For a quintet of competitors, today’s Bassmaster Classic blast-off rapidly devolved into an ooze-off.
The Bassmaster Classic has been called the “Super Bowl of bass fishing.” But the sport’s most dominant angler says it’s even more than that.
The anglers fishing the 2012 Bassmaster Classic are preparing for changes in the weather on the Red River.
Kevin VanDam is hoping to win his third consecutive Bassmaster Classic. But making history will require a strong Day One on the Red River — something that eluded him here three years ago.
After a good day of practice on the Red River, Mike Iaconelli is feeling cautiously optimistic about his chances in the 2012 Bassmaster Classic.
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.