Fresh off winning the 2015 GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by GoPro, Casey Ashley stops by the Livewell to talk to Mark Zona.
Kendall Newson sparks youth interest in fishing through Teach a Child to Fish, the non-profit organization he founded in 2008.
If you’re wondering how the anglers in the 2015 GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by GoPro managed to fish an entire week wearing gloves to protect their hands from the bitter cold, you’re not alone.
The world championship of bass fishing — the GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by GoPro — will return to one of its most popular destinations in 2016, Tulsa, Okla.
After that first day, I settled down, and I was back to approaching it like one of our regular-season Elite Series events.
As you certainly know by now, the 2015 GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by GoPro was a disappointment for me. The problem started at Media Day — the day before competition began — when it was announced that we'd be starting late. You see, my best pattern involved fishing deep early in the morning. The late start meant that my key bite would be over by the time we launched. That was very bad news, and I wasn't happy about it.
Join newly crowned Bassmaster Classic champion Casey Ashley and runner-up Bobby Lane on Ike Live!, Monday, March 2, at 8 p.m. ET.
Whether it was the homemade version hand-poured by champion Casey Ashley’s father, Danny, or the one used by Jacob Powroznik, the simple-looking Fish-Head Spin put a lot of fish in the boat last week on Lake Hartwell.
As much as I admire Casey and his performance in the Classic, I have to say that I’m disappointed in mine.
Bassmaster Classic is first event to be held out of new Green Pond Landing