Denny Brauer scrambles on Arkansas River for Day One lead, with Ish only two ounces back.
On the Arkansas River, someone's going to figure it out, someone's going to make the most of it, and someone's going to win.
I just spent the morning talking with fourth and fifth grade boys enrolled in the “Boys on the Move” program at Alamo Elementary School near my home.
As a kid, it was a huge thrill for me to meet the guys that I'd read about in Bassmaster Magazine or saw on TV for the first time — guys that I would later compete against on the tournament trail.
In this article read how Nate Wellman's parents surprised him on his first day of competition in the 2011 Elite Series Alabama Charge at Pickwick Lake. They drove all night from Grand Rapids, Michigan to cheer him on.
Jon Stewart shares his life experience with anglers, events, and family as he writes about his history with B.A.S.S. and talks about expectations of new chapters with the new ownership of the company.
Dude! Enough already. I have to tell you, I grew up on the weather end of one of the Great Lakes ... Erie ... I know all about "The Weather."
On his first day of the Elite Series, Jonathon VanDam got to say something few other rookies do.
Pat Golden's plan to defend his slim lead in the Sunshine Showdown, the season opener of the 2011 Bassmaster Elite Series, is, if it worked once, repeat. He plans to return to the same area on Friday. "You got to go with what brought you here," he said.
Youngest rookie 22-year-old Jonathon VanDam of Kalamazoo, Michigan, began the first day along with the rest of the 2011 crop of 15 Bassmaster Elite Series rookies. Lee Sisson of Winter Haven, Florida, 63 is at the other end of the spectrum of rookies.