Born and raised in Natchitoches, La., Keith Poche has come home for his first Bassmaster Classic appearance.
Scott Rook tells how he would fish the Red River if he were in this year's Bassmaster Classic.
Anyone fishing the Bassmaster Classic could win it but historical data shows that Ike, KVD and Hite are likely be in the mix.
None of the 49 Classic qualifiers have been on the Red River lately, because it’s been off limits for more than two months. That will change Friday, the first of four days of practice.
Right now, home is about 2,000 miles away for Brandon Palaniuk and Josh Polfer, Bassmaster Classic qualifiers from Idaho.
Here's some trivia you can use to impress your friends as we get closer to the 2012 Bassmaster Classic.
To win on the Red River takes four similar steps, but the devil is in the details, which change from minute to minute, so even a seemingly foolproof plan to can be undone by one variable that doesn’t play out as expected.
If you want to change the "later," you have to focus on the "now."
Louisiana has plenty to crow about this month with the Feb. 24-26 Bassmaster Classic in Shreveport-Bossier City and the season premiere of Swamp People on History Channel.
Watch Toyota Hooked Up! live from the 2012 Bassmaster Classic in Shreveport-Bossier City, La.