Topics: Texas

Bye bye AOY?

Mar 24, 2015

It could be heard from the pre-tournament anglers' meeting in Orange, Texas, until Sunday's final weigh-in – the strong undercurrent formed by the year-end Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year title.

Best of the blog: Sabine River

Mar 24, 2015

Check out the best blog photos submitted during the Bassmaster Elite at Sabine River.

Fantasy: Grigsby was best overall pick (but Lane was pretty good, too)

Mar 23, 2015

If you didn’t pick Shaw Grigsby for your Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing team, you just plain messed up.

Midday adjustment seals victory for Lane

Mar 22, 2015

ORANGE, Texas -- Chris Lane left the City of Orange Boat Ramp Sunday morning with a clear game plan in mind. He was going to make a lengthy run to the grassy canals and ditches where he had caught the majority of his fish during the first three days of the Bassmaster Elite at Sabine River presented by STARK Cultural Venues. But if the fish were no longer biting there due to the heavy rains that fell across the region Saturday, he was going back to the main body of the Sabine to win or lose the event.

Sabine could be different Sunday

Mar 21, 2015

Heavy rain and rising muddy water that hit the Sabine Saturday virtually created a blank slate for Sunday's finale.

Lane prepping for mud fight

Mar 21, 2015

“If you’re going to beat these guys, you want to beat them when they’re at their best." - Chris Lane

McClelland's wild ride paying off

Mar 20, 2015

Mike McClelland is running 114 miles to Galveston Bay before making his first cast of the day.

Lane still setting bar on Sabine

Mar 20, 2015

Chris Lane knows things can change quickly on an unpredictable fishery like the Sabine River.

db: Menendez's return

Mar 20, 2015

I knew this story was coming, the story of the return of Mark Menendez to the Elites, his taking to the water in competition following the passing of his beloved wife.

KVD: The challenges of dirty water

Mar 20, 2015

The leaderboard shows just how good these Elite guys are. The fish aren’t huge but limits are still being caught.

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