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The right jig for rock and wood

Mar 10, 2008

In this article, you can read Chad Griffin's description of the subtleties that make a difference when pitching jigs around rock and wood.

How I beat KVD at the Harris Chain

Mar 10, 2008

When I first started in tournaments, I did measure myself against KVD and other talented guys, but not now. It doesn't matter who I'm competing against. I just want to beat them all.

McClelland breaks the chain

Mar 10, 2008

In this article, you can read how Brian Snowden was eased out of first place at the Sunshine Showdown by Mike McClelland.

2008 Elite Series Sunshine Showdown: Empty Handed

Mar 9, 2008

Ten anglers had crossed the stage and nobody — still nobody — had caught Brian Snowden, who entered the final day with a 9-pound, 14-ounce-lead on second place Mike McClelland.

2008 Elite Series Sunshine Showdown: Crowd

Mar 9, 2008

Two Bassmaster Elite Series pros have guaranteed there will be an enthusiastic crowd for the final weigh-in at the Sunshine Showdown.

2008 Elite Series Sunshine Showdown: Tied Up

Mar 9, 2008

The three started talking amongst themselves and decided that the tiebreaker was heaviest stringer of the tournament. That put Hallman behind both Davis and Faircloth, so he resigned to the fact that he wouldn't be in the final.

2008 Elite Series Sunshine Showdown: Cold Start

Mar 9, 2008

It was 43 degrees when the 12 Bassmaster Elite Series pros took off from Venetian Cove Sunday for the final day of the Sunshine Showdown.

2008 Elite Series Sunshine Showdown: Top 12

Mar 9, 2008

Here's a quick rundown of the Sunshine Showdown's leaders, and their setups.

2008 Elite Series Sunshine Showdown: Flying fish

Mar 9, 2008

Both Marty Stone and Alton Jones had a bass jump into their boat for the first time in their tournament lives — and add Jimmy Mize to that list, although he's had it happen before.

2008 Elite Series Sunshine Showdown: McDevitt mania

Mar 8, 2008

He grabbed the trophy from Weldon, shifted it back and forth in his hands a couple times, and then did what came naturally: one arm back in a flex and the other straight out into the air holding the trophy — Hulk Hogan style.

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