Let's use our time this week to talk about a couple of things I learned at Amistad. From my perspective they're important. Keeping them in mind will help us all become better competitive bass anglers.
Located about 12 miles from Del Rio, Texas, along the United States-Mexico border, this Rio Grande and Devils River impoundment covers approximately 64,900 acres at normal pool.
Ponds had part of it right. He predicted that the high water would have a huge impact on this event by spreading the fish and the fishing. And he also said the spawn would control the event.
Angler of the Year KVD, was asked to review the state of our sport. That's no small task, and it's one I do not take lightly. In my opinion the state of our sport is mostly positive, but there are a few challenges we need to keep in mind.
Five pros failed to catch limits in the final. Here's why.
VanDamage, Duckett's waning bite and Faircloth's suddenly un-magic tree
In this photo gallery, you'll find weigh-in images from Day Four of the 2009 Elite Series Battle on the Border on Lake Amistad, near Del Rio, Texas.
In this photo gallery, you'll find spectacular aerial images from Day Four of the 2009 Elite Series Battle on the Border on Lake Amistad, near Del Rio, Texas.
After subpar finishes in 2008, Lintner, Browning and Short return to the top 12
Final day turning into battle of consistency versus big bags