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.
With more than 10 years as a professional angler on the nation’s top circuits, John Crews brings his design and tournament experience into the market with the launch of MISSILE BAITS.
The field of competitors for the 2012 Bassmaster Elite Series promises to be the strongest ever.
If you’re going to learn a new technique, you have to fish it.
Let’s talk about the tournament. Oneida was good to me. I missed the cut by 2 ounces. More importantly, after some self-analysis — much of it through this column — I’m making better decisions.
See how the Top 12 caught their fish at the final Bass Pro Shops Northern Open.
Ish was on a hot frog bite all three days and backed it up with a prototype flipping bait to sack 51-2, more than two pounds ahead of runner-up Michael Simonton.