The Evan Williams Bourbon Showdown at St. Lawrence River is set for Aug. 8-11 out of Waddington, N.Y.
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.
Fifty fewer anglers, constantly changing current flows and an increasing largemouth bass bite will add to the unpredictable nature of the Alabama River Challenge Saturday.
The truth is, the same things that lead an Elite angler to an AOY title will work for you in your bass club or in any other tournament circuit out there.
We asked the Elites who they thought would prevail at the Alabama River Charge, and here are the picks of the pros!
The pros prepare to take on the high waters at the Alabama River Charge!
Thirteen of the anglers fishing this event call Alabama home, and at least one is in each Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing bucket.
California angler wins $100,000, his 14th Classic qualification and enough points to boost him to third in the AOY race.