Anglers competing in the 2015 Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Southern Open presented by Allstate on Lake Tohopekaliga are going to find a different body of water than they experienced in last season’s event.
Though the Howells now are preparing for the 2015 Elite Series, Robin Howell would like to share memories from each of the 2014 Elite Series destinations.
Make a list of bass fisheries you’ve never visited and see how many you can reach in the next 12 months.
Is there a better way to start a new year than casting for bass on one of the country’s best big fish factories? The Carhartt Bassmaster College Series thinks not, as the Southern Regional will be held Jan. 3-5 on Florida’s St. Johns River, which ranked 48th last year on Bassmaster’s 100 Best Bass Lakes list.
For Bobby Lane, it’s a way of giving something back to the sport that has brought him so much success.
Gerald Blanchard, a participant in 19 Bassmaster events and winner of the second-ever B.A.S.S. tournament in 1967, passed away at his home in North Port, Fla. Formerly of Memphis, Tenn., Blanchard was 75.
Randy Allen jumped into the Elite Series when he qualified in 2008, but he now says that was a mistake. He vows to do better in 2015.
In 2015, Koby Kreiger will compete on the Bassmaster Elite Series, but he'll guide for tarpon during his off time.
Randall Tharp, a pro from the Southeast, experienced culture shock in southern California.
Russ Lane will be instrumental in designing new products for the reel accessory manufacturer.