The past couple of weeks in Texas were a blast. I really enjoyed both Bassmaster Elite Series events down there. Falcon was fun because it was a slugfest, and I love catching giants. Sabine was fun because every keeper there was like gold.
Elite Series pros visit a Wonderland and teach some young anglers a few new tricks.
I’ve been fishing pro events for 23 years; I’ve gained a lot of experience and seen a lot of things happen on the water. But despite countless hours of fishing, I still come away with a wealth of knowledge after every tournament.
We can already start to make some educated guesses about who's in the hunt for AOY and who needs to get things in gear before this year gets away from them.
Alton Jones tells his side of the story on why he didn't follow the "unwritten rule" when it came to a key 30-yard stretch of water that he and Dean Rojas were sharing at the Sabine River Challenge Presented by STARK Cultural Venues.
Byron "BJ" Haseotes is a member of the national pro staff for Secret Lures for 2013.
As the final 12 Elite Series anglers arrived at Falcon Lake’s take-off location on Sunday, they were greeted by harsh winds and a blinding sand storm. Only Rick Clunn could have benefited from fishing in such conditions.
The next time you consider becoming a touring bass pro, think twice.
Missing the first two cuts of an eight event season might not seem like a big deal, but it's digging a hole.
Todd Faircloth, the winner on the Sabine River, talked to fans today on Twitter, answering multiple tips and techniques questions.