Edwin Evers finished strong to win on the St. Lawrence River, making him the first to win back-to-back Elite Series events.
In becoming the first angler to win consecutive Elite events, Edwin Evers also joined an elite crowd of five with double-digit victories.
Growing up, we didn’t catch a lot of smallmouth, so I think I’m looking forward to this more as a fisherman than as a tournament angler.
With his busiest stretch of the Elite Series season just around the corner, now more than ever, Randy Howell needs to be limber, healthy and ready to go.
Minnesota’s Trevor Lo is Classic bound after defeating Texas A&M’s Josh Bensema in the Final Round of the 2015 Carhartt College Bassmaster Classic Bracket presented by Bass Pro Shops.
It seems like every year lately — three to be exact — I find myself writing a column about how I’m up against it, fighting for a spot in next year’s GEICO Bassmaster Classic.
After a tough start to the Bassmaster Elite Series season, Edwin Evers admits his sour attitude has not been much fun for his wife, Tuesday, but things should lighten up now after he won BASSfest and berth to the Classic.
Things didn't go as well for Edwin Evers on Day 4 of Zippo BASSfest at Kentucky Lake presented by A.R.E. Truck Caps, but he still leads with 72-4.
While the Top 50 pros from Days 1 and 2 rested and conducted seminars for fans, the remaining 74 anglers took part in a unique Second Chance tournament on Lake Barkley.
The Old Milwaukee B.A.S.S. Nation Championship will return to Monroe, La., and the Ouachita River, Nov. 5-7, B.A.S.S. announced today.