GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. – Michael Iaconelli kept his feet planted firmly on the ground, even as he led the first three days of the Diet Mountain Dew Bassmaster Elite at Lake Guntersville. He told everyone who would listen that the fishing had gotten tougher for him each day, and he knew there was a chance it could all fall apart before he reached the finish line. But despite that realistic attitude, he said missing his chance for a wire-to-wire win still stung.
Australian Carl Jocumsen has proven over the past five years that he is unflagging in his pursuit of success on the highest level of professional bass fishing.
Michael Iaconelli had a “magical day” in the Diet Mtn Dew Bassmaster Elite at Lake Guntersville, taking the opening-round lead with a weight of 28 pounds, 2 ounces.
Just because an angler lives on Lake Guntersville doesn't mean he's a shoe-in.
This event will be the polar opposite of the Sabine.
Brandon Palaniuk caught his personal best in Texas on March 28, and he captured the moment on his GoPro.
I’m looking forward to next week’s Guntersville event. Without question, Guntersville is one of the best lakes on the Tennessee River and ranks among the country’s premier bass lakes.
Reinstating Mike Kernan’s Day 1 catch at the Sabine River has created some updates to the standings of the first Elite tournament of the year, and the resulting Angler of the Year points.
We’re heading into a season that is probably the most enjoyable for anglers of all skill levels – the peak of the southern spawn.
I wanted to get to the bottom of why Keith Combs does so well in general, and in particular in Texas.