When Casey Scanlon drives this year between Elite Series events, he will be trying to help parents find their missing children.
The Bassmaster Elite Series returns to Falcon Lake this week, where in 2008 Paul Elias won an Elite tournament with a record catch weighing 132 pounds, 8 ounces.
Watching Todd Faircloth win was something special for T-Roy Broussard, a castmember of the show "Swamp People."
I’ll tell you what, the Sabine River tournament was something else. I’ve never fished any tournament, anywhere — except for a Classic, of course — where the crowds were as big, or as enthusiastic, as they were there.
Faircloth’s win — his fourth Bassmaster Elite Series title and second in Texas — was a victory in a four-day tug-of-war with Dean Rojas.
So many fans of the Bassmaster Elite Series turned out in Orange, Texas, for the March 14-17 Sabine River Challenge presented by STARK Cultural Venues, attendance records were not only broken, they were smashed.
As most of you know by now, I lost control of my boat and ended up on the bank during the Sabine River Challenge.
When looking at the Sabine's performance last week, one thing is clear. If it wasn't the toughest event in Elite history, it certainly ranks no worse (better?) than second.
Todd Faircloth rebounded on Day Four to win in his home state.