The Opens pros launch their boats for the chilly final day of the Southern Open on Florida's Lake Tohopekaliga.
Rich Howes has been a busy man since winning the 2013 Southern Open #1.
See how the anglers fared on Day Two of 2014 Bass Pro Shops Southern Open #1.
Putting two good days of fishing together at the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Open on the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes is proving difficult, but Jeff Cloud has figured something out.
The Bassmaster Elite Series will celebrate bass fishing in a big way when BASSfest comes to Dayton, Tenn., June 11-15.
On this episode of The Livewell, Tommy Sanders chats with the winners of the first college event of 2014, University of Central Florida's Kyle Oliver and Hunter McKamey.
KISSIMMEE, Fla. — Shaw Grigsby vividly remembers his first B.A.S.S. tournament experience on Lake Tohopekaliga, site of this week’s 2014 Bass Pro Shops Southern Open #1 presented by Allstate. On Day One of the 1982 B.A.S.S. Florida Invitational his partner would be none other than Forrest L. Wood, the founder and president of Ranger Boats. Back then, Wood competed on the tour and qualified twice for the Bassmaster Classic. “I went to sleep the night before thinking about how awesome it will be to fish with him,” recalled Grigsby.
It's not often that an angler leads the first day of a Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Open with less than a limit of five bass, but Todd Auten did just that.
After last month's near miss at the Wild Card, I'm going into Toho with some hope.
Back in December I wrote a column about bass fishing being better than ever. I stand by that thought, but I have to say that from what I’m seeing down here in Florida the pressure is beginning to show on Lake Tohopekaliga.