I’m here to tell you that the tournament on the Arkansas River was one of the most physically demanding events I’ve ever fished.
Most Elites say Jonathon VanDam shouldn’t have returned to spot where Denny Brauer took lead.
It's obvious Denny Brauer is still a force to be reckoned with on the Elite trail.
From the floods to our winner almost being locked out, it was quite a tournament on the Arkansas River.
The top five finishers in the Diamond Drive reveal the specifics of their winning rigs and techniques.
On the water photos from the final day of the 2011 Diamond Drive.
Edwin Evers will vie for the AOY title this week with Kevin VanDam.
Missouri’s Denny Brauer locks down 17th Bassmaster victory
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Even with a 10-pound, 2-ounce lead going into the final day of the Bassmaster Elite Series Diamond Drive, Denny Brauer wasn’t a happy man at Saturday’s weigh-in. Brauer, a 62-year-old B.A.S.S. veteran angler with $2.4 million in career winnings, felt that Elite Series rookie Jonathan VanDam had broken an unwritten rule of bass fishing etiquette.
Aerial photos from day four of the 2011 Elite Series Diamond Drive tournament.