In a tournament dominated by offshore pre-spawn bass, there is one angler doing something completely different at one of the nation’s premier largemouth fisheries.
Fishing partners Kory Ray and Mark “Chief” Torrez needed 10 weigh-in bags to haul their fish to the scales at Wednesday’s B.A.S.S. Nation Western Divisional under way on Clear Lake.
Chris Zaldain predicts plenty of quality bass will be caught during the divisional, April 8-10.
After opening the season on the Sabine River where daily limits of 14-inch keepers were impossible for some anglers to come by, the Bassmaster Elite Series pros are now headed for the land of giants, Alabama’s Lake Guntersville.
Western teams will compete on Folsom Reservoir, April 30 to May 2. They will vie for the Top 10 spots, which will qualify them for the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series National Championship slated for this summer.
Elite Series pro Bill Lowen faced a unique problem during an Elite Series tournament on Lake Amistad in 2009.
Kurt Dove’s truck was stolen from a hotel parking lot in San Antonio on Wednesday, resulting in estimated losses of $5,000.
GoPro video contest to award boat and motor package worth more than $50,000 to U.S. angler with best submission.
Mark Zona looked at each event this season and predicted what will happen and who will win.
The Sabine River should be a Fantasy Fishing competitor’s worst nightmare — long runs, wads of little fish, and long distances between them with nothing but prop-chewing obstacles to get in the way.