Randall Tharp has only been fishing competitively for five years, but he was ready for our 20 Questions.
Clark Reehm has been fishing B.A.S.S. events on the pro side since 2002, and is one of the youngest on the Elite circuit at age 30. He's begun to make a name for himself with his second Bassmaster Classic berth, and is looking to be around for a while. Here's how he answered our 20 Questions:
There are several full-service hunting and fishing operations in the Southeast. Most of them offer customized service, and all of them strive to make your stay positive, memorable and enriching.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- Riding along the Alabama River Friday, chasing competitors in the Toyota Trucks Championship Week and filing reports on the practice fishing for www.bassmaster.com, I was overwhelmed with memories of past days and events on this river.
Jason Williamson answers 20 Questions about his pro career.
Photos from the expo at the 2010 Bassmaster Classic.
Hank Parker, winner of two Bassmaster Classics (1979 and 1989), tells a story about a time when a tackle rule nearly cost him his first Classic win.
It was a Bitter loss to Hank Harper at the 19th. Bassmaster Classic on James River.
Most Classic fans know about the 10 pounds rule, but if you don't here it is: Each Classic competitor is allowed just 10 pounds of terminal tackle in the boat with him. That includes lures, sinkers, hooks and the like.