When the water gets hot and bass start relating to deep structure, David Walker says it's time to break out the silverware.
When Andrew Upshaw turned 16, his father offered to buy him an automobile. Upshaw turned it down. He wanted a boat.
As the son of a former Bassmaster Classic competitor, Steve Kennedy got more home schooling than most anglers, yet he welcomes competing against more knowledgeable anglers.
Bittersweet defined how Andrew Upshaw felt Sunday after edging teammate and best friend Ryan Watkins. Monday he was feeling more sweet than bitter as what he’d done started to sink in.
SFA anglers passed the the first three days of a grueling test together, then had to fish against one another. In the toughest day, Andrew Upshaw bested best friend Ryan Watkins.
Beginning Sunday at 6 a.m., Stephen F. Austin’s Mercury College B.A.S.S. National Championship team will be a team divided as Ryan Watkins and Andrew Upshaw face one another for a Classic berth.
On-the-water decisions make the difference for Stephen F. Austin anglers Andrew Upshaw and Ryan Watkins, the Mercury College B.A.S.S. National Champions.
The “Final Five” teams are now one day away from determining the new Mercury College B.A.S.S. National Champion after a hot Day Two, and Auburn's Jordan Lee and Shane Powell may have done the most sweating.
Virginia Tech’s team of Carson Rejzer and Wyatt Blevins take nearly 4-oound lead into second day of championship.
Mike and Stephen Frenette are among the teams hoping to win the Mercury College B.A.S.S. National Championship, then fish against one another for a berth to the Bassmaster Classic.