Topics: 2012 Elite Series - All-Star Semi-final

Sportsmen out in force on Shelbyville

Sep 20, 2012

Sportsmen are out in force on Lake Shelbyville today.

To be an All-Star

Sep 20, 2012

The connection between success and popularity is an interesting one and very evident in the world of bass fishing.

Chapman chunking and junking

Sep 20, 2012

Brent Chapman continues to work his way toward the back of Lithia Creek.

Howell tricks Chapman

Sep 20, 2012

Another report from B.A.S.S. photographer Seigo Saito, and this one's funny...

Martens moves upriver

Sep 20, 2012

This is as it should be: Aaron Martens is fishing bridge pilings. If a lake has a bridge crossing it, you're likely to find Martens fishing the pilings at some point in the day.

12 is enough

Sep 20, 2012

Twelve anglers is not a lot for a B.A.S.S. tournament, but it is enough.

All-Star Day One Launch

Sep 20, 2012

Lake Shelbyville welcomes the 12 B.A.S.S. All-Stars.

Tough time for Ike

Sep 20, 2012

Ike is still having a tough time, still cranking along flats. Skeet Reese just zipped by us heading south, and we're now adjacent to the launch ramp.

Chapman on the move

Sep 20, 2012

Brent Chapman has moved away from his initial area near the dam and has gone across the lake into the mouth of Lithia Creek, where he stopped for a quick word with Randy Howell.   Before Chapman made this move, he said, "I've fished my pattern twice, now I'm going pre-fishing."   He says he's got one bass in the boat that weighs about 1 1/2 pounds.

Martens waits for the warm-up

Sep 20, 2012

What do you do when you know you're around bass but they aren't biting? You call them.

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