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Cherry Wins Second-Straight Bassmaster Classic at Ray Roberts

Hank Cherry now occupies some rare air in the sport of professional bass fishing, and he has the bank statements to prove it. The Lincolnton, N.C., pro, caught five bass Sunday that weighed 13 pounds, 1 ounce and won the Academy Sports + Outdoors Bassmaster Classic presented by Huk with a three-day total of 50 pounds, 15 ounces.
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Flipping and flopping at Ray Roberts

This lake has the reputation of being hot one day and cold the next. Throw in an unexpected thunderstorm that caused a two-hour delay to today’s takeoff and you’ve got the formula for the unexpected. At 12:30, yesterday’s leaders, Steve Kennedy and Patrick Walters, who were separated by only 9 ounces, have fallen to 6th and 8th place, respectively. Both have two keepers weighing 3-plus pounds.
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All scenarios possible at Ray Roberts

FORT WORTH, Texas — Last year when Hank Cherry won the Bassmaster Classic he weighed 29 pounds, 3 ounces, on Day 1 and never fell out of first place on the way to a wire-to-wire win on Alabama’s Lake Guntersville. The last time the Classic was held in Texas, on...
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Balog: Who'll fare well at Ray Roberts?

Who'll end up holding the trophy at this year's Bassmaster Classic? No one will know until Sunday, but Joe Balog has a few anglers in mind whom he expects to fare well. Spoiler alert: His pick to win is not a Bassmaster Elite Series competitor. To read this week's edition...
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Unexpected scene on Ray Roberts

We made a quick move across the lake to find Micah Frazier fishing flooded shoreline cover. An unusual scene for the former Elite Series champion who is a great offshore structure fisherman. “I don’t really want to be fishing like this now,” Frazier said when asked if he expected to...
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Ray Roberts fish few and far between

Anglers met up at the angler registration and, of course, talk turned toward what each experienced in their three days of practice Friday through Sunday. A group of (from left) Drew Cook, Matt Herren, Brad Whatley and Frank Talley chatted for a bit in the Omni Hotel in downtown Fort Worth. Like most all Texas fisheries, the 29,000-acre lake an hour north has big bass, but they commented it’s not loaded with fish and finding bites has been inconsistent, even sporadic.
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Ray Roberts hosing Bassmaster Classic

Starting Friday morning and ending Sunday afternoon, the best known bass tournament in fishing will take place in Texas. More specifically on Lake Ray Roberts, just north of Fort Worth. Fifty-four bass from all over the world will be competing in this “grand daddy” of all bass events — The...
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Registration at Ray Roberts

Classic jerseys showcase an angler's sponsors and some personal touches too. Here's a look at every angler competing in the 2021 Academy Sports + Outdoors Bassmaster Classic presented by Huk!
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The science of Ray Roberts

FORT WORTH, Texas — The 2021 Academy Sports + Outdoors Bassmaster Classic presented by Huk is coming to Lake Ray Roberts, June 11-13. Everything is bigger in Texas, including the bass. Will the fishery produce genetically superior trophy bass during the Classic? We turned to an expert to find out.
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Bassmaster Classic at Ray Roberts has dates shift

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause death, suffering, and daily disruption in North Texas and beyond, the outdoors calendar continues to be shuffled, even in our own backyard. Word of the latest scheduling change came a few days ago when officials with the Bass Anglers Sportsman Society (B.A.S.S.) announced...
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Bassmaster Classic at Ray Roberts has dates shift

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause death, suffering, and daily disruption in North Texas and beyond, the outdoors calendar continues to be shuffled, even in our own backyard. Word of the latest scheduling change came a few days ago when officials with the Bass Anglers Sportsman Society (B.A.S.S.) announced...