Aaron Martens is doing his best to show Skylar Hamilton how to get rid of the 12-inch spotted bass in his livewell. "Throw right up there," Martens said, as he reeled in a 4 1/2 pounder. He's got close to 10 pounds now. We were just told that this is Chickamauga Creek, which made Hamilton feel better, knowing that he can catch 'em on Chickamauga.
Dennis Tietje with his second keeper. Bassmaster Marshal Andy Campbell
I went into my internship at B.A.S.S. green. I didn’t know a single thing about bass fishing or the culture surrounding it. I had worked for my college newspaper and alumni magazine while I was in school, and I knew I wanted to try something different. Well, I got exactly what I wanted.
Here at Bassmaster University, Elite pro Fred Roumbanis is teaching a session on flippin and pitchin. One of his tips: when he's flippin and
At the Bassmaster Outdoor Expo, a young fan asks Boyd Duckett questions about his favorite boats.
Kernan says he has culled up to about 18 pounds. Photo by Bassmaster Marhsal Mike Spurlock
On his day off from competition, Edwin Evers visits with fans at the Nitro booth at the Bassmaster Outdoor Expo.