Steve Kennedy admits he wouldn't own a fiberglass boat if it weren't for professional bass tournaments. An aluminum boat in shallow water is his preference.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Brent Chapman is on a tear. Saturday, the reigning Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year led the four-day Alabama River Charge presented by Star brite for the second consecutive day. Chapman also came close to tearing up his bass rig. During a stomach-churning run upriver against Coosa River rapids to reach the big spotted bass in Jordan Dam tailwaters, his boat struck a rock.
Pros near the dam experienced rough water again today.
“These are the days of the endless summer…” Dateline: Montgomery Alabama I dream, that somewhere out there, there is a planet, that doesn’t keep time. A planet, without, clocks. A planet, without, calendars. I dream, that all those, who live on that planet, watch, a million sunrises, a million sunsets. I dream, that I live on that planet, where there are no todays, no tomorrows,
Shaw Grigsby turns 57 today. One of the things that keeps him so full of energy? Iced tea!
B.A.S.S. writer Don Barone goes freestyle interviewing at the Elite Series Marshal meeting for the Alabama River.
Rising waters of the Alabama River — already at more than 10 feet above the normal level — precipitated a launch change today for the Bassmaster Elite Series Alabama River Charge presented by Star brite, May 9-12.
With the release of Raymarine’s Dragonfly Sonar/GPS for freshwater anglers, Raymarine has joined forces with some of the most respected anglers in the sport of professional bass fishing.
Thirteen of the anglers fishing this event call Alabama home, and at least one is in each Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing bucket.