I was at the Bass Pro Shops in Cincinnati and a couple of other tackle shops in the Midwest on behalf of Venom Lures. The crowds were extraordinary.
In this article read about a decorated field of participants, 95 of the world's top anglers who will compete to advance to the Bassmaster Elite Series postseason.
In Lesson seven, Byron Velvick talks about the opportunities present in the early season bass fishing. The best way to catch giant bass during late February through early April, is to throw a swimbait.
As time goes along, this Bassmaster Classic win seems more and more extraordinary. This one is the real deal. They're all special, of course, but this one really means a lot to me.
In this article, you will read how Elite Series pro Kotaro Kiriyama made two Japanese anglers' dreams come true by establishing the American Dream Tournament.
Before we get into the Elite season stuff, I have one final comment on the Classic. I mentioned in the last blog that I was disappointed in my poor execution, but at the same time, a poor tournament has given me a sense of God's presence in my life.
The 2010 Bassmaster Classic is history. There are some lessons from it that we, as bass anglers, can learn and that'll help us in the future.
Russ Lane had the goal of a higher finish, but given the circumstances, he believes that he did all that he could to position himself for the win of his Classical performance.
On Lay Lake this past weekend, Faircloth, going into the final day was within ounces of claiming his first Bassmaster Classic title when Kevin VanDam took the lead to win the title.
In this gallery, you will see images of Todd Faircloth from the 2010 Bassmaster Classic.