In this article they talk about Jamie Laiche at the Central Open on the Kentucky lake.
In this article you will read about Jamie Laiche's quest to be elite. He is at the central open on Kentucky lake.
The three pros who finish at the top of the points standings after Texoma will qualify for the 2009 Classic, Feb. 20-22 on the Red River out of Shreveport-Bossier City, La. The top 10 Central Open pros will be invited to advance to the Bassmaster Elite Series.
In this photo gallery, you'll find images of the youth events held on Lake Yankton near Yankton, South Dakota in conjunction with the 2008 Federation Central Divisional.
In this photo gallery, you'll find images from Day Three of the 2008 Federation Central Divisional on Lewis and Clark Lake, near Yankton, South Dakota.
Louisiana angler Jamie Laiche won his second straight BASS Federation Nation Central Divisional title at Lewis & Clark Reservoir and now he has his sights set on consecutive trips to the Bassmaster Classic.
The Louisiana angler had to make some adjustments, especially after today's takeoff was delayed for two hours as a severe thunderstorm passed over the lake.
2008 Bassmaster Classic angler Jamie Fraiche gets a message from his sister in Iraq.
Jeff Freeman, a sheriff from Virginia, is headed to the 2008 Bassmaster Classic.
Starting on the lower end of Lake Toho, Freeman caught a limit of keeper bass before moving to the middle part of the lake, where he hauled in three bigger fish that allowed him to cull the smaller keepers.