New York's Oneida Lake is a great place to end the Elite Series regular season because the lake has a ton of fish that can be caught many different ways. That means every fisherman in the tournament has a shot at winning it.
Expect weights of high teens to low 20s each day during this week's Green Bay Challenge.
This week, the world's best bass fishermen will be likely be headed into the backwaters of the Mississippi River in search of clearer water and big largemouth bass.
Elite Series pros are back on the water this week, this time at Toledo Bend, the huge, well-known tournament impoundment that straddles a big chunk of the Texas-Louisiana border.
Even though B.A.S.S. has held only two tournaments on Douglas in the last 10 years, the fact that the lake is an upland reservoir is good for all of the Elite anglers.
A week after the Elite Series TroKar Quest on Bull Shoals, Bassmaster Open anglers will hit Missouri's Table Rock Lake. See what BassGold reveals about the patterns likely to dominate on Table Rock.
BassGold takes a look at what the 6th-10th place finishers on Lake Okeechobee did to catch their fish.
In preparation for the TroKar Quest, BassGold.com sat down with Ken Cook to go over patterns.
What will it take to win or place high in this week's Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Southern Open on Lake Norman?
BassGold gives us a quick look at the patterns of those who finished 6th-10th at the St. Johns River Showdown.