Bass Fishing Tournament – University Communications and Marketing

Bass Fishing Tournament - University Communications and Marketing
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When 85 collegiate bass fishing teams from across the country converge on Lake DuBay July 9-11 for the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series National Championship, much of the excitement will spill onto the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point campus.


The public is welcome to observe daily weigh-ins at 3 p.m. at the Specht Forum/Sundial on campus. Thursday and Friday will be the busiest, as the full field of competitors weighs in. Up to 3,000 observers are expected. On Saturday, the top five teams compete for the national championship.


The competition is based on the combined weight of the best five fish caught by a two-person team during two days, said Connor Graham, president of the Big Dawgs Fishing Club at UW-Stevens Point. An average bass weighs one to three pounds, with some topping four or five pounds.


The Big Dawgs Fishing Club has been lining up volunteers for weigh-ins, transportation of ESPNU network and Bassmaster photographers, lining up boat owners to follow…

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