Observations from the pros after Day Two of the 2008 Bassmaster Classic.
BIRMINGHAM — Kalamazoo's Kevin VanDam lived up to his reputation as the "Tiger Woods" of bass fishing, roaring from 19th place into the lead as the Bassmaster Classic heads into today's final round on Lay Lake. In Tiger-like fashion, VanDam put together a rally to catch 19 pounds, 14 ounces Saturday — including the 5 pound, 7 ounce lunker of the day — to take a slim 9-ounce lead with 32 pounds, 15 ounces.
Gerald Swindle sincerely sorry for a bad decision that cost him dearly.
Gerald Swindle is not a happy angler, and he is paying the ultimate price for his recklessness.
The pros at the 2007 Bassmaster American are hoping for a better Day Four than what they've been dealing with so far.
The Bassmaster professionals talk about how physically demanding fishing is on their bodies.
Pro anglers explain how important the Strike Zone is and how important it is.
In this photo gallery you see images of Casey Ashley.
The pros explain why it's so important to learn the 'strike zone'.
"The ledge was the only place I got quality fish, so I bent the hook on my jig and made one pass and I had 11 bites on one pass on that bluff. That's where I stayed."