My guess is that it’ll take an average of at least 20 pounds a day just to make a respectable showing and 25 pounds a day if you expect to do anything on Sunday.
John Crews arrives at this week’s event with more on his mind than just a tournament win. He also has his sights set on a win for autism, and he’s been preparing equally hard for it.
Chris Lane says that this tournament sets up perfectly for Aaron Martens.
After opening the season on the Sabine River where daily limits of 14-inch keepers were impossible for some anglers to come by, the Bassmaster Elite Series pros are now headed for the land of giants, Alabama’s Lake Guntersville.
Mark Zona and Tommy Sanders discuss next week's Diet Mtn Dew Bassmaster Elite on Lake Guntersville.
I’m looking forward to next week’s Guntersville event. Without question, Guntersville is one of the best lakes on the Tennessee River and ranks among the country’s premier bass lakes.
At least 12 pros have won on Guntersville before, and at least one of those winners is in each bucket.
Absent a tornado or some other natural disaster, this one is going to be an absolute slugfest.
ORANGE, Texas – Not being from around here, it only took a few minutes in a boat on the Sabine River Thursday morning for me to realize this isn’t the kind of water I grew up on. I’ve spent countless hours on the Coosa River in Alabama, and I don’t ever remember seeing mullet jump 2 and 3 feet out of the water when they were spooked by a bass boat. But I saw it today as Shaye Baker and I followed Aaron Martens through a narrow canal during the opening round of the Bassmaster Elite at Sabine River Presented by STARK Cultural Venues.
I can’t honestly say how I’m going to do in this week’s season-opening Bassmaster Elite Series event on the Sabine River.