The Bassmaster Elite Series finale on Oneida Lake raised an interesting statistical point that's right up the alley of Bassonomics. I wonder how many of you caught it. At first, I certainly didn't.
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.
Many years ago, while fishing a tournament on the Harris Chain of Lakes in North Central Florida, a bizarre and somewhat disturbing event occurred — an event I feel is well worth sharing.
I’ll tell you what, now’s the time to go fishing. Isaac is over but the cool and freshwater he dumped into many of our rivers and lakes has really turned the fish on. This is the beginning of the fall feeding frenzy.
Eight Elite pros earned their way into Toyota Trucks All-Star Week set for Sept. 20-23 out of Decatur, Ill. Now fishing fans can cast their votes for four more Elites they believe deserve to be in the 2012 postseason.
"Dare to fail" philosophy works well for 26-year-old Brandon Card, the 2012 Bassmaster Elite Series Rookie of the Year.
Randy Howell held lead in the Ramada Championship for another day, while his good friend won the Angler of the Year award.
Shaw Grigsby entered the final regular season Bassmaster Elite Series event at Oneida Lake seeming safely qualified for the 2013 Bassmaster Classic in Tulsa next February.
I’m doing this one from beautiful Oneida Lake here in New York. This place is really nice. I’ve been here three times before, and I swear it gets prettier every time.