Get a behind the scenes view on day one of the 2011 Alabama Charge. The Charge was held on Pickwick Lake, Alabama.
As the first day of competition comes to a close the Elite Series anglers proudly display their lunkers. This photo gallery features images from the day one weigh-in, at the 2011 Alabama Charge.
Jump into the boat of your favorite Elite Series angler, on day one of the 2011 Alabama Charge.
This photo album contains images from day two, on the water, at the 2011 Citrus Slam.
In this photo gallery you will see images of the 2011 elite series on the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes in Florida. It is the first day on the water.
Elite Series pro Matt Reed is best known as an east Texas power fisherman, given his roots around the big waters of Toledo Bend and Sam Rayburn. However, he has proved over his career that he's one of the most versatile anglers in the sport today.
We've all heard the term "turnover" used to describe an annual fall event on many of our favorite lakes. Bubbly water, floating vegetation that's generally related to the bottom of the lake or a stagnant sheen on the surface are all clear indications that the lake is experiencing turnover.
We've all been there at least once. For some of us it's where we seem to stay locked into a daydream while awaiting a subtle nudge from a bass that just refuses to cooperate. It's during these times, when bites are few and far between, that most of us seem to check out mentally.
Standing timber and bass fishing go together like peanut butter and jelly. However, that idyllic vision of bass nirvana can become skewed as winter approaches, given that many anglers abandon timber in favor of more typical wintertime haunts.
This past weekend was my LifeLine Fish with the Pros Texas event, and it was without a doubt the most fun LifeLine event we've ever had — and they've all been great. This year, we moved it down to Lake Amistad, so it had a tournament feel to it.