Anglers take on Lake Seminole for the first Elite of the season.
Catch up with the pros in the Expo -- meeting fans and signing autographs!
Classic XXXIV (34), was held July 30 - Aug. 1, 2004 in Charlotte, North Carolina. When Takahiro Omori hefted the Classic trophy overhead, bass fishing crowned its first non-American world champion.
Ken Cook, moved from ninth to fourth to first to win the 1991 Bassmaster Classic with a 15-bass limit weighing 33 pounds, 2 ounces. The Classic was held Aug. 22-24, 1991 on the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland.
Only the very best pro bass anglers in the world get a shot at competing in the Bassmaster Elite Series. Meet the field of 108 anglers, including 12 rookies, who are set to take on the challenge in 2014.
It only makes sense that bass fishing's greatest championship comes to one of the sport's best fisheries.
Go backstage at the St. Lawrence River!
This nifty gadget keeps your spools of line organized and easily accessible so you don’t have to chase a wild spool around the garage floor when you’re respooling your reels.