Since I already earned AOY and the prize money that goes with it, I get the same reward whether I finish first at Sturgeon Bay or last.
Sturgeon Bay smallies get finicky just like they do everywhere else.
I truly love fishing the Great Lakes for smallmouth, and this tournament has the potential of producing some eye-popping smallmouth catches.
More than $1 million in payouts and coveted berths in the 2016 GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by GoPro are on the line for the nation’s Top-50 bass anglers as they compete in the season-ending Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year Championship Sept. 17-20 on the legendary waters of Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin.
When fish come up busting, they’re obviously feeding, but these opportunities can come and go quickly.
Some of America’s top-ranked bass fisheries — plus a new wrinkle in tournament formats and an extra event — await the nation’s top professional bass anglers competing in the 2016 Bassmaster Elite Series. The lineup will take anglers to 10 fisheries in nine states, and it includes 10 Elite events, an increase from nine Elite tournaments in 2015.
When I was constantly checking out the standings, I was only looking for enough fish to get by.
Aaron Martens locked up the Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year title with one event left, and this has fans asking if it's the best Elite season ever for an angler.
A full livewell of Lesley Martens' take on Aaron’s third AOY, how he needs more sleep after the best Elite season ever.
Normally, I wouldn’t have reason to write about the pro who finished 94th overall, but the more I think about it, the more incredible what Carl Jocumsen did becomes.