While the four-time Classic winners shun comparisons, they respect each other's accomplishments
The 2011 Bassmaster Classic on the Louisiana Delta exemplifies how far we've come with technological advances in our boating equipment.
Bassmaster Elite Series pro Charlie HartleyI'm on the Harris Chain practicing for the first Elite Series event later this week. I have to say that what I'm seeing doesn't exactly cheer me up.
In this photo gallery you will see the history of fishing for Kevin Vandam and Rick Clunn.
Youngest rookie 22-year-old Jonathon VanDam of Kalamazoo, Michigan, began the first day along with the rest of the 2011 crop of 15 Bassmaster Elite Series rookies. Lee Sisson of Winter Haven, Florida, 63 is at the other end of the spectrum of rookies.
An Elite Series pro could be very busy running from lake to lake to lake if he believes there is a benefit in doing so. Making multiple moves would call for very sharp time management since the lakes are separated by up to 30 minutes of travel time.
Just bought this little pocket camera thing, like $79 bucks on Amazon, supposed to have 14 Gizallion Mega Picture taking things inside, so I thought I would take it out for a test shoot.
In this article, you will read how Jonathan VanDam has secured a wrap sponsor, RadicalOutdoors.com, for his rookie season. The color scheme of the wrap is green and black.
Hi! It's me, Becky. I'm going to fill in for Mike this week. Classic week was tough on me. I really wanted to be there, but I couldn't travel that far with our baby, Vegas, or at least that's what the doctor said.
In 1973 at the Arkansas Invitational, Beaver Lake, the B.A.S.S. pros encountered a tornado.