From the locks and dams of the Red River to the stumpy backwaters that harbor healthy bass populations, numerous obstacles stand between Classic anglers and the winning fish.
Randy Howell said he'd be surprised if any angler had the Red River totally figured out.
To win on the Red River takes four similar steps, but the devil is in the details, which change from minute to minute, so even a seemingly foolproof plan to can be undone by one variable that doesn’t play out as expected.
Winning a Bassmaster Classic is a complex feat but a handful of strategies are employed by all Classic champs and sometimes one single choice stand outs as key to their win.
The worlds of competitive bass fishing and minor league baseball collided today with the groundbreaking for the new Regions Field in downtown Birmingham.
I’ve been doing a little Bassmaster Classic reconnaissance while healing from hernia surgery.
Bassmaster Elite Series pro Aaron Martens, triumphed last week in his debut as a marathon relay runner.
The field of competitors for the 2012 Bassmaster Elite Series promises to be the strongest ever.
The stumps and shifting sandbars of the Red River have Bassmaster Classic qualifiers weighing the pros and cons of glass vs. metal boats.
Randy Howell watched his 3,500-pound bass boat and trailer leave the ground. Suspended from the boom of a crane, the rig inched upward.