Tearful stories about big fish being lost are common at any bass tournament. But these woeful tails were legion on Day 1 of the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Southern Open presented by Allstate.
You wouldn't think Lake Guntersville's many bridges had any dream-fulfilling power left in them.
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.
Timing proved to be very important on Hartwell.
I attended my first Bassmaster Classic on a lark. I was 20 years old, home from college on a summer break and read in the newspaper (remember those?) that the 1990 Bassmaster Classic was taking place just 90 miles down the road in Richmond.
What's different and unusual about the 2015 Bassmaster Classic is who won't be there.
Internet coverage for this year’s Classic will include live on-the-water video of anglers on Lake Hartwell.
I thought KVD was going to wish him luck. Instead he warned that he'd bury him at the weigh-in scales that afternoon.
After about 15 minutes on their starting spot in Crescent Lake, Thomas and James Oltorik knew that it was time to make the decision whether to run.
Despite an about-face game plan and 3.25 hours of downtime, Coby Carden rolled with whatever Day 2 threw at him to maintain his lead.