Richard Howes continues to send in great blog posts about his pre-Classic experience. Since he can't do anything else, he made himself a friend.
This place is ready to go. I’m telling you there isn’t any part of Guntersville, Ala., that isn’t into the 2014 GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by Diet Mountain Dew and GoPro. It’s the talk of the town, regardless of where you go or what you’re doing.
When we last saw Rich Howes, a competitor in the Classic, he was leaving sunny Florida to travel to Guntersville. Rich let us know he's sorry he didn't bring Florida weather with him.
They say records are made to be broken. Some of these will fall in 2014 ... others will almost certainly live another year.
The Classic this year is not at the North Pole, despite this picture.
I spent this week organizing my new Nitro while a nearby heater in my Michigan garage reminded me it’s still winter.
One thing I’ve learned over the years is that you have to fish the moment. The guys who win tournaments do that.
Over the weekend Rich Howes said goodbye to his family and headed to Guntersville.
Denny Brauer of Camdenton, Mo., adds to recorded finishes of second, third, fourth and fifth places in his 15 previous Classics. Classic XXVIII (28) was held Aug. 6-8, 1998, in High Rock Lake, N.C.
It will be a fight to the end at the Classic. Be sure you choose the right guys for your Fantasy Fishing team.