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Southern Open: Day 1 on the water

Apr 16, 2015

Opens: Rainy Day 1 on the Alabama River

Apr 16, 2015

A soggy Day 1 of the 2015 Bass Pro Shops Southern Open #2 presented by Allstate begins on the Alabama River.

Schultz, Grigsby, VanDam form angler resource company

Apr 16, 2015

VanDam, Grigsby and Schultz form a new resource– a select team of Elite Series pros and media experts whose mission is to teach aspiring young anglers how to build solid careers in fishing.

Open: Day 1 begins

Apr 16, 2015

The pro anglers and co-anglers are set for Day 1 of the 2015 Bass Pro Shops Southern Open #2 presented by Allstate.

Open: Alabama River registration

Apr 15, 2015

The Opens anglers prepare to head out on to the Alabama River for the 2015 Bass Pro Shops Southern Open #2 presented by Allstate.

Top shots from Guntersville

Apr 15, 2015

Photographer Garrick Dixon shares his top shots from the Diet Mtn Dew Bassmaster Elite at Lake Guntersville.

Another look at Jocumsen

Apr 15, 2015

A look at the exciting Australian angler as he makes himself known on the Elite Series.

Evers: The need for speed

Apr 15, 2015

But there are a few things you can do to stack the odds in your favor — things a lot of other anglers don't do.

A sight fishing clinic for a newbie Marshal

Apr 15, 2015

By Bassmaster Marshal Lee Means I was number 77 on the waiting list to be a Bassmaster Marshal for the Diet Mtn Dew Bassmaster Elite at Lake Guntersville. The Big G has become my new home lake since moving from Chattanooga, Tenn., to Madison, Ala., two years ago. Four short years ago I began fishing from the banks of the Nickajack and Chickamauga. I bought my first boat only a year ago and have become obsessed with the sport of bass fishing.

Reese grateful, but not giving up his check

Apr 15, 2015

After helping Skeet Reese to a victory in the Diet Mountain Dew Bassmaster Elite at Lake Guntersville, Byron Velvick wasn’t the least bit bitter about coming in second. He said he knows the favor will be repaid a thousand times over. Reese agreed with that notion, adding one disclaimer. “I’m not giving him my check,” said a grinning Reese after winning the $100,000 first-place prize. “But that kind of thing always comes back to a guy down the road.”