Iaconelli spells out three things this year's champ will need to win.
Classic XXXVIII (38), was held Feb. 22-24, 2008 in Lake Hartwell, S.C. When Alton Jones motored back into Lake Hartwell's Portman Marina, he was pretty sure he didn't have enough fish in his livewell to win the Bassmaster Classic.
Sometimes you don’t see the whole picture, because there isn’t one.
Official practice is underway on Lake Guntersville for the GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by Diet Mountain Dew and GoPro.
I can summarize things by saying that this is Classic number 15 for me and I’ve never had a practice this bad. Seriously, this is the worse one ever. It’s bad. There are no two ways around it.
When the 35th edition of the Bassmaster Classic ended, a pair of highly accomplished pros found themselves in very familiar positions. Classic XXXV was held July 29-31, 2005 in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania.
Confidence has never been a problem for Michael Iaconelli, and in the giant marshland known as the Louisiana Delta, he lived up to the old Dizzy Dean adage that, "it ain't bragging if you can back it up."
It was a long road for these six B.A.S.S. Nation anglers to get to the Classic; now, they're on the way to Birmingham.
One thing I’ve learned over the years is that you have to fish the moment. The guys who win tournaments do that.