I'm here on the Harris Chain in Florida today for the first day of practice of the Elite Series season. I've been idling and trolling around quite a bit trying to put the finishing touches on my game plan.
Jon Stewart shares his life experience with anglers, events, and family as he writes about his history with B.A.S.S. and talks about expectations of new chapters with the new ownership of the company.
James Niggemeyer tells the story of how he triumphed in the 2009 competition on Toledo Bend in a rare overtime fish-off for first place in the Bassmaster Central Open.
With Classic in hand, Tucker would like nothing more than to run the
I love fishing the Tennessee River system; it's been very good to me over the years. What will make it interesting is the water is down several feet, which will make it fish like a new lake.
This is the story about one tournament pro just trying to leave town to go and do his job. Sometimes stuff happens.
Let me tell you a love story. True story, happened when I was sick one day, not deathbed sick, migraine sick. Riley, my wife's Shih-Tzu, never left my side that day, at one point he jumped up on the couch and curled up by my feet.
On the first day of the 2011 Bassmaster Elite Series tournament on Florida's Harris Chain of Lakes, Grant Goldbeck weighed in one small bass for 1 pound, 1 ounce. If one is the loneliest number — as Three Dog Night once claimed — Goldbeck was in a lonely place, indeed, ranking a dismal 97th out of 99 anglers.
Here are the leaders after two days of the Power-Pole Citrus slam on St. Johns River.
On his first day of the Elite Series, Jonathon VanDam got to say something few other rookies do.