<photo1>Jami Fralick qualified for the 2009 Bassmaster Classic through the Bassmaster Opens. After leading Day 2 at the Classic, he is more determined than ever to get a win in the upcoming Elite season. In his 20 Questions, Fralick confirms that there are bass in South Dakota and tells us why he's willing to offend people for a win.
He posted a win in the 2008 Elite Series season at Lake Amistad, and is sure to pass the million-dollar mark in career winnings during the 2009 season. Here's how the Texan answered his 20 questions:
The Alabama pro is easily one of the busiest men on tour, but still found time to answer our 20 questions.
Cliff Crochet has fulfilled a lifelong dream. Sweetening the deal is his qualification for the 2010 Elite Series, which he hopes is the first of many seasons on tour. Here's how the Cajun rookie answered our 20 Questions
John Crews qualified for the Bassmaster Classic four times, won almost half a million dollars in prize money and designed products for several major tackle companies. Until now, though, he had never answered our 20 questions.
Rick Clunn answered our 20 questions about his fishing career
Denny Brauer answers our 20 questions about his fishing career
Tommy Biffle has been a part of the BASS tournament trail for 23 years. Let's see how creative Tommy gets with our 20 questions
Rigid Industries gathered its anglers for some work and some play. See how the day went in Arizona.
Well, I just got back from Falcon Lake. I went down to pick up the motor home for the upcoming Elite season.
In this "Classic Moments" video, Denny Brauer reflects on the memories, both good and bad, that only an event as big as the Bassmaster Classic could create.