To the 100 Elite anglers out on the Sabine today, know this ... AOY begins, TODAY!
A Bassmaster Classic champ for one week now, Chris Lane is just beginning to understand what winning the title really means.
Newly crowned Bassmaster Classic champ Chris Lane is headed to ESPN headquarters in Bristol, Conn., Friday to appear in a round of interviews — “the car wash,” as it’s known at ESPN.
I’m back from the Toyota and NASCAR experience, and what an experience it was. I’ve never seen or done anything like it.
Mike Iaconelli is headed to Bristol Motor Speedway to show off his rig, sign autographs and get an inside look at Toyota Racing and Martin Truex’s world.
Things change. I’m not going to fish the Open on Lake Erie. I’m going to the Bristol Motor Speedway to work with one of my sponsors, Toyota.
Don't get me wrong — I'm not complaining. It's all good, but the schedule is a time buster.
Here's the deal ... Denny's Grand Slam in the morning ... four cups coffee ... black. A meal that would pretty much last all day, if lunch was needed, two Butterfingers drowned by Vernor's.
From Kevin Short, two-time Bassmaster Tournament winner: "The trophy is the best part of winning. The trophy will be around forever. My buddy Stevie came over to the house after my win and he didn't want to see the check, all he said was, 'Where's the hardware?'
Alton Jones is living the dream right now for winning the 38th. Bassmaster Classic.