From magic to tragic, anything is possible at Oneida Lake this week in the Bassmaster Elite Series Ramada Championship.
We kicked off a big week here in Syracuse, N.Y. on Oneida Lake. This is where all the chickens come to roost.
Shaw Grigsby entered the final regular season Bassmaster Elite Series event at Oneida Lake seeming safely qualified for the 2013 Bassmaster Classic in Tulsa next February.
If Michael Iaconelli didn’t believe in magic before the Ramada Championship began, he sure sounded as if he did when the day was done.
Brent Chapman was operating under the heaviest weight of all – not blowing a lead in the last event – and he put some serious distance between himself and his closest competitors on Day One.
The 2013 Bassmaster Classic on Oklahoma’s Grand Lake is only 65 miles from Tommy Biffle’s home but he enters the Ramada Championship on Oneida Lake on the fragile bubble of a Classic berth.
After a two month wait, it's time to decide the Angler of the Year.
The 2013 Bassmaster Elite Series offers something for everyone: rivers and lakes; largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass; opportunities for record catches; and plenty of challenges for the world’s greatest bass anglers.
With so much at stake at the final event of the 2012 season, Elite anglers are chomping at the bit to begin the Ramada Championship.
Dean Rojas and Randy Howell have momentum and strong past performances on Oneida on their side.