The pros opine about the fishery and offer their favorites for the first Elite tournament on this river.
I got a bird's eye view of the Sabine via airboat last year, and there's no doubt this week's Sabine River Challenge is going to be an adventure.
While you’re reading this, I’ll be doing some last minute practice on the Sabine River.
Breaking down the first Elite event is not an easy prospect.
At the premier Elite event of the season, dozens of anglers and B.A.S.S. will remember the victims of the Sandy Hook School tragedy.
My trip to Orange, Texas, and Elite # 1 began today with a 4:20 a.m. alarm.
Hard to miss B.A.S.S. in the city of Orange right now. Photographer Seigo Saito checks out the site of the first Elite event of 2013.
The Sabine River Challenge practice period, which began this morning, will be "crucial," Brent Chapman says – perhaps so more than for other Elite Series tournaments. "The big thing there is deciding where to fish," he says. "If you stay in the Sabine, run to one of the other rivers, or run down into the marsh, there’s so many different options there. And once you go to one, you’re committed." Hackney agrees.
Texas' Sabine River is a virtual unknown when it comes to bass tournaments. But BassGold can still help predict winning patterns ... Find out how.
KVD, Ike, Big Show and GMan share their insights about the Sabine River, saltwater catches and satellite radio favorites.