The world championship of bass fishing — the GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by GoPro — will return to one of its most popular destinations in 2016, Tulsa, Okla.
Find out when to watch the Classic this weekend.
The world championship bass fishing tournament recorded the second highest attendance for the three competition days in the event’s 43-year history.
Mississippi angler goes wire-to-wire for first victory on fifth Classic appearance
On the morning of the biggest competition of your life, what do you eat and drink to get you going?
Cold, ice, sleet, rain, thunder and lightning — Tulsa has seen it all in the days leading up to the Friday-through-Sunday world championship of bass fishing on Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees.
Brent Chapman, the 2012 Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year, ascended the ballroom stage at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino confidently but quietly, without added flair.
Mike McClelland says he is “flying under the radar” going into his ninth Bassmaster Classic. He could not be happier about that.
Ask any Bassmaster Classic qualifier to describe why being in this particular tournament is cool. Most will come up something like this: “Well, it’s the Classic, isn’t it?”
Bassmaster Classic fans can always expect a world-class fishing competition. But lumberjacks and Labrador retrievers?