The pros had a short break between the first Elite Series event of the year on the Sabine and the second on Guntersville. Most of them spent their time catching monster fish.
What do you get when you combine one of the best bass lakes in the country with an 8-time B.A.S.S. winner and an American military veteran? You get "Healing Heroes in Action Tour," a program devised by the 14-time Bassmaster Classic qualifier to give back to the military veterans who risk their lives to keep the rest of us safe.
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After opening the season on the Sabine River where daily limits of 14-inch keepers were impossible for some anglers to come by, the Bassmaster Elite Series pros are now headed for the land of giants, Alabama’s Lake Guntersville.
Brandon Palaniuk caught his personal best in Texas on March 28, and he captured the moment on his GoPro.
Mark Zona and Tommy Sanders discuss next week's Diet Mtn Dew Bassmaster Elite on Lake Guntersville.
The East Carolina team of Ronnie Moore and TJ Chafatelli finished 32nd and just missed the Top 20 cut in the Carhartt College Eastern Regional.
I’m looking forward to next week’s Guntersville event. Without question, Guntersville is one of the best lakes on the Tennessee River and ranks among the country’s premier bass lakes.
Reinstating Mike Kernan’s Day 1 catch at the Sabine River has created some updates to the standings of the first Elite tournament of the year, and the resulting Angler of the Year points.
Western teams will compete on Folsom Reservoir, April 30 to May 2. They will vie for the Top 10 spots, which will qualify them for the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series National Championship slated for this summer.
Keith Watkins just had the best birthday you could ask for.