On paper, catching all eight species of bass in five days sounded like a superior plan. But it was more difficult than we anticipated as we found ourselves questioning the Guadalupe.
For a brief moment, Bobby Lane was one of the Top 12. A slip-up at Iowa sent him back down the ranks. Can he mount a comeback?
Going into the last event of the regular season, Skeet Reese is looking to make history. The 2009 Bassmaster Classic champion will be gunning hard to join Mark Davis in winning both the Classic and the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year title in the same calendar year.
My dad has never been much of a fisherman. I had a grandpa I hardly knew who I'm told loved to be on the water. The few fishing stories my dad tells are from times he was out with his father-in-law, my grandpa.
Today's winning purse amounts, and the prestige that goes with winning, are inconceivable compared to what they were when some of the anglers first started in competition.
Being Angler of the Year now is a far cry from what it was in Roland Martin's day.
Randy Doyle of Redding, California, has a monster fish story, unfortunately it's undocumented
Chris Horton update you on BASS Conservation and, if you're a Zoniac, you can stay in tune with Mark Zona.
Ken Duke interviews Ed Harp and David Hunter Jones on covering the 2009 Bassmaster Classic.
Each year that Rick Clunn qualifies for the Bassmaster Classic, he is making history. He has appeared in more Classics than any angler and along the way he has scored four wins, another Classic record. In those four wins are the only back-to-back wins, his 1976 and 1977 victories. Clunn's Classic record is the stuff legends are made of, and each year offers him a host of chances at more records.