Originally published over at Advanced Angler.com 9/10/2012 – story and photos by Jody Only Many West Coasters within the industry know Kevin Stewart as Kramer’s 2011 “NBT” – making honors of the George Kramer Top 40 list is one thing; but to be noted as his “next best thing” puts an exclamation point on the pick. […]
Bass Angler Headquarters Catches up with Kevin Stewart on the “off-limits” day for the 2012 WON Bass US Open.
US Open interview Kevin Stewart during the practice at Lake Mead, Nevada By: Tami Curtis from TC Sports Report
Practice time at Lake Mead By: Jody Only republished from the Examiner.com With days until the blast off of the 30th annual U.S. Open on Lake Mead, NorCal angler Kevin Stewart checks in with a practice time update. “There’s a reason why they hold the Open on Lake Mead and it’s because it’s hard pattern fish […]
May 5th & 6th Recap I arrived at Roosevelt Lake in Arizona for the second southern WON Bass Pro/AM event and the 4th combined event overall. During the first day of practice I spent a lot of time looking for the spawning fish that were rumored to be everywhere. After 5 hours of looking with […]
The 2012 FLW Everstart Western Series has ended at beautiful Clear Lake in northern California. Throughout the five days of practice we were greeted with great weather and calm water. All through practice I found fish locked on beds all over the lake so I decided even with the approaching cold storm that I was […]
2012 WON BASS Delta Day Two – Top This pro Kevin Stewart ended in 8th with the help of this 8.50. He stuck his with a TNT swim jig in dragonfly. He revealed he had his limit of 21.26 by noon.
2012 WON BASS Delta Kevin Stewart down on the California Delta during the partner pairing & dinner for the WON Bass Pro Circuit tournament on the California Delta – March 10-11, 2012.
Bass Angler Headquarters met up with Kevin Stewart down on the California Delta during his pre-fish for the upcoming WON Bass Pro Circuit tournament on the California Delta – March 10-11, 2012. Watch the video as Kevin gives a little preview of what to expect.
They are on the water. The fishermen face a change of conditions. They will see the daytime high drop nearly 10-degrees and the winds more than double. Forecast calls for sunny skies, a high of 52-degrees and northwest winds from 5 to 10-mph.There is still no chance of rain. Thanks to all the guys at […]