(As read on the Auburn Journal) Professional angler Skeet Reese and the Colfax community packed Auburn’s Old Town Pizza Wednesday night to help raise funds for the Falcons’ snowboarding team.
Presented by Academy Snowboard Co., the third annual Colfax snowboard team fundraiser also featured a raffle with some special prizes.
All monies from the raffle went to the team and 15 percent of food sales did too, contributing toward the cost of race fees, transportation and making the sport more affordable.
(As posted on BassEast.com) “Matching the Hatch” can mean the difference in great day and a day you would like to forget. Skeet Reese shares a new release from Lucky Craft that will fill spot in your tackle box. The new SKT Mini is the perfect crankbait when the bass are feeding on on smaller prey.
Skeet discusses how to make the right selection of a Pointer jerkbait. Nobody has a more extensive line of jerkbaits than Lucky Craft. Selecting the correct bait for the conditions can get confusing, Skeet describes when and why to use each model from Lucky Craft.
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In the last few years, Oklahoma State’s bass fishing team has bounded ahead. The team has continued to grow, going from 14 with nearly 24 active members this season. (As posted in The Daily O’Collegian) Photo courtesy of Rana Rose
Along with the increased membership, Oklahoma State is the first college team to be sponsored by a professional angler, Skeet Reese. Reese also visited and spoke to the team in the past.
Recently, a change in how the team is operated has opened up the opportunity for more tournaments and more points. In past seasons, only two qualifying tournaments were offered. OSU will be able to participate in four qualifying tournaments this season.
Well, what can I say about this year?
I had a great year with a win at West Point, and was in the running for the AOY title until the second to last event, then I took a chance and it didn’t work out so well. So, overall, I had a great year that leaves a little bit of a bitter taste in my mouth because I didn’t reach that one goal that I start each year with; win an Angler of the Year trophy.