MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Brent Chapman is on a tear. Saturday, the reigning Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year led the four-day Alabama River Charge presented by Star brite for the second consecutive day. Chapman also came close to tearing up his bass rig. During a stomach-churning run upriver against Coosa River rapids to reach the big spotted bass in Jordan Dam tailwaters, his boat struck a rock.
Pros near the dam experienced rough water again today.
Our photographers tracked down a handful of adventurous Elite Series pros as they seined the rapids of the Coosa River below Jordan Dam for spotted bass.
With Day One postponed, some Elites spent the afternoon trout fishing on the White River.
Anglers take to the muddy waters of the Sabine River system. Are they up to the challenge?
Anglers were fishing points and burning gas in search of the right bite on Day One of the Bass Pro Shops Central Open on Fort Gibson Lake, Okla.
Despite Oneida Lake's location above the Mason-Dixon Line, don't expect an all-Northerner Top 12 in the Ramada Championship.
Overheard on Day Three of the Mississippi River Rumble
“I’ve always been a head case and will be the first one to admit it.” – Jeff Kriet “You got to forget there’s a depth finder on your boat and just go up in the junk and try to catch a big one.” – John Murray “I’m sure the weights will go up today, we should really be able to bust them tomorrow.” – Skeet Reese
Some big Florida bass made their way across the stage during the second weigh-in on the Harris Chain!