They say the beard makes the man. How do our Elite Series pros stack up in the battle of the whiskers?
On this week's episode of The Livewell, Mark Zona talks with Elite Series pro Jason Christie about his best tips for swimming jigs.
It feels good to wipe your brow, take a deep breath, look at the end of a long, demanding stretch and know that you’ve earned a little rest.
When fans look at all the wrapped boats at an Elite Series event, it’s probably easy for them to assume that everything inside those wraps is always neat, orderly and working as it should but that isn't always the case.
Looking back at the inaugural BASSFest on Lake Chickamauga, I have to say I left Dayton, Tenn., feeling pretty good about it. I’d like to have fished that last day, but overall I’m happy to participate in what I consider a very successful event.
Jason Christie announced his presence with authority when he hit the Bassmaster Tournament Trail a few years ago. In just 25 career tournaments, he's won four times, including a pair of Elite Series wins in less than two years on fishing's most prestigious trail. Now he's up against our 20 Questions.
Mike Iaconelli, with 25 pounds, 12 ounces, headlined a group of 14 anglers who caught 20 pounds or more on Day 1 of BASSfest. But not one man in the group expressed confidence in being able to repeat it on Thursday at Lake Chickamauga.
See how the pros fared on Chickamauga Lake on Day 1 of Bassmaster BASSfest.