Bill Dance, Jimmy Houston, Roland Martin and Hank Parker have all successfully built television careers from their past tournament triumphs. Are they as competitive with each other on the TV screen as they were on the tournament circuit?
Rick Clunn advises to never underestimate the angler's that you're fishing against.
When it comes to fish tales, there are none greater than these. Here are angling's most famous bass, and their stories
Hank Parker on what helped him win the 1979 Bassmaster Classic.
Hank Parker on how to fish with a shaky head.
Stanley Mitchell was the youngest competitor in the field and had barely squeaked into the tournament as the 10th place finisher in the Western Division of the BASS Tournament Trail.
Back in the early 1990s, Michael Iaconelli boasted that he would be a champion in fishing.