I hope everyone reading this will find a way to reach out to those who have suffered so much recently.
Before I say anything about fishing, Becky and I want to extend our prayers and condolences to the people in Oklahoma who were hit by the tornado. We know first-hand what the power of Mother Nature can do.
Alabama pro soundly defeats field of 157 for a berth in the 2014 Bassmaster Classic to be held in Guntersville.
Normally, when you have an extra 10 feet of water in your backyard, you aren’t too happy.
Chad Morganthaler of Illinois is all in. He's fishing each of the three Opens divisions as he looks to make the Elite Series and qualify for the Classic.
BULL SHOALS, Ark. — Jeff Kriet was trying to get a picture of Bull Shoals Lake out of his mind Friday, on the first day of the Bassmaster Elite Series Ramada Quest. That picture was formed during practice earlier this week, before heavy rains, a cold front and a postponement day completely changed reality Friday. "They really moved up Tuesday afternoon, by the thousands," Kriet said. "There were fish everywhere. The weather backed out so many of those fish.
The wind blew harder, the water level rose and its temperature dropped, but Greg Vinson figured out the changing Bull Shoals Lake fishing conditions to lead the Bassmaster Elite Series Ramada Quest on Day One.
Strong storms heading straight toward Bull Shoals Lake, Ark., early Thursday morning forced B.A.S.S. officials to postpone the start of the Bassmaster Elite Series Ramada Quest.
Third-year Elite pro Keith Combs of Huntington, Texas, locked out 11 other finalists Monday in the Rigid Industries Falcon Slam, including his biggest threat after three rounds, four-time Bassmaster Classic champ and Zen master of bass fishing, Rick Clunn.
No one wanted a three-day tournament; postponement hurts Clunn most, but he has no quarrel with it, nor does anyone else.