Picking up where they left off in 2012, Booyah Baits and B.A.S.S. have reached a sponsorship agreement for 2014.
Lake Guntersville has been recognized as one of the nation's greatest bass fishing spots for more than 40 years, and recent Bassmaster polls have consistently ranked it consistently as one of the top in the country.
Twenty-eight young competitors will be vying for bragging rights in the sixth annual Bassmaster College Classic.
As I drove to Birmingham yesterday, I was thinking about this Classic and the potential it has to being the greatest of them all.
Watch as Jay Yelas is crowned Classic champ at the 2002 Bassmaster Classic.
For Josh Bertrand, Ott DeFoe and Tommy Biffle, the Classic is the ultimate test of their abilities.
When Dennis Creech answered his telephone and was told he had won a Triton X-17 bass boat, trailer and 60-horsepower Mercury outboard, the 75-year-old Texan wondered, “What kind of a scam is this?”
It was a long road for these six B.A.S.S. Nation anglers to get to the Classic; now, they're on the way to Birmingham.
AutoZone will continue in 2014 with its title sponsorship of AutoZone Winning Ways, a spinoff of the popular ESPN2 fishing show, The Bassmasters.
This place is ready to go. I’m telling you there isn’t any part of Guntersville, Ala., that isn’t into the 2014 GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by Diet Mountain Dew and GoPro. It’s the talk of the town, regardless of where you go or what you’re doing.