What if someone told you before last year's Bassmaster Classic we had a tool that would predict the exact Classic-winning pattern – and weight?
The Open on Cayuga Lake is over; that event got me pumped up for the final Elite Series tournament on Oneida Lake later this week. It’ll be a challenge because I have so much riding on the outcome, but hey, that’s what this business is all about.
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.
I had a mediocre finish on Lake Champlain last week and then a long drive home to fish a local tournament on the Cooper River with some of my old friends from the Top Rod Bassmasters.
You need money to make money. Or so the saying goes. Does the same apply to success? Bassmaster Classic competitors Chris Lane and Brent Chapman believe so.
The Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Central Open kicked off today on Lake Lewisville, Texas. That lake brings back good memories for me because I fished my first collegiate tournament there.
Registration to fish any or all of the three Opens divisions begins Nov. 7 for previous B.A.S.S. competitors receiving a priority status.