The 2008 Elite Series is complete. I had a great year — two wins, and a fourth Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year title. Still, there are lessons to be learned, things I take note of which will help me become a better angler and competitor in the future.
In this article, you can read about Howard Stephens desire to retire as the all-time career money-winner of co-angler winnings in BASS history.
In this article, you can read how Ohio's Brad Wall had difficulty getting the bigger fish to bite on the last day of the B.A.S.S. Federation Nation Northern Divisional .
In this article, you can read how despite severe weather conditions in the last Elite Series event the Champion's Choice at Onieda Lake, the winners found away to catch bass.
Last week we talked about falling water and how it sends bass to the bluffs. This week I want to talk about the best lures and presentations for falling water smallmouths.
Read how on first day of the B.A.S.S. Federation Nation Northern Divisional on Lake Winnebago when the fish finally did start to bite for Brad Wall, he finished out his limit in 45 minutes.
Read how Kevin VanDam comes from behind to take the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of Year title away from Faircloth last Friday at the Champion's Choice on Oneida Lake, Syracuse.
Read how 2006 in the Bassmaster Elite Series on Clarks Hill Lake, Davy Hite fished the familiar and won the tournament.
Read about the eighth stop in the Bassmaster Elite Series in Gilbertsville, Kentucky for the Bluegrass Brawl, June 12-15 on Kentucky Lake.
In this article, you can read about Russ Lane's decison to take it easy and look around, because as he says "When I get relaxed, I fish a whole lot better."