Hey guys, sometimes it comes together for you and sometimes it doesn't. This year I came up a little short. Nevertheless, I'm proud to have fished the 2010 Bassmaster Classic.
Well this is certainly not the end to the Classic I wanted. I think this is the first time I've missed the cut.
Right now I'd like to talk about some of the things that happened during the tournament and then Tuesday, when things have settled down and I've had a chance to collect my thoughts and emotions, I'll talk about what this means to me.
In this article read how the Alabama team president, David Rogers talks about how we got to our first spot and caught one of our best fish of the day right away to win over Auburn University.
A slight shuffle in the lineup of a familiar trio who danced around one another again, were at the top of the Bassmaster Classic leaderboard Saturday.
After weighing in 9 pounds, 15 ounces, for a two-day total of 16-12 and 21st place going into the finale Sunday, Martin-Wells became the first woman to qualify and the second to compete for the final day of competition in the 2010 Bassmaster Classic.
Fishing lipless crankbaits in Beeswax Creek with two others close behind, Jeff Kriet of Ardmore, Oklahoma leads the Bassmaster Classic on Lay Lake.
Go behind the scenes at the 2010 Bassmaster Classic, Lay Lake, as spectators are recieving prizes during weigh-ins.
Despite the creeping thought that his closest pursuers could catch him, current leader Jeff Kriet has learned to banish such fears.
Photos from the expo at the 2010 Bassmaster Classic.
Clear skies, light winds and a mild breeze predominated on Lay Lake as Beeswax Creek, a fairly small tributary, is the primary focus and fishing grounds of the top five anglers.