What do Marshals do on their day off? Apparently they pick morel mushrooms! From left to right, Troy Krodinger, Lee Asher, and Jeremy Homeyer.
Strong storms heading straight toward Bull Shoals Lake, Ark., early Thursday morning forced B.A.S.S. officials to postpone the start of the Bassmaster Elite Series Ramada Quest.
You can feel the storm approaching Bull Shoals. But, for the moment,the Iaconellis and Chapmans enjoy the serene and beautiful White River with family.
Before the storm hit, Brent and family try their luck on the White River
The rain has gradually ceased. It's been just raining, even sprinkling at times. The much-awaited, much-feared storm came in with bang and went out with a whimper. The biggest thing you would have to deal with now is the wind. It's gusting really strong, near the 40 mile mark. But even that's not the worst of it. In the last three hours, the temperature has dropped 20 degrees. Strong winds in a wet environment with 50-degree temps is cold, especially when you start your day with sandals and shorts.
On this episode of The Livewell, Tommy Sanders checks in with Mark Zona on fishing conditions and favorites for Bull Shoals Lake and the Ramada Quest.
Cliff Crochet wasn't going to be silent when Russ Lane teased him on Twitter.
You've now got until Friday morning to enter or edit your lineup. This week's winner gets a $2,500 Bass Pro Shops gift card!
B.A.S.S. photographer Seigo Saito catches up with Elite Series pros in and around Bull Shoals as they decide how to spend their free day.
See what Ott does on a cancelled tournament day.