The song can make the man, at least that's the way some pros see it. The tunes can set the tone for the angler at the weigh-in: fast and funky, patriotic, or slow and smooth.
Bassmaster Classic competitor John Crews is now in the plastics business with his newly launched company, Missile Baits.
Images of the Day Two weigh-in from the 2012 Bassmaster Classic.
The best lines overheard on Day Two of the 2012 Bassmaster Classic.
Yesterday John Crews shared a small but productive area with Chris Lane and Marty Robinson. He'll try to go there again today, but it can't sustain much pressure so if he finds it packed upon arrival he'll go to Plan B.
As of 6:20 this morning John Crews still hadn't made up his mind where to start the day.
We won't leave you "stumped" - park it there and stay with us for even more images from the final day of practice.
If they're on the water, we're on 'em. Check out more images from the Red River as the competitors enjoy a final day of practice.
There's no experience like the Bassmaster Classic, in 140-character tweets.
Josh Polfer, a B.A.S.S. Federation Nation qualifier from Nampa, Idaho, wrapped both his vehicle and boat.