Chris Zaldain predicts plenty of quality bass will be caught during the divisional, April 8-10.
Brandon Lester, who finished in fourth place on the Sabine River, expects swimbaits to do the trick on Lake Guntersville.
Chris Lane made a critical move on the final day to win the Bassmaster Elite at Sabine River Presented by STARK Cultural Venues. Watch Lane make the winning move and fill his limit.
Chris Lane spent his time in the minors then toiled for several years in the big leagues, but now he’s found the juice and has become a feared power hitter on the Bassmaster Elite Series. Lane is batting an impressive .300 in the past 10 regular season Elite events, with last month’s Sabine win completing a triple crown of victories. This week Lane has a home game on Lake Guntersville, where he moved his family five years ago. It was there that his life situation settled, where he developed other aspects of his game and regained his fishing mojo.
Sean Cook and Tommy Zobel of Joliet Central High School won the Illinois B.A.S.S. Nation High School season opener on Lake Springfield, March 28.
A few weeks ago, when I took a side trip to JTodd Tucker’s hometown I knew it would be special.
My guess is that it’ll take an average of at least 20 pounds a day just to make a respectable showing and 25 pounds a day if you expect to do anything on Sunday.
Shaw Grigsby never actually said he was mad at Aaron Martens on Day 2 of the Bassmaster Elite at Sabine River presented by STARK Cultural Venues.
John Crews arrives at this week’s event with more on his mind than just a tournament win. He also has his sights set on a win for autism, and he’s been preparing equally hard for it.