Edwin Evers Get Hooked on Water Safety

OOLOGAH, Oklahoma — A sign featuring professional bass fisherman and Oklahoma native Edwin Evers and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers mascot Bobber is displayed at the Skull Hollow recreation area at Oologah Lake, Oklahoma, Sept. 5, 2011.

2012 Bassmaster Elite Series Schedule

CELEBRATION, Fla. — Lucky 7 plus one marks the 2012 Bassmaster Elite Series schedule. It’s the seventh year of the world’s premier competitive bass fishing circuit and with it comes seven premium venues for the world’s top professional anglers ... plus one “Mystery Lake.”

Elite schedule all about timing

Expect some surprises along with big smiles when the 2012 Bassmaster Elite Series schedule is released Tuesday, Jerry McKinnis said.

MLF Role A Chance To Give Back To Sport

Having fished his first tournament as a professional in 1979, Gary Klein has competed under just about every format that's ever been dreamed up for this sport. He's also built a reputation over those three-plus decades as an even-keeled, fair-minded individual.

Edwin Evers’ shallow water system gallery

Any good system starts with good equipment. For Evers, it centers on his rod and reel, a 7-foot heavy Pro Qualifier paired with a 6.3:1 Pro Qualifier reel. “I’m not a big fan of a heavy 7 1/2-foot flipping sticks,” Evers said. “That’s hard on my elbows. This rod is light, and I can flip a bait way up under cover.”


Tommy Sanders interviews Luck "E" Strike's Bobby Dennis, and looks at Edwin Evers' Elite Series career. Episode 8 - 8.


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BASS TALK LIVE with Edwin Evers

Outdoor Channel, Pro Anglers Form ‘MAJOR LEAGUE FISHING’

TULSA, Okla. – Declaring the creation of a new game, with new rules and no limits, Outdoor Channel, America’s Leader in Outdoor TV, and 24 of the world’s premiere competitive bass fishing anglers have come together to form MAJOR LEAGUE FISHING. This new sports organization will feature competitive bass fishing events designed to bring high-intensity challenges to the competitors and entertainment, as well as insight, to audiences.

Major League Fishing to be based in Tulsa

The Outdoor Channel and a group of 24 top anglers announced Thursday they have formed Major League Fishing, an organization owned jointly by the cable television company and the anglers. The organization will be Tulsa-based with Winnercom producing the shows. The idea is to spice up bass fishing with new rules and a new format to give greater insight into what anglers go through and capture the drama to draw in more viewers, Rucks said. "The goal is to expand the sport of bass fishing by presenting a different product that will attract a broader base of viewers for the sport," he said. 

Butcher, Evers Enjoy “The Derby”

Three years ago, with the help of a local newspaper reporter, Bassmaster Elite Series pros Terry Butcher and Edwin Evers started an annual kids fishing derby on a pond near Oklahoma’s Lake Oologah. The third annual event, completed on June 4, proved their efforts were well-spent.


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