OK, let’s face it; my Florida tournament performance was horrible. I don’t know what’s wrong but whatever it is, it’s beginning to take a toll on me.
2012 Bassmaster Classic champ Chris Lane gave Power-Pole Slam champ Ish Monroe a run for his money on Lake Okeechobee.
With another 30-pound bag Sunday, California’s Ish Monroe tops century mark to claim his second Bassmaster Elite Series victory.
Bass fishermen generally have a love/hate relationship with Lake Okeechobee. Yes, it's one of the best bass fishing lakes in the world. And it can also leave you frustrated enough to break a flipping stick across your knee.
Kelly Jordon managed to get past the feathers he found on Day One to find the chickens on Day Two.
Take a look behind the scenes on Day Two of the 2012 Elite Series Power-Pole Slam from Lake Okeechobee.
Take a look behind the scenes on Day One of the 2012 Elite Series Power-Pole Slam from Lake Okeechobee.
Ish Monroe had one of those magical days all pros dream about: hauling aboard lunker after lunker after lunker. The five best ones added up to 34 pounds, 5 ounces, and the first-day lead in the Power-Pole Slam on Lake Okeechobee by 8 pounds, 12 ounces, over Davy Hite.
Right now, home is about 2,000 miles away for Brandon Palaniuk and Josh Polfer, Bassmaster Classic qualifiers from Idaho.
I’ve been doing a little Bassmaster Classic reconnaissance while healing from hernia surgery.