This long break in the Elite Series season is kind of hard to deal with. We’ve been in full fishing mode for the last few months, and it has been easy to stay pumped the whole time. But the six-week break is making it hard for me to maintain my energy.
I was really excited when I found out that the Elite Series was coming to La Crosse, Wis., for the Mississippi River Rumble. As soon as I saw the schedule, I told my parents that the only thing I wanted for Christmas was the opportunity to be an Elite Series Marshal.
If ever a Bassmaster Elite Series tournament has produced more wild fish tales, it doesn't come easily to mind.
After attempting to boat-flip a 4-pounder, which comes off, Day 2 Douglas Lake Challenge Britt Myers asks his marshal to slap some sense into him. His marshal obliges.
David Holloway chose to spend his leave time in the boat with the pros at the St. Johns River Showdown.
Alton is ready to hit the Manatee-infested waters of the St. Johns River in Florida.
B.A.S.S., the worldwide authority on bass fishing, is proud to announce that JL Marine Systems, supplier of Power-Pole® shallow water anchors, has renewed its sponsorship relationship with the organization and will be a supporting sponsor of the Bassmaster Elite Series, Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Opens and Bassmaster Marshal Program in 2012.
What’s the only way to be in the boat with the best in the biz as they attack your home lake? You have to be a Bassmaster Marshal, of course.
You may have seen the 2006 “Snakes on a Plane.” You may have heard about another 2006 movie “Snakes on a Train.” The trilogy was completed Saturday on Wheeler Lake. Its title: “Snake on a Boat.”
Saturday's Day Three action at the Dixie Duel on the Lake Wheeler.