In this article, you can read how the 2009 BASS Elite Series Tour will mark the end of Ken Cook's career as a full-time competitive fisher.
In this article, you can read about Alton Jones' desire to match the only back-to-back Classic win.
Read how moving in close to the bank and casting parallel with it instead of toward it, was a tactic that helped Woo Daves to bring in 5 smallmouth weighing 13-1, the heaviest catch of the tournament.
In this article, you can read about the significance of the number 9 in the 2009 Bassmaster Classic including number of qualifiers from Alabama and more....
The Classic is only a few days away. I'm on my way to Scott Rook's and from there I'll head to the Red River with my new boat. This is an exciting time of the year for me. I love fishing the Classic, and I love getting a new boat.
In this article, you can read about Greg Hackney's big plan to catch a limit of big, heavyweight bass that outweighs the competition, as he takes on the Red River in the 2009 Bassmaster Classic.
If you have to wear a flashlight strapped to your forehead, and you're not a mile down in a mine, you shouldn't be doing what it is you're doing, which is getting tackle ready to catch fish, which a respected biologist kid I know in middle school told me are not even awake at first safe light.
In this article, Natalie Hite dreams of her husband Davy, in the victors seat at the Louisiana Citgo Bassmaster Tour event on the Red River-a dream that becomes a reality.
In this article, you can read how O.T. Fears' realized a $51,000 payday and a victory over Slade Dearman in the Bassmaster Louisiana Invitational on the Red River.
Read how by the second day, Davy Hite of Prosperity, South Carolina, had already won the tournament.