With the fish biting the way they are at Grand Lake, the AOY standings are shifting in a big way.
Read why Florida is a difficult place to fish. Combined with the shallow waters, similar vegetation patterns stretch for miles and miles making everything visually oriented.
Trip Weldon was the typical weekend warrior BASS officials had in mind when they created The Bassmaster Series.
Having decided to undergo laser vision correction surgery, read how Ken Cook has improved vision and can better see fish in the water.
Bassmaster veteran O.T. Fears has designed a phenomenal spinnerbait that no one knows about.
One of the great appeals of fly tying is that the craftsman can design and build a lure that fits a specific situation.
Sometimes, says Oklahoma pro Kenyon Hill, it's better to zig when everyone else zags, a lesson he learned at the Lake Dardanelle Elite 50 last spring near Russellville, Ark. Randy Howell won the event by swimming a jig through the shallows. In fact, just about all of the E-50 pros were targeting the grass, fishing tube baits, jigs and anything else they could swim through the leafy cover. Hill was doing the same thing throughout practice and was catching a few fish. But it didn't feel right.
Day Two of the 2008 Bassmaster Classic has the pros leap frogging around in the standings.
The 50 competors for the 2008 Bassmaster Classic have been determined.