Kevin VanDam has made it to the launch site and is ready to get started practicing.
The B.A.S.S. office is emptying out as employees begin heading toward Tulsa.
Bill Lowen left his home in Brookville, Ind., yesterday and stopped at a lake along the way to knock some of the fishing rust off.
Mike McClelland says he is “flying under the radar” going into his ninth Bassmaster Classic. He could not be happier about that.
Matt Lee couldn't wait to find some fish once he got to Oklahoma.
Mike Iaconelli is looking over the map, getting ready to hit Grand Lake O' the Cherokees tomorrow morning.
While others are worried about Tulsa being too cold, this Bassmaster photographer is hoping to actually warm up in Tulsa!
Fans will get to experience all the action for the Classic, whether they're in Tulsa or watching from home.
Finishing last in a Bassmaster Classic is no disgrace. You might be surprised at some of the last-place finishers.
During the day, fans can enjoy the Outdoor Game Village in the Tulsa Convention Center.