Topics: Oklahoma

Scroggins, Evers and Butcher re-sign with PRADCO

Feb 1, 2011

Three longtime PRADCO-Fishing pros head to the Bassmaster Classic with their lure sponsorships sewn up by re-signing with PRADCO and its family of fishing companies, including Booyah Bait Co., Bomber, Yum, XCalibur and more. Florida's Terry "Big Show" Scroggins and Oklahoma's Edwin Evers and Terry Butcher will again fish on the PRADCO team.

Jimmy Houston's hot spinnerbait tricks

Jan 31, 2011

Two-time Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year Jimmy Houston gives tips on warm-weather fishing.

Biffle's Biffle Bug tricks

Jan 31, 2011

Banging his namesake lure across the bottom of Fort Gibson Lake produced a victory for Tommy Biffle at the AutoZone Sooner Run Elite Series event in June.

Classic preparation with Ike

Jan 31, 2011

The conclusion of the Sooner Run event at Oklahoma's Fort Gibson Lake in June was the beginning of Mike Iaconelli's marathon preparation for the 2011 Bassmaster Classic.

Classic 2010 winner: KVD

Jan 28, 2011

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- The 2009 Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year, Kevin VanDam of Kalamazoo, Mich., added another accolade to his career, winning the 40th Bassmaster Classic on Lay Lake.

Ashmore's Kershaw truck wrap

Jan 25, 2011

In time for his second season as a Bassmaster Elite Series pro Scott Ashmore of Broken Arrow, Okla., penned an agreement with Kershaw Knives

Rook joins Jewel Bait

Jan 25, 2011

Jewel Bait Co. announces the addition of Bassmaster Elite Series angler Scott Rook to its pro staff. The Little Rock, Ark.-based angler is considered one of the top jig fishermen in the country and has a long list of successes over his fishing career that he is quick to attribute to Jewel products.

Forget the Ones that Got Away

Jan 21, 2011

Forgetting the Ones that Got Away

Fulks: Fishing New Water

Jan 21, 2011

The learning curve associated with a pro's first year as a competitor on the Bassmaster Elite Series circuit is incredibly steep. Beyond the grueling 30,000 miles of travel required between tournament stops is the fact that many rookies are put onto bodies of water they've never seen before.

Keeping Up with Current Trends

Jan 21, 2011

Over the past three decades, veteran Oklahoma pro Ken Cook has been a consistent competitor on the professional bass fishing scene. In a sport where longevity at the top level is rare, Cook has found a way to remain competitive long after claiming his first professional Bassmaster victory on Florida's Lake Toho in 1982.