Brandon Card caught a 4-pounder early on the first day of unofficial practice.
Think back to the last time you watched the Bassmasters Classic coverage and saw a guy lose a big fish and still go on to win? I sure don’t remember it.
The first tournament of the year is off and running, which always brings excitement to the sport. A new year, new goals, and new guys will qualify for the Classic and Bassmaster Elite Series.
After only fishing professionally for one year now, I can really appreciate what guys like Rick Clunn, Gary Klein and Denny Brauer have done for many years.
In February, these 53 anglers will take to Oklahoma's Grand Lake O' the Cherokees for the biggest bass fishing event of the year.
Here are a full baker's dozen of stories, just waiting to play out in 2013. We'll be watching. What about you?
It’s hard to believe it is already 2013. With every New Year comes the time to make a resolution to better yourself.
Here are the 12 biggest events from the world of bass fishing that shaped 2012.
'Twas the night before blastoff, when all through the inn the anglers were stirring, thinking ‘bout a big win.
Last year, I was the only former collegiate angler fishing in the Bassmaster Elite Series, and based on my experience fishing collegiately, I knew that more would join me soon.