If you want to win your league this week — and win that boat at season’s end — you must assume some risk and pick a long-odds angler or two.
Brett Hite is considered a rookie on the 2014 Bassmaster Elite Series tour. But the 35-year-old Phoenix, Ariz., resident ain't no rookie in anyone else's book.
After qualifying for a couple of Bassmaster Classics and winning an Elite event, Byron Velvick discovered he had a serious medical problem. He's back ... with a new approach.
With spawning on the minds of these Georgia bass, the anglers are adapting. As a result, some favorites have emerged from the pack of Elite Series pros.
Walking into the first day of work at a new job can be a hard task anywhere. Starting your first day at 4 a.m. on Day 1 of the 2014 GEICO Bassmaster Classic is a whole other monster to wrangle.
Someone once told me that if I wanted to fish in the Bassmaster Classic, I should go to one and experience it as a fan.
Brandon reflects on his short time knowing an amazing man, Lee Richardson.
You know, a positive mindset and confidence in your game plan goes a long way in guiding a fisherman through the pressures and challenges of tournament competition. From my recent experience at the 2014 GEICO Bassmaster Classic, I can tell you that these things also help you deal with the letdowns that are just part of life.
Choose anglers with low percentage ownership for a chance to beat the rest of the field.
The data from BassGold.com indicates Kevin VanDam is the favorite to win the GEICO Bassmaster Classic on Lake Guntersville.