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One Last Bite

Sep 16, 2007

Read as this morning, Ben Matsubu and Brent Chapman head into Day Four of the 2007 Elite Series of the Sunshine Showdown.

The Give and Take

Sep 15, 2007

In this article, you can read about how Brent Chapman sharing general notes all week long with Alton Jones paid off.

Remitz takes rookie title

Sep 15, 2007

In this article, you can read how Derek Remitz's winning the first tournament of the 2007 Bassmaster Elite Series, was a big confidence booster that helped him throughout the entire year.

Day Two quotes

Sep 14, 2007

in this article, you can read the best of what the anglers on Day Two of the Sunshine Showdown have to say.

Chapman's vacation delayed

Sep 14, 2007

In this article, you can read how Brent Chapman's family vacation plans were put on hold, when he moved to the top of the leaderboard in the Sunshine Showdown.

Dirty Dozen member has his day

Sep 13, 2007

In this article, you can read how Harry Potts, a season co-angler showed the younger bucks just how it is done.

Sunshine Showdown: Day One notes

Sep 13, 2007

Read as Glen DeLong and some of the other anglers talk about their fishing experiences along the way in the 2007 Elite Series Sunshine Showdown.

Elites face tough conditions on Lake Toho

Sep 13, 2007

Conditions rough on Lake Toho

Bassmaster Elite Series Pros Face Tough Conditions in Sunshine Showdown

Sep 12, 2007

$673,150 in cash to the top 50 Elite pros, and valuable points in the race for the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year award. In addition to crowning the final Elite Series event winner of 2007, one angler will emerge as the winner of bass fishing's highest honor: the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year title. Also to be awarded: the Toyota Rookie of the Year award, and the Toyota Moving Forward Award. Additionally, 36 Bassmaster Classic berths will be awarded to the Elite anglers with the highest number of points, and the top 84 anglers in the AOY standings will qualify for the 2008 season.

Triple success for junior rookie

Sep 12, 2007

Khris Williams burst onto the tournament scene earlier this year when the North Carolina Junior Bassmasters hosted an event. The 13-year-old took second place even though it was his first tournament.