The Elite pros are having a tough time at their practice sessions on Clear Lake, hoping that the tables turn very soon.
In this photo gallery of the 2010 Elite Series Golden State Shootout, watch the anglers gather around the docks for the take-off. Boats cluster up as anglers adjust their equipment, getting ready for the competition.
Having confidence makes you stick with it. And we'll all agree the more time you spend in the boat, the better angler you will become.
It was John Crew's first win ... and it was special because his wife, child and his father were all there with him. Priceless shots of the three of them on stage.
The Pros are switching gears to be ready for the transition from the California Delta to Clear Lake.
Heavy swimbait tackle can be a problem for some of us. Coming from the Midwest I don't have much experience throwing big lures. We just don't do it in my neighborhood.
Dustin Wilks' fish that got away, took $25,000 with her.
In this edition of 'Ask the B.A.S.S. Biologist,' Chris Horton answers viewer questions about the effects of releasing bass in a different area from where they were caught and estimating the size and numbers of fish in ponds of various sizes.
In this photo gallery, you'll see images from the 2010 Elite Series Duel in the Delta. Look for John Crews in these Day Four shots as he celebrates his first Elite Series victory.
STOCKTON, Calif. — All eyes were on Arkansas' Stephen Browning after he jumped out to a 5-pound lead with two consecutive 20-pound-plus days on the California Delta. Ultimately, his area didn't continue to produce and he fell to fifth place, bringing only one bass to the scales on Day Three. "I'm sick to my stomach right now," Browning said. "Fishing is a humbling sport and you have to take the good with the bad."