In the past few weeks, if 2012 Bassmaster Classic champ Chris Lane wasn’t competing, he had his cell phone stuck to his ear.
As the pros in the Bassmaster Elite Series left Lake Okeechobee last Sunday, amateur anglers in the Cabela’s B.A.S.S. Federation Nation Southern Divisional were taking their place.
OK, let’s face it; my Florida tournament performance was horrible. I don’t know what’s wrong but whatever it is, it’s beginning to take a toll on me.
Heavy fishing pressure from a couple of major tournaments has put Lake Okeechobee to the test but the Big O should continue to shine this week during the Cabela’s B.A.S.S. Federation Nation Southern Divisional.
I’m living in a new world. This Classic thing is something else. I’ve never had so many guys come up and congratulate me as I did during the St. Johns and Okeechobee tournaments.
2012 Bassmaster Classic champ Chris Lane gave Power-Pole Slam champ Ish Monroe a run for his money on Lake Okeechobee.
Okeechobee bass just experienced tons of pressure from the Bassmaster Elite Series pros. This week, Federation Nation Southern Divisional contenders will take on the huge fishery.
I want to talk a little about fishing lure development. Sometimes it’s a carefully mapped out plan that comes together with anglers, engineers and manufacturing companies. Other times, it’s just something that happens. That’s the way it was with the new Havoc Smash Tube from Berkley.
With another 30-pound bag Sunday, California’s Ish Monroe tops century mark to claim his second Bassmaster Elite Series victory.
A thunderstorm moved in on Lake Okeechobee the afternoon of Day Four, causing damage to the weigh-in stage and surrounding area.