Everyone knew the Bassmaster Classic would come down to who got the biggest bite on Sunday.
In this article, you can read how Dalton Bobo never got past his brush with immortality when as an amateur angler he competed against the world's top professional fishermen and lost by just a single ounce.
Boyd Duckett had a sound game plan and he executed it perfectly Sunday to pass three of the biggest names in pro bass fishing and win the Bassmaster Classic.
In this article, you can read how Boyd Duckett wore his "ruby slippers" as he took home the $500,000 prize on the final day of the 37th Bassmaster Classic.
Rookie Classic angler Boyd Duckett of Demopolis pulled a stunner Sunday by shooting down favorites Kevin VanDam and Skeet Reese to become the first angler to win a Bassmaster Classic in his home state.
In this article, you can read how Boyd Duckett is honored as the king of all fishermen, the first Alabama resident to win the Bassmaster Classic.
During ESPNs Greaest Angler Debate in 2005, fans voted legendary angler Rick Clunn the greatest bass fisherman of all time. Given Clunn's 31 Bassmaster Classic appearances, 14 BASS victories (including four Classics), and nearly $2 million in winnings, he's certainly earned the title.
He's not flashy, he's not outspoken, and when really cornered to answer how he catches so many bass, 33-year-old Greg Hackney freely admits he can't explain it.
$166,250 in cash and merchandise to the top 30 pro anglers and valuable points towards qualifying for the Bassmaster Classic and Bassmaster Elite Series. The top 30 co-anglers will compete for $69,700 in prizes. This is the first event of the Bassmaster Southern Opens.