New York's Oneida Lake is a great place to end the Elite Series regular season because the lake has a ton of fish that can be caught many different ways. That means every fisherman in the tournament has a shot at winning it.
Kevin VanDam will be fishing the Ramada Championship out of a Nitro Z-9 boat with a newly designed wrap featuring more than 5,629 pictures of Nitro Facebook fans as part of the design.
While you’re reading this I’m putting together my tackle to get ready for Lake Oneida. That’s a tougher project than you might think. With some fisheries you know what you’re going to get and you know what you’ll need. Not so with Oneida. It’s very complex.
There's a lot riding on the final Bassmaster Elite Series event of the year, including AOY, ROY and a few dozen berths in the 2013 Bassmaster Classic.
I just spent a few days with the family kickin’ back at Torch Lake near Traverse City, Mich., a place where the smallmouth grow big and keep you on edge. It was a laid-back family vacation but I still had Oneida on my mind.
The Ramada Championship on Oneida Lake is coming up, and I’m holding down slot number 31 in the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year points race. That’s too close for comfort as far as I’m concerned.
Go on the water and behind the scenes with BASSCam on Oneida Lake.
Tune in for live video updates from the War Room presented by Triton at the 2012 Elite Series Ramada Championship on Lake Oneida in Syracuse, NY.