Elites get underway for another day on Toledo Bend. Can anyone catch Jared Lintner?
The Evan Williams Bourbon Bassmaster Elite Series event at Toledo Bend should be one to remember as the big bass are plentiful and many of those trophy kickers needed to win an Elite event are still in the shallower regions of the lake.
The pros attend briefings and meet Marshals in preparation for Day 1 of competition.
If only the last bass Gerald Swindle caught had just inhaled, say, a big crawfish, he might have won the Bassmaster Elite Series title on Toledo Bend Reservoir in 2011.
Last week, I attended a media outing on Table Rock Lake, Mo., at Big Cedar Lodge. I was invited by Carhartt to represent their company during the media functions.
Gerald Swindle had a dismal Classic showing at Lake Guntersville, and no
Take another look at the Elites Day 2 on Table Rock, this time from the perspective of the Bassmaster Marshals.
The top 50 Elites head out onto Table Rock Lake, all vying for the Top 12 cut.
See how the Elites fared on the second day of the A.R.E. Truck Caps Bassmaster Elite at Table Rock Lake.
After B.A.S.S. officials purposely hurried through weigh-in to outpace another dangerous fast approaching storm, Elite Series pros Britt Myers, Gerald Swindle and Terry Scroggins rushed to prepare tackle and watch the weather radar together at a house they’re sharing near Blue Eye, MO along Table Rock’s shoreline. As much as discussion centered on the importance of getting one good bite to separate yourself from the super-tight pack of 10 to 13-pound limits, wise minds were on the weather.