Years ago, Greg Hackney famously said, "Godzilla ain't got nothin' on me!" In a Twitter chat after his Cayuga win, he said he'd take on Sasquatch, too.
The A.R.E. Truck Caps Bassmaster Elite at Cayuga Lake was a tough event for me.
Cayuga lake was a good example of how, even at the Elite level, you’re constantly learning, improving and refining your game.
After eight events covering rivers, lakes and man-made reservoirs from Florida to Louisiana to New York and in venues known for the Monkey Trial, the Liberty Bell and the finest country music theaters, the 2014 Bassmaster Elite Series regular season is finally in the books.
The Elite Series event here on Cayuga Lake in New York is dispelling a myth held by many anglers about northern natural lakes.
August is Brandon Palaniuk’s charmed time of year. New York is his state of magic.
There are careers on the line this week at the A.R.E. Truck Caps Bassmaster Elite Series tournament at Cayuga Lake.
Here are some Elite Series pros that were picked by their peers to do well.
Although largemouth will outnumber smallmouth this week, don’t overload on shallow grass guys. Docks and deep weedlines will lead to Top 12 finishes, too, and you might need at least one roster pick to target smallmouth.
This vast body of water will fish small to some, and endless to others. It will offer the opportunity for anglers to fish their strengths, whether they are deep or shallow, and could set up to be one of the favorite lakes on the Elite Series in 2014 for a few.