After one day of fishing on Lake Guntersville, the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series weight records were in jeopardy. By the end of Saturday, they were destroyed as Bethel edged UNC-Charlotte.
They came, the future of B.A.S.S., toes tapping and bodies racing, to one of their first big exams.
Carhartt College Series records are in jeopardy after Day One of the South Super Regional on Lake Guntersville. Leading the big bass parade was Auburn Montgomery’s Tyler Strock and Dalton Darnell with 28 pounds, 10 ounces.
Records will fall on Guntersville this weekend as 112 teams get set for the opening event of the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series.
Today, the state of Alabama announced the creation of an unprecedented experience for bass anglers: The Alabama Bass Trail.
Collegiate anglers from all over the Southeast will travel to Alabama’s Lake Guntersville March 9-10 for the first event of the 2012 Carhartt Bassmaster College Series, a Southern Super Regional.
A Bassmaster Classic champ for one week now, Chris Lane is just beginning to understand what winning the title really means.
Newly crowned Bassmaster Classic champ Chris Lane is headed to ESPN headquarters in Bristol, Conn., Friday to appear in a round of interviews — “the car wash,” as it’s known at ESPN.
The next time you find yourself sharing water, try one of these tips to get more bites and catch more bass.
Chris Lane of Guntersville, Ala., won the Bassmaster Classic on Sunday by more than 3 pounds, fending off Greg Vinson.