In this article, you can discover the importance of the number four in Classic History.
In this article you will read about how far can a Classic victory take an angler's career.
When the official Classic pre-practice is over, you need a butterfly net to keep your stomach in your shirt. If you didn't, you would need to just hang it up. The anticipation is continuing to build. From Rick Clunn (although he may not readily admit it) to an Open rookie, everyone feels it. After all the time preparing, now it is time for the big show.
Read how the number 7 factors into Bassmaster Classic history and in this year's Classic.
In this article, you can read about Alton Jones' desire to match the only back-to-back Classic win.
In this article, you can read about the significance of one of Rick Clunn's greatest Classic accomplishments which involves the number 10.
Legendary actors John Wayne and Montgomery Clift duke it out in the 1948 Western "Red River." Sixty years later, there ae more legends to be trading blows in the 2009 Bassmaster Classic to be held Feb. 20 on the Louisiana River.
Clunn has clearly been the most accomplished angler in Bassmaster Classic history. With back-to-back wins in 1976 and 1977, he established himself as the first Classic-created superstar in the sport.
Robert Hamilton Jr., of Brandon, Miss., caught 59 pounds, 6 ounces, the third-highest Classic creel ever.