When it comes to Fantasy Fishing and the College Fantasy Fishing Challenge, Texas Tech remains at the top of the leaderboard.
The St. Johns River Showdown was a bust for me. On the positive side, however, I had a great time in Palatka.
Kathy Barco, who serves in the volunteer position of chairman of Florida’s top conservation governing body, last Sunday welcomed back the Bassmaster Elite Series to Palatka, Fla., and in particular to the St. Johns, the river she grew up on.
I have been referring to me and my 2012 Elite Series roommates — Paul Elias and Shaw Grigsby — as the Grumpy Old Men but that's not entirely true ...
Having the first weekend off in the 2012 Elite season isn’t my idea of a good time. Nevertheless, it’s Florida. I honestly don’t know why but the Sunshine State has always been a challenge to me.
Todd Faircloth's catch was more than 20 pounds, far better than Alton Jones' 12-pound limit. But there was too much ground to make up.
Sight fishing is one of Jones' strengths, and his fellow competitors know it. They're not betting that he will drop the ball tomorrow.
The first 10 pounder and a long-standing biggest bass in B.A.S.S. history are just two of the St. Johns' claims to fame.
His 28-pound, 7-ounce sack included two solid 8-pound lunkers and positioned him well for the third day of the St. Johns River Showdown.
Some of the top pros are comparing this competition to jack-in-the-box and cat-and-mouse. The game is on to see who can win on the St. Johns.