BASSfest is becoming an extremely popular event that adds excitement and intrigue for anglers and fans.
Brett Hite was making the same casts into the same spots as the other guys, but a little West Coast trickery helped him get more of the bites that mattered.
The very last event, on Havasu, the final Fantasy Fishing story was called You Should Have Chosen Evers. For BASSfest, the title is the same because, really, you should have.
After a tough start to the Bassmaster Elite Series season, Edwin Evers admits his sour attitude has not been much fun for his wife, Tuesday, but things should lighten up now after he won BASSfest and berth to the Classic.
It can happen anywhere to anybody — one of those Kentucky Lake bass bursts that can turn around a day that appeared to be a bust.
Things didn't go as well for Edwin Evers on Day 4 of Zippo BASSfest at Kentucky Lake presented by A.R.E. Truck Caps, but he still leads with 72-4.
Zeke Gossett, an Alabama angler representing Pell City High School, won the one-day Bassmaster High School All-American at BASSfest with Elite Series partner Cliff Crochet.
No matter where you went at BASSfest, where the grounds at Paris Landing included over 150 vendor tents, there was something that made you feel encouraged about the future of fishing, particularly bass fishing.
Edwin Evers has taken a stealth approach on Kentucky Lake the last two days. If his Nitro boat didn’t look exactly like Kevin VanDam’s, he might have gone almost unnoticed.
Oklahoma pro Edwin Evers got the kind of bite Thursday that helps a professional angler separate himself from the field in a tournament like Zippo BASSfest at Kentucky Lake presented by A.R.E. Truck Caps.