I’m not usually a big proponent of local advantage in Elite Series tournaments, but in this case, I think some past experience will come in handy. It’s going to be a track meet where a track record will help.
AOY leader John Crews aims to keep momentum at site of his only B.A.S.S. victory.
Fishing a lake or river with a forage problem makes no sense at all.
With many anglers planning to make round-trip boat runs of three hours or more to the California Delta, much of the field for the Sacramento Bassmaster Elite at Sacramento River will have only four to five hours to fish each day.
Skeet Reese has expertise on the Sacramento River and also knows the Bassmaster Elite Series pros extremely well, so he might do better at predicting the top pros on this water than anyone else could.
Making a commitment to increase its connection to markets across the country, Shimano American Corp. will bolster its fishing operations at its Ladson, South Carolina facility over the coming two years, announces David Pfeiffer, company president.
One of the most common misconceptions about professional bass fishing is that the anglers who live close to whatever venue we’re fishing are going to have some great advantage in the tournament.
Skeet Reese, using a bait suggested by roommate Byron Velvick, rallied past the leader on Day 4 to win the Diet Mountain Mtn Dew Bassmaster Elite at Lake Guntersville.
Michael Iaconelli struggled Saturday but managed a limit weighing 16 pounds, 7 ounces, to hold onto the lead heading into Sunday's final round.
Tim Johnston is carving out a competitive niche on the bass club scene in the West. The proof is a third consecutive Montana state title won at the B.A.S.S. Nation Western Divisional.