When your passion is bass fishing, college may seem like a big speed bump on the way to a pro fishing career. But several Bassmaster Elite Series pros tackled that speed bump before going pro.
While some anglers have made major moves up or down, others have just held their places in line. They have the piece of paper, but the story of their seasons remains a big question mark. Mathematically, a lot is still possible.
Check out the best blog photos submitted during the Bassmaster Elite at Sabine River.
I knew this story was coming, the story of the return of Mark Menendez to the Elites, his taking to the water in competition following the passing of his beloved wife.
The 2015 Elite series pros strike a pose for the camera during registration for the first Elite event of the season. Say cheese!
The Fantasy Fishing winner for this event won’t win because of his or her A, B, C or E buckets, but rather the choice of anglers in Bucket D.
"I haven't done much fishing the past two years, and some of the times I've been out there it felt like the last place I wanted to be."
Records are made to be broken. B.A.S.S. records began getting set and reset 46 years ago when the company was founded. Here are several you know — and some we bet you don't.
Mark Menendez offers tips on how to use a Quad Shad spinnerbait.
Yamaha Pro Night gives Elite Series anglers and Carhartt College Series anglers a chance to interact after registration for the Carhartt College Series National Championship.