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Current key to Snowden's lead

May 7, 2007

Bassmaster Legends Arkansas River Day One

Analysis: Bassmaster Legends Day 1

May 7, 2007

The Arkansas River and its 15-inch slot limit severely limited the Bassmaster Elite Series anglers on the first day of the Bassmaster Legends, a local angler said.

Advantage to Arkansas anglers? Maybe, maybe not

May 7, 2007

The Arkansas River will always be a special place to Mike McClelland, except for when it is fishing this hard.

Day Two: 3 questions with the pros

May 7, 2007

Eleven goose eggs. An average weight of 4 pounds, 7 ounces per angler. An average fish catch of 1.8 bass per angler. These aren't typical numbers for 55 of the world's best bass fishermen on the Arkansas River.

Snowden one of few in double digits

May 7, 2007

By just about all accounts, the first day of the Bassmaster Legends presented by Goodyear was a frustrating experience for the 55 anglers competing in the final Major of the 2006 season.

Rick Clunn's approach to spectators

May 7, 2007

Rick Clunn believes no one will ever win another Bassmaster Classic like he did in 1984 on the Arkansas River at Pine Bluff. It doesn't matter where or when the Classic is held, he thinks changes in the sport have eliminated the chance of anyone emulating Clunn's method.

Day Two: Top 12 breakdown

May 7, 2007

The top 12 will fish new water on Saturday. But wanted to know what they did to get to the semi-final round. Here are the keys to their success:

The early bite matters...or does it?

May 7, 2007

For Mike McClelland, the secret to success when it comes to catching fish on the stingy Arkansas River is simple: Catch five keepers in the first two hours and chill for the rest of the day.

Rook's "new" home court

May 7, 2007

Scott Rook gave the term "home waters" a whole new meaning in the process of qualifying second among the top 12 pro anglers who advanced to the semifinals of the Bassmaster Legends tournament presented by Goodyear on the Arkansas River.

2006 Bassmaster Legends Day 2

May 7, 2007 asked local angler Matt Lea what to expect in Arkansas