The Red River, has hosted 10 Bassmaster events since 2000, but that doesn’t mean that all of the 49 Classic qualifiers are on familiar ground — er, water.
Whether it's the number of former champs in the field or the number of anglers who could become the oldest to ever win the Bassmaster Classic, numbers tell a story.
When I signed up for writing a blog occasionally, I did it for one reason. To stay in touch with everyone and let you know I was still on the job.
Survive and advance. Those are the watchwords of the Elite Series pros who must make "cuts" to move up and cash checks. Here's a countdown of the 50 best at getting into the money.
A Bassmaster Elite Series tournament is a little like a game in the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. The goal is to survive (win) and move on to the next round. The more you survive, the greater the reward.
If I told you that you were going to catch fish until you could not reel in another, what would stop you from joining me?
The top 12 launch at Lake Jordan Marina for Day Two of the Ramada All-Star Semi-Final.
Terry Scroggins led the 12-pro Ramada All-Star Semi-Final field on Saturday by 5 ounces, but it was the 5 pounds between first and eighth place that triggered the big smile that’s trademark "Big Show."
Davy Hite had the most frustrating day among the 12 Bassmaster Elite Series pros competing in the Ramada All-Star Semi-Final of Toyota Trucks All-Star Week, but he was hardly alone.
Go behind the scenes on day one of the 2011 Ramada All-Star Semi-Final.