdriver along with a few small blocks of wood to hold the seat in place for you and that’s it your done! So if your thinking of new boat seats check out Bassboatseats.com always free shipping to your door!  Here are some photos of my boat from start to finish.  I transformed my 1996 Nitro into a totally new look!   

My drivers seat was 16 years old and the cracks allowed for water in my seat and a wet butt!

Drivers seat removed you can see the tears in the passenger bench seat.

Drivers side installed look at the difference!

Passenger seat installed!

I added a new step thru where my old seat was.

Making progress!

Console shot new seats all around with new step thru.

I hope this helps you consider now you have an affordable way to change your seats and uprgade your ride!

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