The Red River has always been a "grind it out" kind of fishery for me. I don't expect to catch 30 a day here. I know some guys do but that's not been my experience. I look for five quality fish a day. If I get them I'm happy.
In this article Kevin VanDam talks about bassmaster classics past and present.
When the official Classic pre-practice is over, you need a butterfly net to keep your stomach in your shirt. If you didn't, you would need to just hang it up. The anticipation is continuing to build. From Rick Clunn (although he may not readily admit it) to an Open rookie, everyone feels it. After all the time preparing, now it is time for the big show.
In this article, you can read how Kevin VanDam has finished fifth in the past five Classics with the best 5-year string ever posted in Classic history.
Read how the number 7 factors into Bassmaster Classic history and in this year's Classic.
Despite a hurricane threatening, Kevin VanDam claimed the world championship of professional angling in the 31st Bassmaster Classic.
The Classic is only a few days away. I'm on my way to Scott Rook's and from there I'll head to the Red River with my new boat. This is an exciting time of the year for me. I love fishing the Classic, and I love getting a new boat.
B.A.S.S. pro, Kevin VanDam, talks about the importance of power fishing.
I've been busy lately. I'm working on this from Chicago while I'm headed home. My new boat's waiting for me at my brother's place. I'll pick it up on my way home from the airport. Then I need to get it packed for the Classic and the first couple of Elite Series tournaments.
Line is every bit as important as anything we fish with. It's a serious subject. It doesn't get enough attention.