If Randy Howell was more like other modern-day professional sports stars, he might tell you that returning to Guntersville, Ala., this week is really no big deal.
Chris Lane spent his time in the minors then toiled for several years in the big leagues, but now he’s found the juice and has become a feared power hitter on the Bassmaster Elite Series. Lane is batting an impressive .300 in the past 10 regular season Elite events, with last month’s Sabine win completing a triple crown of victories. This week Lane has a home game on Lake Guntersville, where he moved his family five years ago. It was there that his life situation settled, where he developed other aspects of his game and regained his fishing mojo.
A few weeks ago, when I took a side trip to JTodd Tucker’s hometown I knew it would be special.
Some ways you can watch content from bassmaster.com on your television without breaking the bank.
I knew this story was coming, the story of the return of Mark Menendez to the Elites, his taking to the water in competition following the passing of his beloved wife.
Hey, just want to bring you a couple quick updates on two stories I did towards the end of the Elites season last year.
Since 2012, Dove has partnered with an organization that echoes his beliefs, The Donald R. Kemp Youth Hunting and Fishing club of Las Cruces, N.M.
Randy Howell, a man of strong Christian faith, knows that winning the 2014 Classic gave him a platform to reach many people.
Texan Brian Clark has qualified for the Elite Series via the Central Opens in 2015, 2009 and 2008.
Tommy Sanders has graced the airwaves for more than a quarter century, but it’s never been about him.