On the morning of the biggest competition of your life, what do you eat and drink to get you going?
Brent Chapman, the 2012 Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year, ascended the ballroom stage at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino confidently but quietly, without added flair.
db may have forgotten to do something... like book rooms at all the Elite events this year.
At the Lakeland Bassmasters' annual banquet on Dec. 8, the club honored Jim Hooven, who is leaving his post as club president after 31 years.
Evers, DeFoe, Martens and Swindle advance to the bracket round of the Toyota Trucks All-Star Week.
It's no secret that Mike Iaconelli is praying he doesn't get a phone call from his wife, Becky, this week. They're expecting a baby that's already past due. Contingency plans have been made; if the phone call comes signaling Becky's in labor, Iaconelli's out of here.
Randy Howell ends a successful year with a big giveaway to his fans, for a good cause.
Allyson Tinsley says she and her twin daughters will be on the lake fishing and tubing, but her husband and son can use her new boat for fishing local tournaments.
Class acts are not hard to find in the Bassmaster Elite Series, neither are anglers who are willing to selflessly do the right thing. Just look to Brent Chapman and Chris Lane.
Brent Chapman was operating under the heaviest weight of all – not blowing a lead in the last event – and he put some serious distance between himself and his closest competitors on Day One.