In this article, you can read how 2005 CITGO Bassmaster Elite Series anglers Takahiro Omori of Emory, Texas, and Gary Klein of Weatherford, Texas, are engaged in a shootout as they approach the last day of the event.
SHASTA LAKE, Calif. — A Redding, Calif., angler whose previous best BASS finish was 19th place six years ago in an Arizona BASS tournament swept the CITGO Bassmaster Western Open on Shasta Lake Saturday with a three-day total of 31 pounds, 6 ounces. In an amazing run to the finish line, Howard Hughes jumped from 25th place on Day 1 to the top of the roster, overcoming second place Fred Roumbanis of Auburn, Calif., who had previously led the pack.
Terry 'Big Show' Scroggins wins the 2005 CITGO Bassmaster Southern Open on Lake Tohopekaliga.
Day One of the 2005 CITGO Bassmaster Southern Open on Lake Tohopekaliga has Rick Couch from Ocala, Florida in the lead.
Day Two of the 2005 CITGO Bassmaster Southern Open on Lake Tohopekaliga has Terry 'Big Show" Scroggins in the lead.
In this article, you can read how Randy Howell on the edge of deciding not to fish another tournament, was encouraged by his wife to continue. He went on to fish at West Point, the first of three Southern Open division tournaments. to earn a spot in the 2005 Open Championship.
Read how Mike McClelland has the lead for the third consecutive day in the 2005 Bassmaster Open Championship.
In this article, read how Mike McClelland, from Bella Vista, Arkansas, went wire-to-wire to claim his first Bassmaster victory since 1996.
In this article, you can read how everything has fallen into perfect place for Mike McClelland to give him a solid lead over the other nine anglers who survived the cut to fish Saturday at the 2005 Opens Championship on the Alabama River.
Read how in the 2005 Bassmaster Open Championship on the Alabama River, Arkansas pro Mike McClelland caught his three pound lead, including three of his better fish on one little piece of wood in the river.