Topics: Pat Golden

2009 Elite Series Champion's Choice: Day One, Behind the Scenes

Aug 13, 2009

In this photo gallery, you'll find behind-the-scenes images from Day One of the 2009 Elite Series Champion's Choice on Oneida Lake near Syracuse, New York.

2009 Elite Series Tennessee Triumph - Day Two - WI

Jun 4, 2009

Check out the lunkers from the day two weigh-in, at the 2009 Elite Series Tennessee Triumph.

Tennessee Triumph: Day Two Launch

Jun 4, 2009

In this photo you will see images of the 2009 Elite series Tennessee Triumph on Kentucky lake. It is the second day launch.

2009 Elite Series Southern Challenge

May 6, 2009

The pundits have picked and the experts have spoken, but with only a few hours left before Fantasy Fishing picks are locked, we go straight to the horse's mouth in the Marine Formula STA-BIL Southern Challenge edition of pick three.

2009 Elite Series Blue Ridge Brawl, Day Three, Notes

Apr 25, 2009

Coming out of practice, Steve Kennedy had located both sight fish and swimbait fish. He chose to target the swimbait fish first, but struggled because the cold nights had pushed them down.

2009 Elite Series Blue Ridge Brawl: Day Three, Weigh-In

Apr 25, 2009

In this photo gallery, you'll find weigh-in images from Day Three of the 2009 Elite Series Blue Ridge Brawl on Smith Mountain Lake, near Moneta, Virginia.

2009 Elite Series Blue Ridge Brawl: Day Three, On The Water

Apr 25, 2009

In this photo gallery, you'll find on-the-water images from Day Three of the 2009 Elite Series Blue Ridge Brawl on Smith Mountain Lake, near Moneta, Virginia.

2009 Elite Series Blue Ridge Brawl: Day Two, Weigh-In

Apr 24, 2009

In this photo gallery, you'll find weigh-in images from Day Two of the 2009 Elite Series Blue Ridge Brawl on Smith Mountain Lake, near Moneta, Virginia.

2009 Elite Series Blue Ridge Brawl, Picks

Apr 23, 2009

On the eve of Day One of the Blue Ridge Brawl, we asked the Elite Series anglers to pick three anglers they think should excel on Smith Mountain Lake.

Swimming Jig May Be Top Technique

Apr 20, 2009

The pros have been swimming jigs, fishing them 8 to 10 inches under the surface over submerged vegetation, around laydowns and through other shallow cover — and they're catching a lot of bass.

advertisement