The Delaware River does not have a big population of bass to begin with, and quality-sized bass are quite rare. So I believe we will see a lot of finesse approaches used.
The Bassmaster Elite at the Delaware River, Aug. 7-10, 2014, promises to be an historic occasion in a couple of particulars.
Obviously, there are lots of benefits to winning the Bassmaster Classic, but one that often goes overlooked is the fact that it qualifies you automatically to fish the following year’s Classic.
I had an interesting experience the other evening that I thought might be worth writing about. It centers on the concept of recovery and how that affect the outcomes of bass tournaments.
The numbers point to anglers who are flying way under the radar, with one exception: Mike Iaconelli.
B.A.S.S. has fished out of some legendary venues over the years (including Chicago, Detroit and New Orleans), but if you're talking about historic American cities it's hard to top Philadelphia, host of the Bassmaster Elite at Delaware River, Aug. 7-10, 2014.
Winners win. When you don’t have much to go on, go with anglers who consistently do well on a wide variety of waterways.
Bassmaster Elite Series pro Chris Lane’s "Reeling in Future Pros" event was held July 26, 2014. The 7th annual event was a big success with 140 kids and their parents enjoying a day together at Lake Guntersville.
If you’re planning to pick Mike Iaconelli for your Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing team for the Delaware River, know that you are among 62.2 percent of people who are planning to do the same.
Momentum is underrated when it comes to picking Fantasy Fishing teams, says Classic champ Randy Howell.