The continuation of our countdown of the 10 biggest stories in the world of bass fishing from the decade just departed.
I'm excited about the upcoming Classic. Lay Lake may be one of the better Classic venues we've had in recent years. It's a healthy fishery, and bigger fish bite in colder water. On top of all that, it offers something for everyone.
The 2000s came in like a lamb and went out with a Tiger.
International Game Fish Association will announce its decision regarding the world record application of Japan's Manabu Kurita.
The most sought after record in all of fishing has been broken ... almost. Technically, Manabu Kurita's 22-pound, 4.97-ounce largemouth bass from Japan's Lake Biwa is now tied with a bass nearly 1 ounce lighter caught more than 77 years ago in rural Georgia.
Seventy-seven year record held by George Perry may be broken.
I got to spend a day on the water with Colt McCoy and Jordan Shipley. It was in Bassmaster Magazine and on Bassmaster.com as well. If you'll remember, I drove the boat as Shipley stood on the deck and Colt threw a 40-mph slant to Justin.
In my last blog we talked about how I prepare for an event like the Bassmaster Classic using my eyes and my electronics. This week we'll take a look at how I map the details of what I found using lures.
In-line spinners, making a comeback, after all these years.
At the 1980 Bassmaster Classic on the St. Lawrence River, Roland Martin learned what a difference one fish can make.