Topics: 2008 Elite Series Tennessee Triumph

2008 Elite Series Tennessee Triumph: Deep trouble

Jun 27, 2008

Growing up on the Tennessee River, Steve Daniel had only one rule. "When they don't move the water," he said, "I don't fish the river."

2008 Elite Series Tennessee Triumph: Limit

Jun 27, 2008

It's easy to catch bass on Old Hickory Lake. It's difficult to catch five largemouth bass that meet the 14-inch minimum length limit.

2008 Elite Series Tennessee Triumph: Day Two, Launch

Jun 27, 2008

In this photo gallery, you'll find images of the anglers as they prepare to launch on Day Two of the 2008 Elite Series Tennessee Triumph on Old Hickory Lake, near Hendersonville, Tennessee.

2008 Elite Series Tennessee Triumph: Shoveling fish

Jun 27, 2008

Brutal as the fishing was, the consolation is that a decent fish or two will still propel just about anyone to a paycheck.

2008 Elite Series Tennessee Triumph: Limping home

Jun 27, 2008

BASS rules place stiff penalties for any angler who comes in late for his appointed weigh-in time. Stiff, as in a one-pound penalty for every minute past the deadline.

2008 Elite Series Tennessee Triumph: Day One, Behind the Scenes

Jun 26, 2008

In this photo gallery, you'll find behind-the-scenes images from Day One of the 2008 Elite Series Tennessee Triumph on Old Hickory Lake, near Hendersonville, Tennessee.

2008 Elite Series Tennessee Triumph: Wirth

Jun 26, 2008

"I'm real happy with how the day went," said Wirth, who rode in the 1981 Kentucky Derby. "I got fortunate."

2008 Elite Series Tennessee Triumph: Day One, Weigh-in

Jun 26, 2008

In this photo gallery, you'll find weigh-in images from Day One of the 2008 Elite Series Tennessee Triumph on Old Hickory Lake, near Hendersonville, Tennessee.

2008 Elite Series Tennessee Triumph: "Angler X"

Jun 26, 2008

Angler X feels that the fish are spread all over, and KVD's run-and-gun style will have the most success, despite poor fishing.

2008 Elite Series Tennessee Triumph: No sand-bagging

Jun 26, 2008

Old Hickory Lake's 22,500 acres have produced lots of bass in three days of practice this week. However, there have been very few caught that met the 14-inch minimum length limit for largemouths.

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