Fishing is a very detail-oriented sport. Overlooking one thing can make or break your day, or in Dustin Wilks' case, your tournament
When Alton Jones motored back into Lake Hartwell's Portman Marina, he was pretty sure he didn't have enough fish weight in his livewell to win the Bassmaster Classic.
It's been well-publicized that the backwater areas of the Red River are where the winning bag will come from, and also that they can be hazardous to boat and angler.
At the Outdoor Expo, pros proffer their 2009 Classic prognostications
Ken Duke gives you a backstage tour of the boat holding area at the 2009 Bassmaster Classic.
Truly a bass fisherman's paradise. And best of all, it's free. However, if you're a professional angler, the Expo isn't all roses. Several Elite Series pro explain why, to them, the Expo can be bittersweet.
Can 2009 Classic leader Fralick really share his water with both Snowden and Ashley?
In this photo gallery, you'll find images of the anglers as they prepare to launch on Day Three of the 2009 Bassmaster Classic on the Red River, near Shreveport, Louisiana.
Behind the Day Two leaders are three former Classic champs with nothing to lose
In this photo gallery, you'll find images of Kelly Jordon as he competes on Day Three of the 2009 Bassmaster Classic on the Red River, near Shreveport, Louisiana.