Pick anglers who have a knack for swinging for the fences and also anglers who know how to close it out in crunch-time situations.
On the borders of South Carolina and Georgia lies Lake Hartwell, and you can expect it’s going to be a great show at the 2015 GEICO Bassmaster Classic, Feb. 20-22.
Opens angler Scott Siller was in about as terrible a position as you can occupy and still be leading a Bassmaster tournament.
Palestine, Texas pro Shin Fukae became a two-time winner at Champlain Saturday by taking first place in the pro division of the Bass Pro Shops Northern Open with a three-day catch of 56 pounds, 13 ounces.
The distance from Shin Fukae’s native homeland to Lake Champlain is 6,530 miles. Not one mile of it stood between the Japanese pro and a dream he set out to reach 10 years ago.
Scott Siller took one step closer to the thrill of victory, catching another heavyweight limit Day 2 of the Bass Pro Shops Northern Open on Lake Champlain.
Dewayne Wilson put his custom-built rods to the ultimate test by catching a heavyweight limit and taking over the lead in the Bass Pro Shops Northern Open at Douglas Lake.
These on-the-water shots were submitted by the anglers as they hit Douglas Lake in preparation for the Bass Pro Shops Northern Open #1 presented by Allstate.
Oklahoma pro and Bassmaster Classic favorite will contribute heavily to product development
The 'I' in ICASTis for international as foreign interests well-represented at show