Most of anglers headed toward largemouth of Pickwick's lower regions; others headed left for the smallmouth. In this article, read why the anglers made their choices to go right or left.
Experience the excitement of a morning launch during the 2011 Alabama Charge. This photo album contains images from day one at Pickwick Lake, Alabama.
I'm pointed north towards Pickwick Lake and the third Elite Series tournament of the year. I'm really looking forward to it, too. I like Pickwick.
Read what the pros say about the high water and faster current of Pickwick Lake on the opening day of the 2011 Elite Series Alabama Charge.
Follow your favorite Elite Series pro as they register for the 2011 Alabama Charge.
FLORENCE, Ala. -- Tim Horton carries all the credentials to make him the hands-down favorite to win this week's Bassmaster Elite Series on Pickwick Lake. He talks about how he is challenging himself to find different water even though it would be very easy to fall back on popular areas that hold good fish.
In this article, you will read about how when fishing Pickwick Lake, often billed as the "Smallmouth Capital of the World," anglers still must decide each morning if they should spend time on the smallmouth of Wilson Dam's rocky tailrace, or if they should go hunting largemouth in Pickwick's lower regions.
North Alabama's Pickwick and Wilson lakes available to the Elite Series anglers competing in the Alabama Charge out of Florence, Alabama, are home to all three species of Micropterus: the largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass.
Last year's victory celebration on Pickwick Lake was somewhat of a disappointment for Kevin Short. His celebration was cut short. Everyone scrambled to pack up and flee the storms producing tornadoes.
Using traditional, maybe even textbook tactics open up point race chances for the anglers of the 2011 Elite Series Alabama Charge tournament at Pickwick Lake.