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Jeff Kriet shows off new boat wrap

Feb 9, 2015

Jeff Kriet has changed title sponsors for the 2015 Bassmaster Elite Series from Uncle Rays to HydroWave.  Jeff will be running a full truck and boat wrap showcasing HydroWave and its second-generation product, H2. “I’m a partner in HydroWave and have wanted to promote my company but was in a long term contract promoting Uncle Rays. Now that the contract has expired I have the opportunity. HydroWave is a tool that I and most all other pros, have come to rely on, so it is exciting to get the word out further.”

KVD: A chance to witness Classic history firsthand

Feb 6, 2015

The Classic Expo has become so big and popular that many tackle companies use it to introduce new products for the coming year.

Bass Pro Shops' Spring Fishing Classic kicks off with live TV show on Outdoor Channel

Feb 6, 2015

Opening Day Countdown will feature great fishing tips for bass, crappie, walleye and trout.

Dick Cepek Tires & Wheels sponsors 4 Elites

Feb 6, 2015

Hackney, Walker, Pirch and Tucker join the Dick Cepek team.

Martens joins Monster Fishing Tackle

Feb 4, 2015

For Aaron Martens, the agreement is about having an additional avenue to educate the fans on how to catch more fish.

Team Championship set for Lake Guntersville

Feb 3, 2015

Lake Guntersville, site of the 2014 GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by Diet Mountain Dew and GoPro, has been selected to host the 2015 Toyota Bonus Bucks Bassmaster Team Championship.

Fishing jerkbaits in cold water

Feb 3, 2015

After almost three winters experimenting, Ike has come to the conclusion that cold water jerkbaits fall into three categories.

Brandon Lester's building blocks

Feb 3, 2015

Brandon Lester is building a career the right way, one step and one rod at a time.

Hoping this Hartwell Classic is different

Jan 29, 2015

Lake Hartwell is where Chris Lane's dream of fishing a Bassmaster Classic came true.

Hibdons dealing with new reality

Jan 28, 2015

Editor's note: The following was excerpted from a story that appeared in The Kansas City Star earlier this month. The full story is available here. Guido Hibdon never thought he would see this day, when he would have to scrap for sponsors, when he wondered if there was going to be enough money to even compete on the pro bass circuit.

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