In this article, you will read how the anglers meet the challenge of getting the big bite among the hundreds at Pickwick Lake on Thursday. Opinions vary for the size of the prize-winning catch of the 2010 Elite Series Alabama Charge. Chris Lane predicted 17 pounds a day would take home the trophy.
On Day One of the Alabama Charge on Pickwick Lake, a question to be answered is, fish largemouth or smallmouth bass? Anglers opinions vary on what is the best approach and it doesn't have to be a choice between two species.
After a practice filled with biting fish, dropping water changed the picture. Some anglers in the shallows found their places high and dry, while those fishing deep for smallmouth found an additional current boost.
In this 2010 Elite Series Alabama Charge on Pickwick Lake, Kevin Short takes steps to get back on track and do what he does best; he moved to deeper waters where he felt comfortable fishing to land three decent bass.
In this article, you can read how anglers adjust to the falling waters on Day Two of the Alabama Charge. Friday's competition appears to be a mirror of Day One.
A risky move by Fred Roumbanis brings a big payoff of $10,000 after he made the top-47 cut on Day Two of the 2010 Elite Series Alabama Charge at Pickwick Lake. Read how other anglers fared in the tournament.
In this article, you can read how on Day two of the 2010 Elite Series Alabama Charge, anglers adjust to the weather conditions for a day of successful fishing.
In this article, you can read about how with changing weather conditions come changing fishing conditions. With a tornado watch in effect, anglers fishing in the 2010 Elite Series Alabama Charge at Pickwick Lake will be smart to watch the skies as well.
Skeet Reese closes in on his second straight victory at this week's Bassmaster Elite Series event on Pickwick Lake. With a marginal lead, he is very surprised that he is in this position.
With the threat of tornadoes looming, the final day of fishing in the 2010 Elite Series at Pickwick Lake will be shortened by four hours. The anglers' reactions varied as they were notified of the change a few minutes before take-off.