Mike Wohlgemuth from California was selected from 70,000 entrants to win a day fishing with Randy Howell.
I've been fortunate enough to win a few tournaments since my son was born and even a couple since he's been old enough to know what Dad does for a living, but he's never gone around telling people that I was going to win ... until now.
It can happen anywhere to anybody — one of those Kentucky Lake bass bursts that can turn around a day that appeared to be a bust.
While the Top 50 pros from Days 1 and 2 rested and conducted seminars for fans, the remaining 74 anglers took part in a unique Second Chance tournament on Lake Barkley.
When Michael Wohlgemuth was looking forward to this 50th birthday, he had no idea he would get not only a new bass boat as a gift, but also a fishing trip with 2014 Bassmaster Classic champion Randy Howell.
Skeet Reese has expertise on the Sacramento River and also knows the Bassmaster Elite Series pros extremely well, so he might do better at predicting the top pros on this water than anyone else could.
If you can’t keep up with what’s happening on the water – as it happens – and you have cell phone coverage, then you have no excuse.
You wouldn't think Lake Guntersville's many bridges had any dream-fulfilling power left in them.
If Randy Howell was more like other modern-day professional sports stars, he might tell you that returning to Guntersville, Ala., this week is really no big deal.
The 2015 Elite series pros strike a pose for the camera during registration for the first Elite event of the season. Say cheese!