In this photo gallery, you'll find images of the anglers as they complete the registration process for the 2009 Bassmaster Classic on the Red River, near Shreveport, Louisiana.
Going fishing could make you a millionaire. This article tells you how many millionaires are competing for the 2009 Bassmaster Angler of the Year award.
Most Classic fans know about the 10 pounds rule, but if you don't here it is: Each Classic competitor is allowed just 10 pounds of terminal tackle in the boat with him. That includes lures, sinkers, hooks and the like.
In this photo gallery you will see the 2009 southern open #1 on the Harris Chain of Lakes in Florida. It is photos of the first day behind the scenes.
Whether it's days, months, years or ages, the number 36 has some significant correlations in the Bassmaster Classics.
When one of the greatest anglers is on the line offering thanks, you listen more than talk.
The top three in the final points standings earn berths in the Bassmaster Classic next February on the Red River in Shreveport, La. The top 10 will be invited to fish on the 11-event Bassmaster Elite Series that begins in March on Lake Amistad.
About 200 Southern Open pros will compete Oct. 16-18 for the event's title and $45,000 first-place prize. An equal number of co-anglers will be out to win their division's first-place prize, a boat package valued at $32,000.
Several Elite pros will be anxiously watching the final Southern Open on Guntersville Lake this week, hoping for a miracle of sorts. They're the bubble guys.
Edwin Evers, Aaron Martens, Jimmy Mize, Derek Remitz & Terry Butcher answer questions about fishin in Tennessee.