With the release of Raymarine’s Dragonfly Sonar/GPS for freshwater anglers, Raymarine has joined forces with some of the most respected anglers in the sport of professional bass fishing.
He's qualified for 11 Bassmaster Classics, won four B.A.S.S. events and earned more than $1 million in B.A.S.S. competition. Here's how he fared against our 20 Questions.
It's that time of year when there are boat and tackle shows all around the country. If you haven't kept an eye on the industry closely, a good sized show can be overwhelming.
Throughout the years many anglers have earned the respected title 'Angler of the Year,' but only a select few have held it more than once.
The race is on, but the end is in sight. There's just one more Elite event left in 2012, and it looks like we'll be crowning a brand new champion. Here are the past winners and a look at the anglers who still have a chance to win this year.
Once a Bassmaster Classic champion, always a Classic champion. It's one of those things that truly can't be taken away from you. These anglers know what it means to hoist this trophy and be introduced as a world champion.
As the son of a former Bassmaster Classic competitor, Steve Kennedy got more home schooling than most anglers, yet he welcomes competing against more knowledgeable anglers.
The bass of the James aren’t tall and they don’t need a lot of headroom either, so super-shallow water is key.
Rookies have been a part of the Bassmaster Classic since the very beginning -- 1971, when all the anglers were rookies. In 2011, there will be 15 Classic rookies competing. It seems like a big number, but it's actually quite average.