The Sabine River should be a Fantasy Fishing competitor’s worst nightmare — long runs, wads of little fish, and long distances between them with nothing but prop-chewing obstacles to get in the way.
I’ve always appreciated the effort that goes into producing the Bassmaster Classic, but my perspective has always been as a competitor.
Several pros were scouting Lake Guntersville for the tournament this spring when they got caught in the Southern snowpocalypse.
Looking back, maybe I should’ve done something different, but I felt confident that this was how I had the best chance to win.
See the Classic from a new perspective.
Mill Creek High School placed 13th out of 205 teams in the 2015 Costa Bassmaster High School Southern Open.
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The Fantasy Fishing winner for this event won’t win because of his or her A, B, C or E buckets, but rather the choice of anglers in Bucket D.
Can you guess the bass pro under all that winter gear?
You, my friend, are the champion of a sport that belongs to thousands of people, be gentle with your championship, be gentle with their sport.