The 2015 GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by GoPro is most definitely all about the weather.
Children who attend catechism classes at San Sebastian were invited to meet with the anglers and receive gifts from Carhartt, Pure Fishing, Yamaha, Skeeter and Dick’s Sporting Goods.
MT. AIRY, N.C. — When Farm to Feet pro-angler Andy Montgomery makes his first cast at the Bassmaster Classic, he will be relying on his signature Farm to Feet Blacksburg socks as he targets Lake Hartwell’s biggest bass.
Every year that Bill Lowen qualifies for the Bassmaster Classic, picking his song is easy. He lets his daughter, Nevaeh, choose it.
On Friday the 13th, as anglers began practice for the GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by GoPro on South Carolina's Lake Hartwell, Gabe Keen was back in Tennessee ready to make a little history of his own. On Lake Chickamauga, Keen landed a giant largemouth bass that weighed 15.20 pounds on certified scales. It eclipsed the previous state record of 14 pounds, 8 ounces, which was caught from Sugar Creek in Lawrence County and had stood since 1954.
LADSON, S.C. — The old adage that "good things come in pairs" is alive and well at Z-Man Fishing Products, as the company today announces the forthcoming release of its digital webisode series, Project Z — Season 2, as well as an all-new, show-inspired Project Z™ ChatterBait®. Both will be unveiled in conjunction with the 2015 GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by GoPro, widely regarded as the Super Bowl of professional bass fishing.
There are ways a productive practice session can also become a liability.
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.
The GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by GoPro next week on Lake Hartwell, South Carolina, is expected to become the most widely watched and thoroughly covered fishing event in history, B.A.S.S. officials predict.
After finishing 17th in the 2008 Bassmaster Classic – his first appearance in the championship event – Ashley assumed the tournament would visit Lake Hartwell again.