This may be sacrilegious for a writer to declare but this year I’m working diligently to remove certain words from my vocabulary. Specifically, I’m trying to limit the use of “lost,” “loser” and “losing” from my articles.
Last week I said something like my tournament performance on Seminole was horrible.
Sports Illustrated went behind the scenes at the 2014 GEICO Bassmaster Classic to capture the action for SI fans.
Rather than talk about my mediocre performance in the first two tournaments of the season, I think we should put a face to the men and women who make this sport, as well as our way of life, possible.
The award won by the Lake Oconee Bassmasters at the 2014 Conservation Summit is now home with its club, the Lake Oconee Bassmasters.
Walking into the first day of work at a new job can be a hard task anywhere. Starting your first day at 4 a.m. on Day 1 of the 2014 GEICO Bassmaster Classic is a whole other monster to wrangle.
It was March 10, 2004, when the first ChatterBaits went on sale. Ronny Davis had been tinkering for years with the unusual-looking fishing lure featuring a hexagonal-shaped metal blade on a lead-head jig.
Day 3 of the GEICO Bassmaster Classic was full of agony for Randall Tharp; watch as he loses what could have been the winning bass.
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.
Randy Howell explains how he won the 2014 GEICO Bassmaster Classic.