Denny Brauer scrambles on Arkansas River for Day One lead, with Ish only two ounces back.
Local pros were surprised by changes to the way the Arkansas River fished on Day One of the Diamond Drive.
Live blog from Day One of the Elite Series Diamond Drive
The earth came for us these past 21 days of Spring, taking family, friends, memories and laid heavy the weight upon the earth.
After the Pride of Georgia event on West Point Lake, there are now 107 points separating Alton Jones and his competition in the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year standings.
Images from the final weigh-in on West Point Lake
Former Bassmaster Classic champion Stanley Mitchell is living the good life thanks to his family’s business.
LAGRANGE, Ga. -- An ounce is 1/16th of a pound, barely a decent sip of water. That ounce also was the difference between 12th and 13th place, fishing the final day of the Pride of Georgia, and at least $1,000. Denny Brauer’s three-day total of 39 pounds, 9 ounces left Pat Golden, at 39-8, on the outside looking in. Both anglers are pleased with their outcomes, but Golden is understandably slightly more sullen by missing the final day by a single ounce.
As a kid, it was a huge thrill for me to meet the guys that I'd read about in Bassmaster Magazine or saw on TV for the first time — guys that I would later compete against on the tournament trail.
In this photo gallery, you'll find images of several of the Elite anglers as they interact with enthusiastic fans at the 2011 Elite Series Battle on the Bayou on Toledo Bend Reservoir, near Many, Louisiana.