See the pros get started early on Day 1 of the Huk Performance Fishing Bassmaster Elite at Chesapeake Bay.
One of the best things about living with the Elite guys during the season is that they let me look over their shoulders, trust me I know more about fishing than you think I know.
Practice reports from most pros indicated that perhaps the Upper Chesapeake Bay should be renamed the Dead Sea, but Mike Iaconelli knows certain spots of this massive waterway are alive and well.
I like roller coaster rides in amusement parks, but not roller coaster rides in my fishing career.
Elites start Day 1 of the Huk Performance Fishing Bassmaster Elite at Chesapeake Bay.
A tidal fishery in August is the ultimate formula for tough fishing.
Kevin VanDam, Brent Chapman and Davy Hite talk about their days on the water before the Huk Performance Fishing Bassmaster Elite at Chesapeake Bay begins.
So far this year, the average winning weight for an Elite Series event has been 77 pounds. After many Elite Series pros reported a very poor practice period at Chesapeake Bay, we asked some of them to predict Sunday's winning weight. How low would they go?
As someone who likes to shoot docks during the spring for crappie and skip docks during the summer for bass, I’ve had my share of run-ins with dock owners who thought I should be elsewhere.
Fantasy Fishing players who are struggling realize the need to go big at Chesapeake Bay, and those who have been successful so far are trying to hold their ground.