Not who you "think" will win, but who you'd "like" to see win. That's what I asked the Classic qualifiers.
Unless Chris Lane wins the upcoming Bassmaster Classic, the next few weeks mark the end of his year in the sun.
I absolutely love this time of the year. I’m not going to tell you that I do a lot of fishing because I don’t.
Florida is a great training ground for a bass angler. I definitely helped to shape my skills and understanding of the sport.
I’m headed back to Florida for a week The Fourth of July holiday is over. We celebrated our country’s birthday by spending five days on Lake Guntersville with the family, the in-laws as well as the Martens family. It was fun. We went swimming, went kneeboarding and generally played around all day long. It was a much needed break from tournament competition. But that was last week.
Chris Lane's rise to the title of Classic champion started with his education in the B.A.S.S. Federation Nation.
Lake Okeechobee has plenty of big largemouth bass swimming around in its thick vegetation, and the Day One tournament leaders are happy to flip to them.
We’re going to talk about my Classic at some point, but not right now.
Southern Opens serve to unite brothers Arnie, Bobby and Chris Lane
Along a ledge at Kentucky Lake, Bobby Lane has hit paydirt.