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In the Wednesday, October 31, 2007 Richmond Times-Dispatch, Andy Thompson, the outdoor writer, has a column about the Virginia Tech Collegiate Bass Anglers Association club.

VT is Number 1 in the country at this time, wining the National Collegiate Bass Fishing Championships.  

So if you want to fish in the Collegiate Bass Anglers Association program or are interested in the rankings go to the following web site for the standings:

www.collegiatebass.org

ESPN filmed the natiional title event and the tournametn will air on ESPN2 and ESPNU at 5 AM on Friday, November 2nd.

I am sure all the guys out there who want to continue fishing while in college will want to check out the web site to view the schools in the program and obtain information about starting your own college team for next year.

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I didn't think CBAA had anything to do with the championship in Arkansas? Wasn't it CollegeBass AKA Smashmouth?

www.collegebass.com ???

I'm already applying to a few schools that have clubs in place but if I end up getting into one that doesn't, they say they're very easy to start.

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The National Championship was in Texas on Lake Lewisville. Smashmouth was just another tournament.

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This collegiate bass fishing sounds exciting!! I would definitely try to register to compete if I had a real boat  :( and it also sucks cuz i'm in college up north  :-/

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c17Lat

The ladies are much prettier and nicer the farther south you go.

Trust me on this one.

And the fishing is all-year, too.

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c17Lat

The ladies are much prettier and nicer the farther south you go.

Trust me on this one.

And the fishing is all-year, too.

;D  That's why I want to go to grad school and live the rest of my life below the mason dixon line

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Good thinking.

You want to get your masters in another part of the country to see how they live and think.

Great schools in SEC territority and Texas.

And don't forget California.

Just remember, once you cross the Mason-Dixon line and there is one inch of snow, the entire area closes down and everyone goes to the grocery store and then drives into a ditch.

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there were two collegiate national championship tournaments.  so it is hard to say who is the actual national champion, but who cares it is great that the sport of fishing is growing and could possibly one day be an actual NCAA sport.  

one was put on by Fox sports and the other by ESPN.  the Fox tournament was in TX and the ESPN tourney was in AR.  

i have some good friends that fished these tourney from my school (texas a&m univeristy)

one of the texas a&m teams won the Fox tourney at lewisville.  and virginia tech won the ESPN tourney in AR (a&m finished 7 or 8 in the ESPN tourney)

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Hey Aggie,

Thanks for the clarifcation.

Now maybe the Aggies will win their game this Saturday! :)

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What game?

Call that a game?

Coach Fran is on his way out.

I heard that it is between Kuibak (spelling?) and Tubby from Auburn as to who is going to be the next coach.

Time will tell.

And good ole UT did it again.  Just like LSU.  Lucky, lucky, luck.

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