With a 30-point AOY lead, no fumbles will allow him to run out the clock
After a total smallmouth smashfest on the St. Lawrence River, the Elite Series kicks it up a notch with a visit to the No. 1 bass lake in the world, Lake St. Clair.
Tomorrow we’ll be starting the last Elite Series tournament of the 2013 season. I wish we had several more coming up. It would be OK with me if B.A.S.S. doubled the number of Elites.
Tournament fishing always seems to come down to the final tournament, the final day or the final fish. For me it really comes down to this final tournament to make the Bassmaster Classic.
Lake St. Clair promises another big smallmouth fest for the field of 99 Bassmaster Elite Series pros at next week’s regular-season finale out of Detroit.
Don’t load your Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing rosters with just drop shotters and tube draggers.
The Evan Williams Bourbon Showdown on the St. Lawrence River provided numerous challenges for me, not the least of which was finding a way to gain ground on Edwin Evers in the Toyota Bassmaster Angler of Year race.
From Edwin Evers' ring of fire to record setting crowds at weigh-in and a Rookie of the Year update, we've gathered notes and quotes from the Evan Williams Bourbon Showdown at the St. Lawrence River.
After the final weigh-in at Oneida Lake, I went out to dinner with a small group of friends that included Bassmaster photographer James Overstreet and Bassmaster writer Craig Lamb. As we sat down, my wife turned to me and said, “There goes Edwin Evers.”