The BASS Brawl trophy. Starting live at 10am ET see who goes home with bragging rights and this trophy. Walker vs. Howell.
Randy Howell gets his tackle together as some Tennessee fans visit with him. Howell is sitting at Riverside Park in Knoxville, waiting for David Walker to arrive.
Randy Howell got to the boat ramp first this morning for the BASS Brawl, and he quickly put his hands on the trophy. But it won't be officially awarded until David Walker, representing Tennessee, and Howell, representing Alabama, compete for two hours on the Tennessee River, beginning at 10 am. They'll be in the shadow of Neyland Stadium all morning for this live webcast. With no Elite Series rules in place, Howell is busy acquiring some local knowledge from a few fans who have gathered at the ramp. Stay tuned.
After a nice dinner, Randy Howell and David Walker couldn't say goodnight any other way than this. The B.A.S.S. Brawl begins tomorrow at 10 a.m. ET. See whether the Tide will roll or the Vols will sink 'em.
He never picked the perfect team and only chose the winner twice all season, but Lainsburg, Mich., angler Calvin Stier took his Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing hobby to the next level by earning a total of 10,121 points over nine Bassmaster Elite Series events in 2014.
You may be wondering what a B.A.S.S. Brawl is. Here's a quick summary of what to expect this week. What is B.A.S.S. Brawl? Randy Howell and David Walker will take to the Tennessee River in the shadow of Neyland Stadium this Thursday. Both anglers will be in the same boat as they try to catch the most, biggest, and first fish of the day. After one hour of fishing, they will swap positions and boats, allowing each guy to have a chance at the front of the boat.
Conny Jenkins, one of the first women to enter into the world of professional bass fishing, died Friday, June 27, at the age of 60. Jenkins, of Knob Noster, Mo., fished competitively with her husband, Wallace, for 23 years. Throughout the early 1990s she was on the leading edge of professional female anglers.
Just in time for the fourth annual "Smoke on the Coast" barbecue and fireworks event, Bass Pro Shops popular Uncle Buck's Fishbowl and Grill restaurant will open in Destin Commons July 3.
Bassmaster Magazine has long been recognized as the bible of bass fishing. Its cutting-edge content and award-winning design have made the publication a staple for angler libraries since its inception in 1968. Now, Bassmaster has embraced the age of electronic consumption with the introduction of the new, interactive digital Bassmaster.
Randy Howell’s victorious week at the 2014 GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by Diet Mountain Dew and GoPro was filled with hard-to-explain inner voices predicting positive outcomes.