The field of competitors for the 2012 Bassmaster Elite Series promises to be the strongest ever.
The stumps and shifting sandbars of the Red River have Bassmaster Classic qualifiers weighing the pros and cons of glass vs. metal boats.
Randy Howell watched his 3,500-pound bass boat and trailer leave the ground. Suspended from the boom of a crane, the rig inched upward.
Certain anglers have a reputation as big bass catchers. Some of them may not always come to the scales with a limit, but more often than most they have a "kicker," and sometimes that one fish gets them a check.
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Randy Howell's Triton 21HP Elite is up for grabs.
Fall and shallow cranking go together like hot dogs and mustard, but Elite pro Randy Howell has some fine points you should apply to this traditional approach.
With everyone catching limits almost every day, big bass are important to the Elites. Who's the best at catching them?
See how the Top 12 caught their fish at the final Bass Pro Shops Northern Open.
As the competition heats up Ish Monroe show's his most recent keeper to the cameras.