Read how in the 2005 Bassmaster Open Championship on the Alabama River, Arkansas pro Mike McClelland caught his three pound lead, including three of his better fish on one little piece of wood in the river.
Cody Bird gives us tips on renovating your tubes to make them more desirable to bass.
The clear water at Lake Amistad can help the anglers see the bass, but unfortunately they also see the ones that got away.
Lake Amistad has already been unpredictable, and now, here comes the rain.
Lake Amistad is proving to be a fickle friend to the anglers at the Battle on the Border.
Steve Kennedy brought in the big numbers, but so did everyone else. Kennedy leads by only 10 ounces.
Byron Velvick was injured while getting ready for the Battle on the Border, but he's toughing it out on Lake Amistad.
Dedicated bass readers submit photos of their 'lunkers.' This album contains images submitted for the February, 2007 instalment of the Lunker Club.
"The Majors are the way we need to go to increase exposure for the sport ... everything is headed in the right direction," said Rick Clunn, a 29-time Classic qualifier.
"The Majors are going to be mind-blowing," said Alabama's Randy Howell. "There should be a carnival-type atmosphere similar to the Classic."