The lock will close at 7:50 with 16 boats total, including some heavy hitters. Then again, they're all heavy hitters
Davy Hite is drinking Muscle Milk, his tournament day staple. "Welcome to the gun show," said Mark Zona, his observer for the day.
As my boat driver Chris and I sped to the lock, we saw Bobby Lane headed the other way -- mechanical problem, gamesmanship or last minute indecision?
We have a murderer's row of river rats lined up on one side of the dock here at Red River South -- Greg Hackney, Stephen Browning and Bill Lowen. That's a lot of shallow water bass fishing expertise in a confined area.
Activities Tuesday for the 49 Classic qualifiers ranged from Keith Poche getting down on his knees and praying to a number of anglers just spending time with their kids.
The 49 anglers go through the rigmarole of registering and going over rules for the 42nd Bassmaster Classic.
There's no experience like the Bassmaster Classic, in 140-character tweets.
Coming off two marathons for which he trained hard, Aaron Martens says he’s in the best shape he’s ever been and ready to take on the Red River.
Born and raised in Natchitoches, La., Keith Poche has come home for his first Bassmaster Classic appearance.
There’s many a country music artist known to savor an occasional day off on a lake, casting for bass. Musician Brian Schram is way past that.