If an athlete has set any records, you remember him and his golden number. This is about Rick Clunn's.
These are the 31 champions in the history of the Bassmaster Classics along with additional facts of the competitions.
Whether it's days, months, years or ages, the number 36 has some significant correlations in the Bassmaster Classics.
In this article, you can read why Kevin VanDam stands out wherever he goes
In this article read about the controversy that fills the air over Carolina rigging. Texan Kelly Jordon says, "It's a macho thing, while North Carolina pro Marty Stone hates the technique and states that he won't do it.
"Winter is one of my favorite times, especially for clear man-made reservoirs."
Read how the 12th attempt brought victory to Jay Yelas as he won his first Bassmaster Classic tournament on Lay Lake, Alabama.
In this article, you can read about Ray Scott, whose star power cannot be denied. Scott is the impassioned ambassador to a sport whose theatrics were just the kick-start needed to open the Classic Outdoor Show at the Louisiana Superdome.
Read how the contenders in the 2002 Citgo Bassmasters Classic had to figure out how they would fish Lay Lake. A few used tactics that mixed both largemouth and spotted bass.
One of the great appeals of fly tying is that the craftsman can design and build a lure that fits a specific situation.