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Important lessons from those who lost the 2011 Bassmaster Classic

Feb 24, 2011

The Bassmaster Classic is one of the most comprehensively covered tournaments in the world, and the droves of reporters leave few stones unturned when it comes to getting the stories.

Costa signs Bassmaster Elite Series angler Casey Ashley to title spot

Feb 24, 2011

Costa sunglasses recently signed on as the title sponsor for Bassmaster Elite Series angler Casey Ashley. The news comes as Ashley prepares to compete in the 2011 Elite Series, starting with The Sunshine Showdown Mar. 10 - 13, in Tavares, Fla. This is Ashley's fifth year competing in the Bassmaster Elite Series, with nine Top 10 tournament finishes to his name. He has been a member of Costa's pro staff since 2007.

Brian Clark likes his chances in the 2011 Central Open on Lake Lewisville

Feb 24, 2011

Despite the weather, high hopes prevail for the first Bass Pro Shops Central Open.

Aaron Martens's four second place finishes in the Bassmaster Classic have some calling him "Deuce"

Feb 24, 2011

Just in case you've been living under a rock for the past decade, Aaron Martens has finished second in the Bassmaster Classic four times since 2002. It's an enviable — but uneasy — record. No other angler in Classic history has finished second more than twice.

Classic quest: Kriet trying to make it back

Feb 24, 2011

No rest for the weary in Kriet's schedule.

2011 Central Open #1 - Overview

Feb 24, 2011

This photo gallery features images from the 2011 Central Open #1. The 2011 Central Open was held on Lake Lewisville, Texas.

Dean Rojas frogs his way back into Classic

Feb 23, 2011

Frog color is a definite game changer for Rojas.

Martens finishes second for fourth time

Feb 23, 2011

Aaron Martens classified his finish in the 2011 Bassmaster Classic as "the easiest second place I've ever had."

Redneck Remedy signs Bassmaster Elite Series pros McCaghren, Short

Feb 23, 2011

Redneck Remedy signs Bassmaster Elite Series pros.

Luck

Feb 23, 2011

Forgive me if I brag just a little. You'll notice that my pick to win — KVD — did just that. OK, he wasn't exactly a dark horse, and my second pick had a miserable tournament, but still I got it right.