In the annals of Bassmaster Classic history, there are many records. You probably know most of them — Rick Clunn's four championships, Luke Clausen's 56-2 winning catch in 2006, Preston Clark's 11-10 lunker from the same year. These are our World Series and Super Bowl marks.
If the baby doesn't come by Thursday, I'm going to fly to New Orleans and do the first three days of practice.
There's nothing bigger in the bass fishing world than the Classic, and maybe I can make it even more interesting.
Kevin VanDam wins his 4th Bassmaster Classic, tying Rick Clunn for the most Classics won by an angler.
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Mark Hicks continues to restore an older bass boat to modern standards.
Regardless of how much you spend, gear ratio may be the most important consideration. Gear ratio dictates how many times a spool revolves with one complete turn of the handle.
I attended my first Classic in 2002, the year Jay Yelas won the event on Lay Lake by swimming a jig around shallow shoreline cover. Because it was a new experience for me, a newspaper journalist covering it for my paper's sports section, everything seemed significant. I loved seeing the anglers enter the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex arena as their favorite song blared over the loudspeakers.