The Elite Series boats are lined up and heading out on the big, open water on the first day of the Green Bay Challenge at Lake Michigan.
B.A.S.S. writer Don Barone salutes the work ethic of anglers like Elite Series pro Jamie Horton, who hold down full-time jobs while simultaneously pursuing their professional angling dreams.
B.A.S.S. writer Don Barone didn't think he had a dog in the fight over the Lake Michigan boundaries issued by the Wisconsin DNR, until he stood listening to the words of our national anthem on the morning of the Day One launch.
We keep you up-to-date throughout the tournament so you'll feel almost like you're right there on the bay.
This week's Green Bay Challenge will definitely test my ability to formulate a game plan on a fishery that I know very little about with a bass fishing technique that I rarely use.
Who do the pros think will bring the biggest bags at Green Bay?
Anglers meet with B.A.S.S. officials and local media on the eve of the Green Bay Challenge.
The "mystery lake" has turned into a nightmare for the Bassmaster Elite Series.
The Mystery Lake is no more. We’re on Green Bay, off of Lake Michigan, doing the best we can with the wind, reduced fishing waters and a tough bite. The wind was especially nasty on Monday.
Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year leaders Brent Chapman and Randy Howell will be targeting different water with totally different techniques on Lake Michigan's Green Bay.