The field of competitors for the 2012 Bassmaster Elite Series promises to be the strongest ever.
Nothing imitates a dying shad quite so well as a jigging spoon, and this Elite pro tells you how to use it.
Now more than ever so, I find, life is such a gift, so fragile of a gift, and because of that I find that I am now have a whole different perception of people, I find myself accepting people more now for what they are, and how special everyone is than I ever felt before.
Certain anglers have a reputation as big bass catchers. Some of them may not always come to the scales with a limit, but more often than most they have a "kicker," and sometimes that one fish gets them a check.
The 2012 Classic and Elite fields will be set soon. Here are the compelling stories coming up.
With everyone catching limits almost every day, big bass are important to the Elites. Who's the best at catching them?
Among Bassmaster Elite Series anglers, no one has as many tournament lunkers as Kelly Jordon. This is his favorite way to target big bass right now.
Through all the warnings, db thought he was writing for YOU, not himself.
Nearly three months after the Bassmaster Elite Series wrapped up its regular season, Keith Poche was feeling restless, itching to get back into a major competition.
Jeff Kriet grew up in Oklahoma but claims that the Arkansas River that runs through the state has never been among his favorite fisheries.