Elite rookie Brandon Lester figures that a lipless crankbait will play a big role this week at the St. Johns River. Here's the gear he needs to fish it.
After polling the anglers at their usual pre-tournament meeting Wednesday, this event appears to be more of a wildcard than in previous years.
Elite Series pros gather for the pre-tournament briefing.
Bassmaster Elite Series rookie Brandon Lester has signed with Mud Hole Custom Tackle.
A mixing of the buckets means that the St. Johns could play host to one of the highest Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing scores ever — that is, if history repeats itself.
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.
From watching the War Room to reading the Live Blog, you can keep up with the pros on Bassmaster.com.
If you want to win your league this week — and win that boat at season’s end — you must assume some risk and pick a long-odds angler or two.
A lot of guys will be moving around slowly looking for beds, as well as searching for bass with a topwater or burning a spinnerbait.
Sunday, Hite won the first Bassmaster Elite Series event in which he’s competed, the Dick Cepek Tires Bassmaster Elite at Lake Seminole presented by Hardee’s.