Good stories abound in the Ozarks, and there are already some dandies this week!
Randall Arog's Ranger boat loses its motor and its place on the trailer.
After finishing a disappointing second in a tournament last weekend, UWSP's Mark Hugus and Cody Hahner didn't come to the Lake of the Ozarks to qualify for the national championship -- they came to win.
When Mark Hugus and Cody Hahner of the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point had three fish at 1:00, they knew they had to make something happen.
For Florida native Chris Lane, the win in Palatka, Fla., was like coming home for the victory parade.
Even with the cushion of a 12-pound lead, Chris Lane plans to work just as hard on the final day, admitting "anything can happen" on a big-fish factory like the St. John's River.
Florida native sacks his largest bag to take lead at Elite event on the St. John's River.
Randy Howell, the 2014 Bassmaster Classic winner, often says that professional bass fishing is a humbling sport.
Sunday, Hite won the first Bassmaster Elite Series event in which he’s competed, the Dick Cepek Tires Bassmaster Elite at Lake Seminole presented by Hardee’s.
Saturday, Hite proved his experience by repeating his Friday lead in the Dick Cepek Tires Bassmaster Elite at Lake Seminole presented by Hardee’s.