The last few weeks have been crazy busy, which is great! I’ve been working with the media, answering emails, talking to sponsors and putting the finishing touches on my new Phoenix/ Yamaha rig. I’ve been without a boat for a while, so I’m ready to get back out there and do some fishing. With the weather getting colder, I’ll definitely be throwing one of my favorite contraptions: the umbrella rig.
All secrets must be let out of the bag eventually, but delaying the announcement is something Shane Lehew and his father Troy could control. Paul Elias made the Alabama Rig famous when he won on Lake Guntersville in October of 2011. Not long after that event, the Lehews cleaned up tournaments on Lake Norman throwing the Alabama Rig. But not just any A-Rig.
Tournament day cancellations not as common as you think.
Skip Walden answers several common questions about being a Bassmaster Marshal.
Now that we have those Labor Day cookouts behind us, we’re heading into one of the year’s key transitional periods – the change from summer to fall.
In 2015, B.A.S.S. celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Bassmaster Elite Series with a schedule that commemorates some of the greatest events in bass fishing history.
Here are some Elite Series pros that were picked by their peers to do well.
The Elite Series needs to step outside its comfort zone at times.
Steve Bowman reflects on what made the Delaware River so special.
This week on the Delaware River, Michael Iaconelli has been the prince of tides.