After three days of competition, Aaron Martens was just 7 ounces from victory in last year's Bassmaster Elite Series event on the Mississippi River. Now Martens gets to play out a similar scenario on the same river, and he's going for big bass in the same spot that put him in contention in 2012. And, oddly enough, once again 7 ounces plays into his game.
Mighty bad weather Friday morning on the Mississippi River out of La Crosse didn’t put the hurt on Brandon Palaniuk.
First to weigh and in first place, Brandon Palaniuk is "doing something a little bit different" than the other pros.
It’s rare these days that I have three hours free on a Saturday afternoon, or even the same amount of time on a random weeknight, but when I do I like to settle in on the couch and watch a Major League Baseball game.
Randy Howell presented himself with the sweetest Father’s Day gift of all, albeit a day early.
Anglers Mike Iaconelli and Pete Gluszek have a long history.
The Alabama pro is trailed by a quartet of tidal water experts!
Photographer Seigo Saito sent in his favorites from James River -- and he's off to shoot the big ones at the weigh-in!
It took Greg Gutierrez 50 hours to get from California to Virginia’s James River. That’s over 3,000 miles of time in the seat of his truck, yet it seems as if his journey has just begun.
Virginian Wayne Vaughan holds the Day One lead on the James River, with two Elite pros - Randy Howell and Fletcher Shryock - on his heels.