Think back to the last time you watched the Bassmasters Classic coverage and saw a guy lose a big fish and still go on to win? I sure don’t remember it.
I just finished reading Pete Robbins’ column, “Seeing into the future.” As always, Pete gives us incredible insight into bass fishing, going down a path few people ever venture.
Flipping and pitching legend Denny Brauer has never seen a waterway or situation that didn't cry out for the big stick and a short line.
Aaron Martens classified his finish in the 2011 Bassmaster Classic as "the easiest second place I've ever had."
Fish tales do come true on Tank Pond.
Kevin VanDam, still singing the same old song.
NEW ORLEANS -- If the Bassmaster Classic was a bake-off, Wednesday wouldn't be the day when you made your cake. You might add the icing, perhaps put the candles on top, but for the most part the hard work would have already been done.
This album contain images from the first official 2011 Bassmaster Classic practice.
One of the oldest clichés in the tournament fisherman's book is "start early and stay late." When it comes to practicing for Elite Series events, it's one that veteran Alabama pro Tim Horton usually adheres to.
Denny Brauer's tips on fishing horizontal cover.