On Day Two of the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Open on Oneida Lake, New York pro Jim Bianchi landed the largest limit of the tournament to build a lead of over 2 pounds over his closest competitor.
Jim Bianchi seized Day Two lead early, then kindly "laid off them" the rest of the day.
Virginia pro Chris Daves bucked conventional wisdom, claiming the first day lead with over 17 pounds of smallmouth bass.
Elites will find themselves in a "booming fishery" says Kevin VanDam
Most of us think about New York City when someone mentions New York. That’s the natural thing to do. But that’s not all there is to this wonderful state. Much of it is rural and isolated, a paradise for hunters and anglers.
At the end of the 2013 Elite Series, we see a shift from the largemouth fisheries that we had earlier in the year to a couple of predominantly smallmouth fisheries — the St. Lawrence River in New York and Lake St. Clair in Michigan.
If you have any love at all for bass fishing, or smallmouths in particular, you wish you were fishing this week's B.A.S.S. Nation Mid Atlantic Divisional on Lake Erie out of Erie, Pa.
Turning 50 is a landmark of sorts, and it's given me a reason to contemplate what it means for me as a professional angler to reach that age.
With only three events left the 2013 Elite Series season is entering the home stretch.
Be respectful to homeowners who live near your tournament sites: Organize your launches well and clean up before you leave the weigh-in.