The Bassmaster Classic is the most talked about, covered, and anticipated event in all bass fishing. As such, it's only natural that the pros fishing the Classic want something special out of their baits come championship time. For the manufacturers who listen carefully to their pro staffs, this means new and different baits to combat the conditions on the waters wherever the Classic may be held.
By practically anyone's account, this year's Bassmaster Classic could be one of the most exciting events in years, with a lot of fish being caught by a lot of fishermen. The Red River is in excellent shape. At least one five-bass, 28-pound catch has recently been reported, and as the prespawn season continues, action should only improve.
In this article, you can discover the importance of the number four in Classic History.
In this article you will read about how far can a Classic victory take an angler's career.
The Red River has always been a "grind it out" kind of fishery for me. I don't expect to catch 30 a day here. I know some guys do but that's not been my experience. I look for five quality fish a day. If I get them I'm happy.
This article is about Kim Baine-Moore's life in the fishing world.
In this article Kevin VanDam talks about bassmaster classics past and present.
When the official Classic pre-practice is over, you need a butterfly net to keep your stomach in your shirt. If you didn't, you would need to just hang it up. The anticipation is continuing to build. From Rick Clunn (although he may not readily admit it) to an Open rookie, everyone feels it. After all the time preparing, now it is time for the big show.
When Takahiro Omori held the Classic trophy overhead, bass fishing crowned its first non-American, world champion.
In this article, you can read how Kevin VanDam has finished fifth in the past five Classics with the best 5-year string ever posted in Classic history.