In this article, you can read about the frustrations and unpredictability of Florida fishing as anglers compete in the 2008 Elite Series Citrus Slam at Lake Wales, Florida.
In this article, you can read how Byron Velvick and Mary Delgado celebrated Velvick's 25-pound, five-bass limit, which put him in first place on Day One of the Citrus Slam at the Kissimmee Chain of lakes.
Read how Elite Series pro Matt Amedeo accidentally hooked Mary Delgato his biggest catch on Day Two of the Citrus Slam.
In this article, you can read how Kelly Jordon has sightfished his way to a nearly 8-pound advantage in the Citrus Slam. He has every intention of continuing the productive pattern today.
In this article, read how the strength of his opening-day catch was more than enough to keep Butch Tucker atop the leaderboard even though he suffered a significant drop in weight on Day Two of the Citrus Slam.
In this article, you can read how Kelly Jordon was the only angler to have a 20 pound bag for both Day One and Day Two of the 2008 Elite Series Citrus Slam.
In this article, you can read how in his book, Them Ol' Brown Fish, Billy Westmorland related the story of the rescue of Johnny Morris and Robert Craddock, his partner, out of the lake at the BASS Arkansas Invitational on Beaver Lake.
In this article, you can read why anglers preferred fishing Lake Toho in the 2008 Elite series Citrus Slam.
In this article, you can read how Byron Velvick took the first day lead in the 2008 Elite Series Citrus Slam on the Kissimmee Chain.
Read how first-time competitor on the co-angler side, Butch Tucker, made the most of his first appearance during Day One of the Citrus Slam on the Kissimmee Chain.
Read why Florida is a difficult place to fish. Combined with the shallow waters, similar vegetation patterns stretch for miles and miles making everything visually oriented.