Jared Lintner went to extremes Thursday, the first day of the May 1-4 Evan Williams Bourbon Bassmaster Elite at Toledo Bend out of Many, La.
Bassmaster Magazine’s third annual ranking of America’s best bass fisheries has been announced, and there is a new champion.
For the past eight years, Jared Lintner has been consistent but beginning with the final two events of the 2013 Elite Series season, he’s been on fire.
If only the last bass Gerald Swindle caught had just inhaled, say, a big crawfish, he might have won the Bassmaster Elite Series title on Toledo Bend Reservoir in 2011.
By finishing 22nd at the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Central Open on Lake Amistad in February 2014, Troy Lindner took a significant step toward qualifying for the Bassmaster Elite Series.
Welcome to the annual rankings of America’s best bass fisheries. A new champion emerges, and some stalwart bass lakes fall off the list.
Opens pro Gerald Sensabaugh has joined the Powell Rods pro staff.
Elite pro sacks 8-pounder to take early lead in Missouri.
Paycheck Baits’ Nose Job is a brilliantly simple piece of terminal tackle.
Bassmaster Elite Series pro Ish Monroe will be running a River2Sea wrap on his tow vehicle and boat during the 2014 tour.