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I was just wondering is there any other college anglers on the site?  I am the president of East Carolina University bass club.  We will be fishing the Underarmour Super Regional coming up March 7-8th on Clarks Hill Lake in Georgia.

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I replied to your other post. I'm with University of Tennessee at Martin and I'll see you at the Super Regional.

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FGCU wont be there (its our spring break and we dont have any money) but will hopefully be at the national championship.

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Hope you guys can get together and have a fun time.

With ECU in the mix, the party should be a lot of fun!!!  ;D   ;D   ;D

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I'm from Freed-Hardeman University in TN, but we won't be at that tournament. We are fishing the FLW College Fishing Series and the Southern Collegiate Bass Fishing Series this spring, as well as the National Championships this summer.

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Sup Troy U here. We'll be at the Southern Collegiate Championship and one of the FLW tournaments at Gville. Might even get crazy and go to Wheeler. lol

   Really looking forward to getting brutalized by those Smallies :)

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Hey fellas, Kyle here for Ga Southern. We will def be showing up at Clarks Hill this weekend. Just look out for those trees and dont miss those center channel markers by more than two boat widths or you will either be swimming or without a lower unit. Good luck to everyone out there and drive safely.

Justin, Its about time yall get to experierence some blue back herring!! Its frustrating...

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I go to Southern Illinois University and am a member of the Saluki Bassers in the Central Division with too many schools where only 1 team from each school can fish.

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Ya I'm with the University of Oregon Bass team.

We fish the FLW college series and the national championship in Texas.

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Ya I'm with the University of Oregon Bass team.

We fish the FLW college series and the national championship in Texas.

I want to go to UO and fish! But I dont think my grades are too good! Didnt they just start up?

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Ya I'm with the University of Oregon Bass team.

We fish the FLW college series and the national championship in Texas.

I want to go to UO and fish! But I dont think my grades are too good! Didnt they just start up?

I'm also on the UO bass team. We're actually one of the older clubs out west along with ASU. Started in 2005. Just placed 2nd in the FLW college fishing western division last weekend. Good look on getting into UO.

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you would think a college in florida would have a freakin fishin team... man this sucks, anyone need a spot filled, heck i'll transfer for a day ;D

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It must be nice. Im from a wildlife school and have plenty of people to join a club but they dont accept 2-year colleges. it sucks

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If by "they" you mean FLW, then browse through some of the other collegiate series tournament rules, I'm pretty sure FLW is the only one that specifies that it must be a 4-year college.

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If by "they" you mean FLW, then browse through some of the other collegiate series tournament rules, I'm pretty sure FLW is the only one that specifies that it must be a 4-year college.

I didnt realize that there were other ones. that the big one and i thought that it was the only one that offerd it.

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No check out collegebass.com and do a google search on the southern collegiate bass fishing series. FLW is brand new this year, but college fishing has been around for a little while. Also once you get into the loop there are some invitationals your school can get invited too. I have fished over 10 Tournaments for Auburn this year and not one has been FLW.

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They still require a 4 year college. any one want to take me on their team for a year??? :) lol

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It doesn't state that it has to be a 4-year college in the college bass set of rules, or southern collegiate series. Did you actually read the rules?

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This is strait out of terms and conditions

ARTICLE III. MEMBERSHIP

   Section 1. Member.

   

   In order to participate in the College Bass, the school they represent must be a four year program, furthermore an individual (1) must be a member of the College Bass (hereinafter referred to as "CB"); (2) an individual's school club must be registered with CB. (3) Must be enrolled as a student at the college they represent. (4) Must have a minimum of a 2.00 cumulative GPA.

http://www.collegebass.com/register.aspx

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Hey, to the U of Oregon guys:

Do you guys have your own boat? Im trying to fish in the BoatU.S. Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship, but they don't provide boats like the FLW. If you don't have a boat, can you rent one or what? What re you guys doing if you dont have one?

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Hey, to the U of Oregon guys:

Do you guys have your own boat? Im trying to fish in the BoatU.S. Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship, but they don't provide boats like the FLW. If you don't have a boat, can you rent one or what? What re you guys doing if you dont have one?

For our local tourneys we get help from a local club with boats. When we've fished the collegiate championship in the past we found boaters in Texas who were willing to lend us their boat for the tournament. I'm not sure on the details as I didn't go last year.

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