Water Sports Event News

News | July 2, 2020
MLF Announces Post-COVID Comeback   

Major League Fishing has returned to the waters of competitive fishing, announcing two events (with more to come). More>>

News | July 2, 2020
“FLW Fishing” to Premiere on Outdoor Channel Friday, July 3   

Get your fish on! FLW announced the 2020 season of “FLW Fishing” will debut today on the Outdoor Channel, F7 to 9 p.m. EDT. More>>

News | July 1, 2020
Warrior Surf Foundation Announces 4th Annual Surfboard Auction   

Charleston nonprofit Warrior Surf Foundation has launched its 4th Annual Surfboard Auction. More>>

News | June 30, 2020
USA Water Polo Announces New Schedule of Events   

USA Water Polo has announced it will reschedule the 2020 National Junior Olympics and the 2020 Masters National Championships. More>>

News | June 30, 2020
Sand Soccer Championships Returning to Virginia Beach Oceanfront in August   

The 2020 Ferguson North American Sand Soccer Championships weekend has been rescheduled to August 7-9, 2020. More>>

News | June 22, 2020
FLW Ready to Restart Season at Lake Chick   

After a three-month hiatus, FLW’s Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit returns, casting off from Dayton, Tennessee, June 23-26. More>>

News | June 17, 2020
New CARES Funds Available for Fishery Businesses Affected by COVID-19   

The U.S. Department of Commerce recently allocated $300 million in funds provided by the CARES Act for fishery participants. More>>

News | June 16, 2020
Youth Fishing Event Headed for LaCrosse, Wisconsin   

From June 23-27, LaCrosse, Wisconsin, will host the 11th Annual HS Fishing World Finals and National Championship Dual Event. More>>

News | June 16, 2020
B.A.S.S. Announces 2020 Dates For Additional Tournament Series   

B.A.S.S. has unveiled the post-COVID-19 revised event dates for the remaining events on their 2020 tournament schedule. More>>

News | June 15, 2020
Water Flow To Play Significant Role In Bassmaster Central Open On Arkansas River   

Anglers in the Basspro.com Bassmaster Open Series on the Arkansas River June 18-20 might benefit from a "go with the flow" strategy. More>>

Subscribe to SDM