The Bass Pro Shops Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship series features college bass fishing biggest events such as the BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship, AFTCO Bass Open, Bass Pro Shops Big Bass Bash and the Bass Pro Shops School of Year programs as well as numerous other college fishing ran events nationwide.

The Bass Pro Shops Collegiate Bass Fishing series has hosted events on lakes nationwide such as Pickwick, Kentucky Lake, Sam Rayburn, Lake Dardanelle, Chickamauga, Lake Texoma, Lake Lewisville, Table Rock, Lake Lavon and many others all over the nation. In addition to holding the largest events in college fishing the staff of the series works with college anglers to start their own events, learn more about the fishing industry, receive discounts from numerous companies and more.

The Collegiate Bass Fishing Series helps college students nationwide create fishing clubs, host fishing events, compete on a nationally televised stage as well as work with numerous companies nationwide.


2020 AFTCO Collegiate Bass Open

On this episode of the Bass Pro Shops Collegiate Bass Fishing Series, we provide complete coverage of the 2020 AFTCO Collegiate Bass Open. This is a two-day traditional format tournament contested on Lake Dardanelle in Russellville, AR.

The AFTCO Collegiate Bass Open is the second event of the 2020-2021 season out on the Bass Pro Shops Collegiate Bass Fishing Series. Schools will be competing for double points in the race for Bass Pro Shops School of the Year presented by Abu Garcia. Murray State enters this event ranked number one overall, and will be sporting the yellow BUFF® headwear out on the water.

Lake Dardanelle is set up to fish really well over the next two days. The bass are pushed up shallow and feeding up in time for the winter. Tune in to see great fish-catching action from the AFTCO Collegiate Bass Open!


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