Randall Tharp triumphs at bassmaster southern open on Santee Cooper.
With winning catches of more than 70 pounds the past two years, Clarks Hill Reservoir has become one of the favorite Bassmaster Elite Tour stops, and if the pros have good weather this week, I won't be a bit surprised to see another winning total in that same range.
I have to admit that I do the great majority of my smallmouth fishing from a nice, big Ranger bass boat, but every so often — right around this time of year — I get an irresistible urge to leave the boat at home and find a creek or small river that holds lots of brown bass.
In this photo gallery you will see images of the 2008 Southern Open #2 on the Santee Cooper in South Carolina day three.
Second day of Southern open canceled due to weather.
Southern open #2 on the Santee Cooper with Matt Herren
In this photo gallery you will see images of the 2008 Southern Open #2 on the Santee Cooper in South Carolina.
Bill Dance was professional bass fishing's first superstar. After a second-place finish in the first modern bass tournament the 1967 All-American on Beaver Lake in Arkansas the former furniture and hardware salesman from Memphis, Tenn., never looked back. He parlayed his tournament success into <i>Bill Dance Outdoors, an immensely popular television fishing show that is still in production and still one of the most popular in the world.