Pickwick Lake site of BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship

The BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship will feature nearly 200 teams of collegiate bass anglers this week as the 2013 season comes to a close.

The two-day tournament runs May 23-24 on Pickwick Lake in Florence, Ala.

However, beginning on Monday May 20, vendors and exhibits will be open to the public.

TFO is proud to sponsor the BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing circuit and will be hand all weekend showing rods and answering questions.

For more information on this event, please visit: http://goo.gl/xghV5

According to a press release by BoatUS, angler should be expecting to use a variety of baits this weekend, on what has been proven to be a very active lake.

According to the article, those after the deep bite should be throwing baits such as, “Livingston deep-diving crankbaits, 10-inch worms, 5/8 ounce football jigs, big flutter spoons and absolutely weighted swimbaits.

Those after the shallow lying fish should rig-up with baits like, “The Tilapia-colored Big Bite Yo Mama and hollow-bodied frogs.”

The tournament starts on Thursday until Friday, however events and practice days run throughout this week.

To keep an eye on the leader board, check out: http://goo.gl/vkv8q 


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