Rodney and Amy Blank come to the Classic every year. This year, they came with a story to tell.
The 2012 Bassmaster Classic Outdoors Expo presented by Dick's Sporting Goods is (almost) open for business.
There's no experience like the Bassmaster Classic, in 140-character tweets.
Here’s all you need to know to come see the big show.
Like to keep up on your own at the weigh-ins? Print your own score card, and it will be a snap!
What's this weird polka-dot B.A.S.S. shield? It's your key to coverage of the 2012 Bassmaster Classic.
One club, the Fayetteville Bassmasters of North Carolina, has six of its members -- soon to be seven -- serving together in Afghanistan.
The Alabama angler is familiar with the Red River, and he's looking for a high finish — and for his own assurance that he performed his best.
Tom Jessop is used to life on the ranch, but he's stepping into a highly competitive field of anglers at the Classic. For him, hard work is always what pays off: on the ranch and on the water.
Chris Price had a near-win on the Red River in 2002. He's hoping for another good showing on the river, 10 years later.