A bit of advice I gave a few years back came full circle when I ran into Connor Bedsole at the 2012 Carhartt Bassmaster College Series South Super Regional.
This Saturday, the Lane family will be holding their Reeling in Future Pros event here in Guntersville, Ala.
I’m headed back to Florida for a week The Fourth of July holiday is over. We celebrated our country’s birthday by spending five days on Lake Guntersville with the family, the in-laws as well as the Martens family. It was fun. We went swimming, went kneeboarding and generally played around all day long. It was a much needed break from tournament competition. But that was last week.
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It’s been an exciting week for me. My new ride is in, and is it ever a fine looking vehicle.
Chris Lane's rise to the title of Classic champion started with his education in the B.A.S.S. Federation Nation.
Can Martens hang on? How good is the fishing on Douglas Lake? And will Brent Chapman and Bobby Lane keep their streaks going?
Friday dawned cloudy and rainy, which was exactly what Chris Lane wanted to see on Day Two of the Douglas Lake Challenge.
Alabama’s largest and perhaps most famous bass lake, 69,100-acre Guntersville stretches 75 miles along the course of the Tennessee River between Nickajack and Guntersville dams in the northeastern part of the state.
Bull Shoals Lake proved to be a pleasant surprise during the TroKar Quest last week, mainly because the lake is on an upswing due to recent high-water years and a bass population that has exploded.