Mix it up between some young crankers and methodical veterans who know what to expect when banging heads on the ledges.
While some anglers have made major moves up or down, others have just held their places in line. They have the piece of paper, but the story of their seasons remains a big question mark. Mathematically, a lot is still possible.
James Niggemeyer’s trip back from the Western swing turned worrisome for the Elite Series pro, but he’s grateful his family is fine after a tornado devastated their hometown of Van, Texas.
After two days, the Bassmaster Elite at Lake Havasu has turned into a neck-and-neck battle between two home-state pros, Cliff Pirch and John Murray, with a star-studded cast on lurking nearby.
Never have so many bass fisherman felt so at home in the middle of a desert. No matter what part of the U.S. they come from, Lake Havasu feels like home.
Edwin Evers was one of 20 anglers to bring at least 16 pounds to the scales, another testament to the improvement of the fishing on this scenic fishery.
The 112 anglers that took part in last week’s Sacramento Bassmaster Elite at Sacramento River won’t get much time to recuperate before the next Elite Series event.
Kevin Chen and Koulton Westbrook of Chico State took the Day 2 lead on Folsom Reservoir.
The local pros know where the big ones go, as evidenced by the heavy local presence at the top of the leaderboard at the Sacramento River.
B.A.S.S. opposes Alabama House Bill 258, which would allow use of gill nets on Guntersville, Pickwick, Wheeler, and Wilson, all important sportfisheries on the Tennessee River.