We have three major changes underway. One is the extreme upward growth of the high school program, another is the dues restructuring that’s coming this fall, and the other is an overhaul in the divisionals format.
Pro anglers need to have a bigger and more formalized role in the sport.
At every Elite Series event – if you listen closely enough – you’ll pick up on a bait or technique that simply has to be added to your own bass fishing arsenal.
As I travel the country meeting and talking with anglers about bass fishing, I get a lot of questions about reels, especially from beginners looking to buy their first baitcaster.
This series of videos breaks down the exciting Championship Sunday of the Huk Performance Fishing Bassmaster Elite at Chesapeake Bay.
With the AOY title and Bassmaster Classic berths on the line, it should make the upcoming Plano Bassmaster Elite at Lake St. Clair one of the more exciting tournaments in what has already been a record-breaking year for the Elite Series.
With much of the field trying to figure out the confounding tidal conditions during last week’s Huk Performance Fishing Bassmaster Elite at Chesapeake Bay, Gerald Swindle kept things simple. He fished a secluded, hard-to-reach pond near the launch site at North East Community Park and managed a fourth-place finish with 54 pounds, 10 ounces. Much of Swindle’s damage was done with a pint-sized crankbait known simply as the “Mutt.”
See a day in the life of Kevin VanDam, shot entirely with GoPro cameras.
Sometimes the numbers mean nothing. The stats are merely history and not a predictor of things to come.