Terry Scroggins' story about the event winning bass that got away.
As gasoline prices top $4 per gallon, all of us in Bassville are singing the Fuel Burnin' Blues. While it's hard to keep a bass fisherman down, fuel costs are a definite pain in the pocketbook and, no doubt, they have put millions of budget-conscious anglers on a shorter leash.
When one of the greatest anglers is on the line offering thanks, you listen more than talk.
Listen to the pros talk about the importance of having top of the line bass boats.
The Bassmaster professionals talk about the friendship that comes along with touring.
With most sports there are superstitions, and fishing is no different. The pros talk about their personal superstitions.
Watch as the B.A.S.S. pros talk about what winning the tile "Angler of the Year" means to them.
The top three in the final points standings earn berths in the Bassmaster Classic next February on the Red River in Shreveport, La. The top 10 will be invited to fish on the 11-event Bassmaster Elite Series that begins in March on Lake Amistad.
Many of the pros, sitting atop bags much bigger than anticipated, targeted the bass holed up the large grass mats.
About 200 Southern Open pros will compete Oct. 16-18 for the event's title and $45,000 first-place prize. An equal number of co-anglers will be out to win their division's first-place prize, a boat package valued at $32,000.