Classic XXXIV (34), was held July 30 - Aug. 1, 2004 in Charlotte, North Carolina. When Takahiro Omori hefted the Classic trophy overhead, bass fishing crowned its first non-American world champion.
This week I talked to Chris Hockley, the Brand Marketing Manager for Berkley. He has some very cool things going for folks coming to the Classic. It's worth your time to visit with these guys at the Classic.
Rich Howes began his practice on Guntersville yesterday with this. He said two things to us with this picture: "Ask Trip how to handle this. This fish are nuts." Let's hope those fish are just as crazy next week. Great pic!
Elite angler Ott Defoe shared with us his first practice bass from yesterday on Guntersville.
How much can Bassmaster Classic anglers profit from the patterns that hauled some tremendous bags out of Lake Guntersville in the inaugural Alabama Bass Trail tournament?
Confidence has never been a problem for Michael Iaconelli, and in the giant marshland known as the Louisiana Delta, he lived up to the old Dizzy Dean adage that, "it ain't bragging if you can back it up."
It's been an unpredictable winter at Guntersville this year -- what does that mean for the weather conditions at this year's Classic?
If you follow the hashtag #bassmasterclassic on any platform that uses hashtags — Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Vine, Google+ or Pinterest — you will find tons of information, photos and videos of the world’s biggest bass fishing event.
Tournament Director Trip Weldon visits Guntersville one week before the GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by Diet Mountain Dew and GoPro.
Lake Guntersville has been recognized as one of the nation's greatest bass fishing spots for more than 40 years, and recent Bassmaster polls have consistently ranked it consistently as one of the top in the country.