Wtih some smart changes to the format, the popular event will return in 2015 for a special event on Kentucky Lake.
They say records are made to be broken, but some -- like Cy Young's 511 Major League wins -- seem destined to last forever. Either way, Rick Clunn's 28 consecutive Bassmaster Classic appearances will be with us for a long, long time.
In one way, the big story from the Lake Norman Southern Open was Ron Farrow of Rock City, S.C. The 41-year-old sheetrock specialist was fishing his first-ever B.A.S.S. event. He didn't enter the tournament until the last minute.
The Lake Norman code may have been cracked Friday, at least by the 12 finalists in the Bass Pro Shops Southern Open sponsored by Allstate.
The most capable bass tournament fishermen have an uncanny ability to change gears and stuff their livewells when plans A, B, and C go awry.
Tavel won the sweepstakes’ grand prize of a Skeeter TZX180 boat with standard equipment and a single-axle trailer, a Yamaha F150LA outboard motor, a Humminbird 728 Fishfinder and a Minn Kota 70 Edge trolling motor.
This last Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Open of the season needs a nickname.
To be the "bump man” is arguably the most humiliating position in our sport.
When Greg Hackney won Angler of the Year recently and teared up on stage, it got me thinking deep-life thoughts about the emotions we see fairly often on the Bassmaster stage.
Sam Lashlee and partner Phillip Arrington dominated the no entry fee, $5,000 first place, 3rd Annual Toyota Bonus Bucks Owners tournament with a winning weight of 24 pounds 15 ounces.