Evers shows he's on point with 22-4, an ounce better than home-lake angler Kennedy after Day One of 2011 Pride of Georgia.
Some of the top Elite Series anglers for the 2011 fishing season will be having HI-SEAS support.
Lowrance will continue its sponsorship of B.A.S.S. and its prestigious tournaments through 2012. "B.A.S.S. is thrilled to continue its relationship with Lowrance," said Jerry McKinnis, an owner of B.A.S.S. "Lowrance has been a longtime partner and great supporter of B.A.S.S and its anglers."
Tips from the Elite Series pros on "sight fishing" without having to look at them.
Here are the leaders after two days of the Power-Pole Citrus slam on St. Johns River.
Need a fishing buddy? Want to learn more about the sport? Join a B.A.S.S. club in your area by contacting the state president.
According to Elite Series pro Terry Butcher, when water temperatures begin to dip as summer comes to an end, it's hard to find a better place then the riprap to load the boat with aggressive bass.
While most topwater baits may look the same floating on the surface of the water, Oklahoma's Edwin Evers believes that differences in color, size and sound can make the difference between catching a few bass and loading the boat.
For Elite Series pro Edwin Evers, if he had to choose just one bait during the fall, a lipless crankbait would be his choice.
As the summer heat gives way to cooler fall temperatures, you hook up the boat and head to a nearby lake planning on flipping shallow cover for aggressive bass. The problem is, as you pull up the ramp you realize that the water has dropped and the shallow cover you were planning on fishing is now high and dry.