James Overstreet captures the looks on the faces of Classic competitors as they gathered in Birmingham today for official registration for the 2014 GEICO Bassmaster Classic.
Local favorites are always a tempting pick, but don't put too much stock in the "home pillow advantage".
Folks who know me, know that I enjoy a good game of pool, but the handful of days leading up to the Bassmaster Classic on Lake Guntersville will be all about a different type of game – this one’s a puzzle.
I’m looking around the corner and I see the biggest event of the year bearing down on me like a semi truck.
Do you think you can walk on water? If you want to test the principle and come out on top, I suggest that you visit the Guntersville area in late February. They’ve got this little fish derby going on, and I suspect that the boats are going to be packed so tight that you’ll be able to walk from the launch ramp to any competitor’s fishing spot without even getting a toe wet.
As I start off a new year with a new column, I have a great feeling of excitement and anticipation for what 2014 might bring.
B.A.S.S. Senior Editor Ken Duke breaks down the 2014 Classic field as only he can.
With Fantasy Fishing ownership split down the middle in buckets A and C, your buckets B and D could be more likely to help you win this year’s Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing contest for the Classic.
Only the very best pro bass anglers in the world get a shot at competing in the Bassmaster Elite Series. Meet the field of 107 anglers, including 12 rookies, who are set to take on the challenge in 2014.