Mark Davis, the 1995 Classic champion, is preparing to fish the 2015 GEICO Bassmaster Classic at Lake Hartwell.
The 2015 Bassmaster Elite Series field is now set with a mixture of well-known veteran pros and young up-and-comers ready to zig-zag the country.
The inaugural Toyota Bonus Bucks Bassmaster Team Championship Dec. 10-13 at DeGray Lake is two bass tournaments in one, offering two highly prized titles.
The GEICO Bassmaster Classic — the Super Bowl of Bass Fishing — is not only a must-attend festival for fishing fans, but it is also the crown jewel in a professional angler’s career.
Mark Davis didn't want to mention it during the Elite Series season, and he doesn't want this to sound like an excuse now, but his left shoulder has kept him in considerable pain all year.
Restrictions on the use of umbrella rigs, also known as Alabama rigs, just got stronger.
Skeet Reese finished second at the Toyota Angler of the Year Championship, and like the first and third place finishers also fished Little Bay de Noc.
Mark Davis, who finished third at Bays de Noc, has been around long enough to know that big water can get nasty in a hurry, so he practiced with the wind in mind.
Skeet Reese’s big bag on the final day earned a stout 40 points for his fans, and his second-place finish earned them the remaining 295 points.
Over nine events, Hackney out-practiced, out-strategized, out-fished and ultimately outlasted the other 107 Bassmaster Elite Series anglers who started the season.