Matt Greenblatt would have loved to been competing in the 2014 GEICO Bassmaster Classic, but as it turns out, the Florida pro managed to haul home the event’s biggest bass without ever making a cast.
It’s off to Florida this week where all Bassmaster Elite pros are thinking the same thing – I want to kick off the year with a good start.
Once you know the story, it's clear why Jacopo Gallelli says he was “born on the wrong side of the sea."
Superchips announced they have partnered with professional Bassmaster Elite Series angler Glenn Browne of Ocala, Fla.
With two recent foreign expansions, the Southern and Mid-Atlantic divisions of the B.A.S.S. Nation each has an additional country on its roster.
No tour-level angler wants to be at the Classic as a non-competitor. It's just not in our DNA. Unfortunately, that was my role at this year's event.
After adding 20-9 Saturday, Edwin Evers racked up a two-day total of 47 pounds, 6 ounces — enough to move ahead of Day 1 leader Randall Tharp by a single ounce.
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Randall Tharp returned to where he started on Lake Guntersville Friday, bagging 27 pounds, 8 ounces of bass to take an 11-ounce lead over Edwin Evers.
Survey says: Elites agree the lipless crankbait will be a popular choice at the 44th Classic.