As far as many of you are concerned, Chad Morgenthaler’s 2013 season started in December at Lake Okeechobee when he won the Wild Card event and qualified for his first Classic in eight years. As far as I’m concerned, it started in January, also at Okeechobee.
This week I want to write about something I saw last week that I believe is affecting, and will continue to affect, out sport. That is its growing popularity. When I did the math from Lake Okeechobee over the weekend I realized that there were over 400 boats fishing various tournaments.
Chris Lane’s dream of winning the 2014 GEICO Bassmaster Classic is different than the dreams of the other 55 anglers in the game.
Local anglers fare well despite flaky Florida weather.
Catch up with the collegiate anglers on Day Two of the 2014 Carhartt College Southern B.A.S.S. Regional.
A record number of teams turn out for Southern Regional.
A record-setting field will take to the water Jan. 3-4 for the 2014 Carhartt Bassmaster College Southern B.A.S.S. Regional on Florida's massive Lake Okeechobee.
It’s Christmas Day. I hope Santa Clause was good to everyone, and to those you care about. That’s important, you know. And, I hope everyone takes a minute or two — actually, we should all take a lot more time than that — to reflect of the real meaning of Christmas.
Terry “Big Show” Scroggins will surely be among the favorites when the Bassmaster Elite Series pros compete on the storied St. Johns River in late March 2014.
I’ll tell you what — the bass fishing around the country is better than ever.