After seeing his weight drop precipitously for the second day in a row, Chris Zaldain is headed towards home. He'll head a lot closer to his hometown of San Jose in hopes the tide is right.
Justin Lucas knows he’s on the verge of something special as he leads the Sacramento Bassmaster Elite at Sacramento River with a three-day total of 66-14.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Before the start of the Sacramento Bassmaster Elite at Sacramento River, Chris Zaldain predicted that a few anglers would bring in single-day catches of 30-plus pounds during the four-day event. On Day 1, only one angler reached that elusive mark – and it was Zaldain himself.
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.
With many anglers planning to make round-trip boat runs of three hours or more to the California Delta, much of the field for the Sacramento Bassmaster Elite at Sacramento River will have only four to five hours to fish each day.
Elite pro Greg Hackney won the A.R.E. Truck Caps Bassmaster Elite at Cayuga Lake — and held tight to his lead in the Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year points race.
While Greg Hackney was disappointed with his Day 3 stringer, he was quite happy that it was enough to maintain the lead over Todd Faircloth, who lurks 10 ounces behind him going into the final day on Cayuga Lake.
Adam McAndrews of San Jose State University has led tournaments before. And it’s always downhill from there.
Jared Lintner went to extremes Thursday, the first day of the May 1-4 Evan Williams Bourbon Bassmaster Elite at Toledo Bend out of Many, La.
Chris Zaldain surprises db as they sit down to dinner.