There will be a real-time scoreboard at the 2013 Bassmaster Classic, but the 53 competitors won't see it during competition. That ruling, made Thursday, ended two days of considerable angler anxiety.
Bassmaster.com photographers get up close and personal with the Classic anglers at Media Day.
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This year, B.A.S.S. is making it super easy to find whatever it is you're looking for at the outdoor show.
Rims, lift kits and LEDs are but some of the decorations Elite Series pros add to their rigs.
There’s nothing like being at a Bassmaster Classic. But if you can’t be in Oklahoma this weekend, we’ve got you covered.
Chris Bowes stands on the BOK Center floor with the nearly completed stage in the background. (Mike Suchan photo) Practice makes perfect, and that includes setting up the drivers who will be bringing in the anglers and their boats for the Classic weigh-ins in the BOK Center.
As 53 Classic anglers filed onto the Tulsa Fairgrounds for Media Day, the buzz was not about lures or boats. Instead, they all played amateur meteorologist.
Jon Stewart briefs the Marshals on proper protocol for the Classic.
Here are some shots I took walking around Media Day. Let me just say the Expo Center here is Tulsa is an awesome facility. It is one gigantic builiding. I understand they hold motorcycle races in here. Kevin VanDam talks to local media. Tommy Sanders addresses members of the media before the interviews begin.