More on Byron Velvick

2010 Bassmaster Classic: Media Day

Feb 18, 2010

In this photo gallery, you'll find numerous images from Media Day at the 2010 Bassmaster Classic. Media Day is an opportunity for various media outlets to speak one-on-one with the pros competing in the Classic.

2010 Bassmaster Classic: Day 4, Practice

Feb 17, 2010

In this photo gallery, you'll find numerous on-the-water images of anglers as they practice for the 2010 Bassmaster Classic on Lay Lake near Birmingham, Alabama.

2010 Bassmaster Classic: Day 2, Practice

Feb 17, 2010

In this photo gallery, you'll find numerous on-the-water images of anglers as they practice for the 2010 Bassmaster Classic on Lay Lake near Birmingham, Alabama.

2010 Bassmaster Classic: Day 1, Practice

Feb 17, 2010

In this photo gallery, you'll find numerous on-the-water images of anglers as they practice for the 2010 Bassmaster Classic on Lay Lake near Birmingham, Alabama.

It's all about business

Jan 21, 2010

Byron Velvick tells us what keeps him, and probably most anglers, busy during the off season.

Master Series with Byron Velvick #6

Jan 19, 2010

Byron Velvick explains how he uses swimbait.

Master Series: Art of the Swimbait - Byron Velvick (Lesson 5)

Dec 8, 2009

Winter is beginning to settle into many parts of our country. That means less fishing and more dreaming about next year and what you're going to need to catch them come spring.

Master Series on the Art of the Swimbait with Byron Velvick (Lesson 4)

Nov 10, 2009

Winter bass and swimbaits are not often talked about in the same conversation. That's too bad because there's a lot of unexplored territory out there. There are winter patterns and effective coldwater swimbaits that have yet to be discovered, patterns and swimbaits that just might make big changes in your winter fishing.

2008 Citrus Slam: Day Four

Sep 29, 2009

2008 Elite Series Citrus Slam, Day Four

Mojo on Toho

Sep 29, 2009

According to Texas pro Kelly Jordon, "Toho is the best lake on the chain." When the fishing is really good, the tournaments are usually won on Toho. Smaller than Kissimmee, it fishes bigger.

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