In this article, you can read how Brent Chapman's family vacation plans were put on hold, when he moved to the top of the leaderboard in the Sunshine Showdown.
In this article, you can read how Harry Potts, a season co-angler showed the younger bucks just how it is done.
Read as Glen DeLong and some of the other anglers talk about their fishing experiences along the way in the 2007 Elite Series Sunshine Showdown.
In this article, you can learn about Brian Snowden's productive pattern for fall bass fishing.
$673,150 in cash to the top 50 Elite pros, and valuable points in the race for the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year award. In addition to crowning the final Elite Series event winner of 2007, one angler will emerge as the winner of bass fishing's highest honor: the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year title. Also to be awarded: the Toyota Rookie of the Year award, and the Toyota Moving Forward Award. Additionally, 36 Bassmaster Classic berths will be awarded to the Elite anglers with the highest number of points, and the top 84 anglers in the AOY standings will qualify for the 2008 season.
Khris Williams burst onto the tournament scene earlier this year when the North Carolina Junior Bassmasters hosted an event. The 13-year-old took second place even though it was his first tournament.
The hot spots might just be too hot to produce the winning pattern in the Sunshine Showdown presented by Allstate Boat Insurance, a local BASS official says.
So, here we are, with two professional anglers set to match skills at the final tournament of the season with the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year award on the line.
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