The Elite Series pros are still riding the high from Falcon Lake going to Lake Amistad.
Bass fishing crowned its first non-American world champion, Takahiro Omori in 2004.
In this photo gallery, you'll find images of the anglers as they prepare to launch on Day One of the 2008 Elite Series Battle on the Border on Lake Amistad, near Del Rio, Texas.
In this article, you can read how the high winds that made fishing tough for all the Elite Series anglers who made the top 50 cut Friday in the 2008 Bassmaster Elite Series Citrus Slam, opened the door for Kevin VanDam.
In this article, you can read about the frustrations and unpredictability of Florida fishing as anglers compete in the 2008 Elite Series Citrus Slam at Lake Wales, Florida.
In this article, you can read how Kelly Jordon has sightfished his way to a nearly 8-pound advantage in the Citrus Slam. He has every intention of continuing the productive pattern today.
In this article, you can read how Kelly Jordon was the only angler to have a 20 pound bag for both Day One and Day Two of the 2008 Elite Series Citrus Slam.
Omori, who first came to the United States in 1992 understanding hardly a word of English, finished with 39 pounds, 2 ounces.
Adjusting to water movement. Adjusting to changing light conditions. Adjusting to an influx of muddy water. Adjusting to the unseen impact of spectator boat traffic. And more.
Challenging best describes the 2003-2004 tournament season as new qualifying formats, stiff competition, unpredictable weather and diverse waters put the competitors to the test.