With the changing conditions on Grand Lake, we polled a sampling of Elites competing in the Sooner Run presented by Longhorn Tobacco on: 1. What depth are you keying on today? 2. What's a wild card for you today? 3. What's your prediction on the cut weight?
It's a good thing Aaron Martens is in eighth place after the opening day of the Sooner Run presented by Longhorn Tobacco on Grand Lake. And even still, Martens' wife, Lesley, was probably ready to commit spousal abuse if she could have gotten her hands on him during the tournament Thursday.
The best of what the Elite anglers had to say on Day One of the Sooner Run presented by Longhorn Tobacco.
In this article, you can read how as David Stewart and a reporter talked about his catch, Stewart's pro partner Kevin Langill, appeared, casting a wary eye toward the media member that said, "Mum's the word."
In this article, Gary Klein, veteran pro, talks about the value of swimbaits and how the pros are figuring out how to adapt them to tournament competition.
In this article, read how Charlie Ingram developed a new lure, a bass jig with a monumental difference: it sports two big, bad hooks instead of the usual one.
Read as Elite Series pro Pete Ponds talks about finding and identifying bass migration routes and explains how a lot of different factors influence bass movements.
In this article, you can read how an ever-changing Grand Lake makes for a new fishing environment with different challenges for anglers in the the 2007 Elite Series Sooner Run.
When the heat becomes unbearable, dogs slumber in the shade and sluggish bass cool off by hanging around deep water structure.
Severe storms have peppered the lower half of the United States the past few days, but few can compare to the rain event of the Midwest last week. As much as fourteen inches of rain pounded areas of southeast Kansas and southwest Missouri and to many Elite Series pro's, it must have seemed like all of it flowed into Grand Lake in northeastern Oklahoma, site of The Sooner Run presented by Longhorn Tobacco.