This was a storybook event that couldn't have been scripted any better: Hometown kid, Mike Iaconelli, wins on a challenging bass fishery, the Delaware River, in front of a rowdy, passionate Philly crowd.
Going Ike took on a new meaning Sunday in Philadelphia.
Mike Iaconelli needed to rescue what has been an uncharacteristically bad season.
This week on the Delaware River, Michael Iaconelli has been the prince of tides.
Off the record, several Elite Series anglers have mentioned that Mike Iaconelli has an unusual "home court" advantage on the Delaware River this week.
It was as if the boisterous Ike fans felt their voices could pull their hometown guy up from 21st place.
One B.A.S.S. staffer gives her personal tips for enjoying her old stomping grounds.
Lake Champlain is one of many Northeast bass fisheries with thriving populations of largemouth and smallmouth. That begs the following question: which bass do you target with the tournament clock ticking away?
The Bassmaster Elite at the Delaware River, Aug. 7-10, 2014, promises to be an historic occasion in a couple of particulars.
Brandon Palaniuk and Justin Lucas join Mike Iaconelli on the live-streaming online show Ike Live!, Wednesday, July 23, at 9 p.m. ET.