Veteran bests personal record; big moves made on leaderboard, and one Elite is a little green around the gills...
Veteran applauds tournament site where 40 of 100 anglers zeroed on Thursday and 37 Friday -- aptly named a "challenge."
Elite Series anglers eagerly embark on Texas' Sabine River System for the official start of the 2013 season.
It hit me as the Day 2 weigh-in for the 2013 Bassmaster Classic was winding down. We don't have a formula for estimating how far back is too far back to reasonably mount a comeback in a bass fishing tournament.
Has Cliff Pace collected his trophy yet? If not, it may be just a formality.
Things have changed. More than half the field has essentially been eliminated from contention and the savvy fan's attention turns elsewhere.
Southern Indiana angler and the Federation Northern Division qualifier, Mark Dove, has been to the Bassmaster Classic before, but this time it’s different.
“But what about the weather?” That’s been the $500,000 question surrounding the 43rd Bassmaster Classic since the event was announced 15 months ago.
The Bassmaster Classic is a tournament where heroes are made and winners become household names. But what about the other guys?
For every Rayo Breckenridge, Jack Hains or Jack Chancellor (who all won a Classic yet are mostly unknown to young fans), there's a Roland Martin, Bill Dance or Jimmy Houston who have earned almost all the accolades but never picked up the big hardware.