Topics: electricity

Get ready for big bass, Classic style

Feb 21, 2014

As you read this, I’m on Lake Guntersville trying to stuff my livewell with big bass with hopes of making a run at my fifth Bassmaster Classic title.

Notes from New York

Aug 14, 2013

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.

Day Three results

Jun 9, 2012

On Saturday, Brent Chapman returned to the school of bass that produced 25 1/2 pounds for him early Friday.

A field of tears: db's look at the devastation in Alabama

Apr 30, 2011

Traveling through Cullman, Ala., Don Barone finds a deadly tornado has taken everything from its citizens. The tears run out, however, turned to pride as American flags fly high.

Bluff Your Way to More Bass

Aug 10, 2008

Everyone seems to think about falling water levels in the fall and winter when lake authorities start to draw reservoirs down in anticipation of spring rains. The truth is, falling water can happen almost anytime, including the middle of summer when demand for electricity is high.

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