PRATTVILLE, Ala. — Spotted bass fishing success is boom or bust on current-driven fisheries like the Alabama River. Moving water keeps bass stationary and easy to find. Without current the fish scatter and are difficult to catch.
Step behind the scenes of the Bass Pro Shops Southern Open presented by Allstate on the Alabama River.
We head out on the Alabama River to chase down Day 1 leader Dustin Connell as he tries to maintain his lead of the 2015 Bass Pro Shops Southern Open #2 Presented by Allstate
The Opens anglers fight the elements on a very wet Day 2 on the Alabama River.
John Crews and Gerald Sensabaugh will be the featured guests.
Skeet Reese has expertise on the Sacramento River and also knows the Bassmaster Elite Series pros extremely well, so he might do better at predicting the top pros on this water than anyone else could.
The Healing Heroes in Action tour continues on to Lake Guntersville.
“When I find myself in times of trouble…” I hope heaven has water. Hope there are streams up there, hope there are crystal blue lakes, miles of oceans filled with fish. Jesus, I know, fished, I hope he brought it up there with him. I need there to be water in heaven because I owe my cousin, Jim Long, a fishing trip, a fishing trip we now will never be able to take here on earth.
Davy Hite interviews Elites as they leave the water on the final day of the Diet Mtn Dew Bassmaster Elite at Lake Guntersville.
Thirty years ago, if you wanted to get the skinny on how a B.A.S.S. event unfolded, you typically had to wait for the next issue of Bassmaster Magazine to arrive.