When Alton Jones motored back into Lake Hartwell's Portman Marina, he was pretty sure he didn't have enough fish weight in his livewell to win the Bassmaster Classic.
Going fishing could make you a millionaire. This article tells you how many millionaires are competing for the 2009 Bassmaster Angler of the Year award.
Incredibly, the 1987 Bassmaster Classic was won with just 15 pounds 5 ounces. And it took 14 fish to get there.
In the toughest Classic to date, Larry Nixon outpaced a frustrated field. The Ohio River produced only five 6-bass limits over the three competition days.
If an athlete has set any records, you remember him and his golden number. This is about Rick Clunn's.
Bo Dowden caught the biggest bass of the Bassmaster Classic X on the St. Lawrence River.
These are the 31 champions in the history of the Bassmaster Classics along with additional facts of the competitions.
Rick Clunn was the first angler to win back-to-back Classics, and was quoted as saying " I want to perform consistently over many year." which he has done.
Want to be able to see a bass breathe in 30 feet of water? Listen to this electronics guru to help dial in your unit
Rick Clunn advises to never underestimate the angler's that you're fishing against.