FLORENCE, Ala.-- Some of the more amusing and interesting comments at the Day Two weigh-in made by anglers participating in the 2011 Bassmaster Elite Series Alabama Charge at Pickwick Lake.
Last time we covered a new statistic that I call Daily Catch Ratio (or DCR). I listed the best and worst anglers from the Elite Series for Day One and Day Two. Now let's take a look at who slipped the most from Day One to Day Two of the 2010 Elite Series season.
Tips from the Elite Series pros on "sight fishing" without having to look at them.
I have a new statistic for all you tournament geeks out there, and I think it's pretty interesting. I call it the Daily Catch Ratio (or DCR).
It doesn't sound like things went well on Day One weigh-in of the Power-Pole Citrus Slam.
Something known as the "Supermoon" is hovering at the Citrus Slam. How will it effect the bass?
What is the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year award?
It's one thing to have the knowledge to fish for smallmouth bass in the Great Lakes at this time of year; it's another to have the tools. Below is a list of tackle that bass fishing pro Joe Balog and TV host Mark Davis depend on for their bronzeback fishing
<photo1>Nobody likes fishing in a crowd, especially during a tournament. It's the reason so many anglers make long runs. The farther you run, the fewer competitors you have to contend with.
2011 Bassmaster Classic's statistics are record setting in many ways.