This year’s GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by Diet Mountain Dew and GoPro should be one of the most interesting in recent memory, and we have Mother Nature to thank for that.
Mark Dove will be competing in his third Classic and is hoping to make the Top 25 cut this time around.
Do you think you can walk on water? If you want to test the principle and come out on top, I suggest that you visit the Guntersville area in late February. They’ve got this little fish derby going on, and I suspect that the boats are going to be packed so tight that you’ll be able to walk from the launch ramp to any competitor’s fishing spot without even getting a toe wet.
No Katy Perry or Justin Bieber for Randy Howell; here's a song made just for him.
B.A.S.S. Senior Editor Ken Duke breaks down the 2014 Classic field as only he can.
With Fantasy Fishing ownership split down the middle in buckets A and C, your buckets B and D could be more likely to help you win this year’s Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing contest for the Classic.
Jeff Lugar is on a roll winning the B.A.S.S. Nation Mid-Atlantic Divisional and the B.A.S.S. Nation Championship, so how does he feel about his chances of winning three championships in a row?
Bassmaster Elite Series pro Skeet Reese has an impressive history on Lake Guntersville. This just might be his year to take home another Classic title.
Registration for the 2014 season of Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing is open as of Feb. 1.
A veteran of 42 B.A.S.S. events, Alabama angler Coby Carden finally made the Bassmaster Classic through the B.A.S.S. Nation route.