Competitors in the 2012 Bassmaster Classic anxiously wait for the start of Practice Day.
Once a Bassmaster Classic champion, always a Classic champion. It's one of those things that truly can't be taken away from you. These anglers know what it means to hoist this trophy and be introduced as a world champion.
With experience, credentials and undeniable star power, the 2012 Bassmaster Classic field just might be one for the ages.
Classic, Classic, Classic – everybody is talking about the Classic, so I figured I would, too.
The 2012 Bassmaster Classic on the Red River is setting up to be a great one. Here are some of the storylines you may not know about.
The field of competitors for the 2012 Bassmaster Elite Series promises to be the strongest ever.
Whether it's the number of former champs in the field or the number of anglers who could become the oldest to ever win the Bassmaster Classic, numbers tell a story.
Certain anglers have a reputation as big bass catchers. Some of them may not always come to the scales with a limit, but more often than most they have a "kicker," and sometimes that one fish gets them a check.
With everyone catching limits almost every day, big bass are important to the Elites. Who's the best at catching them?
Survive and advance. Those are the watchwords of the Elite Series pros who must make "cuts" to move up and cash checks. Here's a countdown of the 50 best at getting into the money.