Rumor has it that the fight began when they exchanged words over who gets to run the trolling motor at the Bassmaster Legends tournament.
Over the past three decades, veteran Oklahoma pro Ken Cook has been a consistent competitor on the professional bass fishing scene. In a sport where longevity at the top level is rare, Cook has found a way to remain competitive long after claiming his first professional Bassmaster victory on Florida's Lake Toho in 1982.
Long-time pro anglers Guy Eaker and Ken Cook, along with respected journalist Dave Precht, the Bass Fishing Hall of Fame this coming February when they are officially inducted.
Ken Cook, a former fisheries biologist and a Bassmaster Classic champion tells us about crawfish and crawfish lures.
The Opens have proven to be very popular with anglers looking for a highly competitive circuit with opportunities to advance to the most prestigious tournament levels in bass fishing.
In this photo gallery you will see images of the 2009 Northern open on Lake Champlain in New York state. It is the third day of images behind the scene.
In this photo gallery you will see images of the 2009 Northern open on Lake Champlain in New York State. You will see images of the second day behind the scenes.
In this photo gallery you will see the 2009 Northern open on Lake Champlain in New York State. You will see the first day launch.
In this photo gallery you will see Ken Cooks last elite pro series.
In this photo gallery, you'll find behind-the-scenes images from Day Two of the 2009 Elite Series Champion's Choice on Oneida Lake near Syracuse, New York.