2016 KBF OPEN Toledo Bend Final Results

The two day KBF Open on Toledo Bend is in the books and a winner has been crowned. Matthew Scotch of Texas, who finished second last year, was the 2016 Champion. Scotch finished with 103.25 inches. The winning pattern was fishing grass in up to 12 feet of water, throwing a five inch worm with a slow retrieve. With his Continue Reading

Toledo Bend Day 1 Update

At 6 AM this morning the KBF OPEN on Toledo Bend kicked off. The two day event has competitors from 16 different states competing for Angler of the Year points through Kayak Bass Fishing as well as cash and prizes. Additional KBF Members and Bonus Bucks members can cash in on additional incentives. Day 1 saw Jason Broach of Florida Continue Reading

Fishing Good at KBF Open, Will It Hold?

With winds mild and temps around 80, the fish are feeling frisky. Many anglers reported good numbers on the last day of practice. Tonight is the first Captain’s Meeting at 7PM and then anglers will retire to toss and turn in anticipation for Day 1 tomorrow. Anglers will be fishing for their best two fish for Friday and then follow Continue Reading

Stage Set for KBF Open Toledo Bend

After Hurricane Patricia ripped through Mexico and flooded most of Texas late last week the forecast was uncertain for the KBF Open. Wednesday the skies cleared and the winds shifted to the South and gave the Sabine Parrish its first glimpse of the sun in a week. Fishing for black bass improved each day from Sunday through Tuesday as the Continue Reading

Motorized Kayaks: Is It Time?

Motorized kayaks are here. In actuality they have been here a while. I remember looking at the Ocean Kayak Torque years ago. The price tag turned me off but I liked the idea of being able to move quickly if I wanted and still maintain a fairly quiet platform. For a guy fishing in a $200 kayak, paying more than Continue Reading

Path to the Big Bass at the KBF Open

Contributed by Calloway Rabb It started months ago when buddy and fellow kayak angler Craig Dye asked if I was attending the KBF Open. I am horrible about procrastinating, but on this tournament I didn’t procrastinate and decided I wanted to work together to figure out where we would fish this epic tournament. Craig focused on putting boots on the Continue Reading

The Full Recap: 2015 KBF Open

Anglers from 21 different states paid their entry fees, packed up kayaks, fishing gear and in some cases camping gear and headed to Paris, Tennessee last week. All 158 of them sought the same thing, a chance at over $50,000 in cash and prizes at the Kayak Bass Fishing Open. The four day event kicked off with an optional Big Continue Reading

2015 KBF Open Press Release

PARIS,TN- 153 Competitors from 21 different states spent the last four days discovering the waters in and around Paris from kayaks. The Kayak Bass Fishing Open presented by Wilderness Systems proved to be the largest freshwater kayak tournament payout in history with First Place enjoying a payday of $16,000. The buy in for the kayak tournament was only $150. This Continue Reading

Flashback to the 2014 KBF Open – Words of Wisdom from Some of the Top Performers

Contributed by Drew Haerer The 2015 KBF Open is right around the corner and is shaping up to be one of the biggest freshwater tournaments in the history of kayak fishing. Chad Hoover, Nick Brown, and the rest of their team are working hard to make this the premier event for kayak bass anglers. Formerly held on the historic Santee Continue Reading

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