Everyone knew the Bassmaster Classic would come down to who got the biggest bite on Sunday.
Stacey King is old school, so he knows about fishing jigs the "old-fashioned way" by casting them. The 56-year-old pro fished his first BASS event in 1986 and was tormenting Missouri bass long before pitching and flipping were fashionable.
In this article, you can read about the variety of ways David Walker, Tennessee pro, caught fish on the first two days, then on the last day, turned to his favorite fishing technique — flipping a jig.
David Walker ends the 2002 Bassmaster Classic in Third Place.