The Dardanelle event was an interesting one for me. I chose an unproductive spot on Thursday, but, having learned my lesson during the last Classic about staying in those kinds of areas, I moved along quickly and found a productive area to fish.
In this photo gallery you will see day one of the Federation Southern Division.
Elite pro Jon Bondy told me of his "adventure" getting back to the ramp in time for weigh-in.
In this photo gallery you will see the Federation Southern Division on its second day.
DECATUR, Ala. — There's at least one first in the Evan Williams Bourbon Dixie Duel on north Alabama's Lake Wheeler. The 2009 Elite Series tournament marks the first time that a mayor has served as a tournament marshal. Actually, such a distinction isn't likely to make the "Guinness Book of World Records," as this is only the third tournament where marshals, or non-fishing observers, have been employed.
The weather is always a variable in the equation of fishing, and never more so than at the Evan Williams Bourbon Dixie Duel.
The Mayor of Decatur participated in the Marshal program at the Evan Williams Bourbon Dixie Duel.
Boyd's crystal ball needs some polishing after the Diamond Drive on Lake Dardanelle.
Even with no grass on the Decatur Flats, Tim Horton predicts that the prespawn routes are still the way to go.
The big bass haven't shown up yet, at least not at practice, at the Evan Williams Bourbon Dixie Duel.