Kevin VanDam, the planet's best angler, takes the lead at the weigh-in of the Kentucky Lake this week. Unlike years from the past, things have been a struggle so far.
Despite a rough start, VanDam opened up a 6-pound lead at the Tennessee Triumph Thursday. With a two-day total of 49 pounds, 2 ounces, he is closing in on another victory.
Kevin VanDam lost nearly half of his six pound advantage as Kelly Jordan closed the gap with 24 pounds, 0 ounces. VanDam continues to see his weight decline each of three competition days.
In this article, you can read how VanDam's victory at the Tennessee Triumph lays waste to rumors of a struggle and puts him at the top of his game.
In this article, you can read how Kevin VanDam will serve as "Honorary Race Official" and ride in a grand marshal car prior to NASCAR's Coke Zero 400 green flag at Daytona International Speedway July 3. VanDam's team up with 2010 Daytona 500 winner Jamie McMurray in a special "Reels and Wheels" Coke Zero 400 ticket package will include a Fishing 101 Fan Forum where VanDam and Murray will demostrate techniques and share fishing tips.
Kentucky Lake was a dismal event for me. Some representatives from Bethel University were at the weigh-in with their new athletic recruits. The cool thing about it is that they are receiving scholarships to join the fishing team!
I've always dreamed about a big tournament where no one had any practice time. Well, it almost came true this time.
In this article, read how Kevin VanDam held his first place slot all four days. Edwin Evers, Terry Butcher and Kelly Jordon each tell their story.
At the age of 18, Elite Series angler Randy Howell, battled for his life. Randy sits down with DB to discuss how illness can change your outlook on life.
In this article read about 12 berths in the postseason, 37 berths in the Bassmaster Classic and many sponsor dollars at stake next month in Montgomery, Alabama in the last tournament left in the regular season of the 2010 Bassmaster Elite Series season. This is the last battle of the year left in the war.