Topics: Ken Duke

Dixie Duel Live Blog, Day Three

Jun 18, 2011

Saturday's Day Three action at the Dixie Duel on the Lake Wheeler.

Dixie Duel Live Blog, Day Two

Jun 17, 2011

Relive the Day Two action from the Dixie Duel on Wheeler Lake.

Dixie Duel Live Blog, Day One

Jun 16, 2011

Follow the action live at the Dixie Duel on the Lake Wheeler.

Limits or lunkers: Why not both?

May 27, 2011

People ask me which is most important, big fish or a limit. Any big fish is important, but it’s better to have five.

Conventional wisdom isn't

Apr 20, 2011

If you hang around enough tournament weigh ins, you'll hear all kinds of ideas and theories. Some are obviously correct, some are remarkably stupid, and some are up for grabs — they require more information or research before being lumped into one of the first two categories.

Never too early to start your comeback

Apr 13, 2011

We're nearly halfway through the 2011 Bassmaster Elite Series season and things are taking shape in the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year race.

'Life experiences' with B.A.S.S. continue

Apr 7, 2011

Jon Stewart shares his life experience with anglers, events, and family as he writes about his history with B.A.S.S. and talks about expectations of new chapters with the new ownership of the company.

Day after day ... after day

Mar 28, 2011

Last time we covered a new statistic that I call Daily Catch Ratio (or DCR). I listed the best and worst anglers from the Elite Series for Day One and Day Two. Now let's take a look at who slipped the most from Day One to Day Two of the 2010 Elite Series season.

Fast starts in AOY race

Mar 23, 2011

Look at the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year standings and you'll see some interesting changes from last year at this time. No one in the current top 10 was in the top 10 after two events last year.

Goldbeck's comeback biggest ever?

Mar 23, 2011

On the first day of the 2011 Bassmaster Elite Series tournament on Florida's Harris Chain of Lakes, Grant Goldbeck weighed in one small bass for 1 pound, 1 ounce. If one is the loneliest number — as Three Dog Night once claimed — Goldbeck was in a lonely place, indeed, ranking a dismal 97th out of 99 anglers.

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