We’re only done with three Elite Series tournaments but for those anglers who want to move up in the Toyota Angler of the Year standings, time is running surprisingly short.
Even though B.A.S.S. has made the Potomac River a frequent stop on its various circuits, I never expected major fishing history to emerge close to home.
B.A.S.S. writer Pete Robbins recounts how he came to know Elite Series pro Clark Reehm.
Pete Robbins reminisces about his first encounter with Aaron Martens at the 2004 Bassmaster Classic on Lake Wylie.
There are a couple of highly-rated barbecue places in Central Texas where devotees line up at 8 o’clock on Saturday mornings, hoping to get a taste of brisket that’s been cooking for hours. When the establishments run out, it’s over. Sorry you’ve waited, but you are out of luck, my hungry friend.
The 2013 Elite Series campaign is nearly underway, and all 100 anglers remain tied ... for now. There’s no first place, no last place, and perhaps most significantly, no second place.
During Classic week, I was a late addition to the guest list for the Elite Series Night of Champions banquet; when I arrived at my assigned table, I found myself at dinner with a bass fishing legend and a rising star.
On the heels of the Classic, the talk in the bass blogosphere and in the chat rooms has been about whether Cliff Pace showed the proper emotion when he claimed the title. As expected, the opinions have varied.
On the first day of practice for the 2007 Bassmaster Elite Series tournament on the California Delta, I hopped into the boat of world-beater Kevin VanDam.
A tournament angler’s stock in trade is looking forward. Reminiscing about lost fish and lost opportunities doesn’t affect the scale one iota.