Most bass tournaments are won by someone catching a big fish, but the Evan Williams Bourbon Elite Series Tournament at Toledo Bend has taken that to a higher degree of certainty than normal.
Jared Lintner went to extremes Thursday, the first day of the May 1-4 Evan Williams Bourbon Bassmaster Elite at Toledo Bend out of Many, La.
The Evan Williams Bourbon Bassmaster Elite Series event at Toledo Bend should be one to remember as the big bass are plentiful and many of those trophy kickers needed to win an Elite event are still in the shallower regions of the lake.
The pros attend briefings and meet Marshals in preparation for Day 1 of competition.
What to watch as the 2014 Elite season nears the halfway point
Your Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing team should be heavy on anglers who can grind out a solid limit when bass are in their postspawn funk.
See which headwear the Elites choose to protect their heads from the elements and improve their ability to stalk big bass.
This event should fall somewhere in the middle of the previous two events, in terms of where the fish will be positioned. The large majority of bass will likely be getting into their postspawn pattern.
This may be sacrilegious for a writer to declare but this year I’m working diligently to remove certain words from my vocabulary. Specifically, I’m trying to limit the use of “lost,” “loser” and “losing” from my articles.
Mark Davis is a big man … in stature and in heart.