Folks who know me, know that I enjoy a good game of pool, but the handful of days leading up to the Bassmaster Classic on Lake Guntersville will be all about a different type of game – this one’s a puzzle.
Tim Johnston experienced some extreme B.A.S.S. Nation hospitality in his quest for the Classic trophy.
Full of energy and smiles, you would have never known that 13-year-old Chase Huelsey is sick, except for his missing hair. As he bounced from one professional bass fishing angler to another, collecting autographs on his T-shirt, he explained that he likes to go fishing at Bear Creek.
Kevin VanDam says he is better prepared for the Feb. 21-23 GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by Diet Mountain Dew and GoPro than he’s been for any of his other 23 Classic competitions.
OK, the first three days of practice for the 2014 GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by Diet Mountain Dew and GoPro are in the bag. Practice was an interesting experience.
How much can Bassmaster Classic anglers profit from the patterns that hauled some tremendous bags out of Lake Guntersville in the inaugural Alabama Bass Trail tournament?
It's been an unpredictable winter at Guntersville this year -- what does that mean for the weather conditions at this year's Classic?
Lake Guntersville has been recognized as one of the nation's greatest bass fishing spots for more than 40 years, and recent Bassmaster polls have consistently ranked it consistently as one of the top in the country.
As I drove to Birmingham yesterday, I was thinking about this Classic and the potential it has to being the greatest of them all.
For Josh Bertrand, Ott DeFoe and Tommy Biffle, the Classic is the ultimate test of their abilities.