All 54 Classic competitors gathered at the Hyatt in downtown Greenville to collect tournament swag and for a briefing on this year's rules and unfolding weather situation.
Classic contenders prepare for the biggest tournament of the year, and you can see the intensity in their expressions during the angler briefing.
Children who attend catechism classes at San Sebastian were invited to meet with the anglers and receive gifts from Carhartt, Pure Fishing, Yamaha, Skeeter and Dick’s Sporting Goods.
A group of 2015 GEICO Bassmaster Classic qualifiers visited the San Sebastian Mission to promote youth fishing and give back to the Greenville community.
Every year that Bill Lowen qualifies for the Bassmaster Classic, picking his song is easy. He lets his daughter, Nevaeh, choose it.
No matter how good you think you are at swimming jigs, you are certain to learn something from this master of his craft.
Contenders in the Bassmaster Classic have so many big decisions to make. But the most important question he must ask himself is: What song should I choose to walk up to the stage with?
Bill Lowen classifies himself as a "shallow-water flipping guy," so he keeps a full assortment of soft plastics on hand.
Breaking down the field in 2015, Ken Duke comes up with his annual odds that each angler will bring home the trophy.
Pro bass anglers rack up the points during deer season as well.