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Legends & Lore - The stock outboard racing

Sep 16, 2008

After the appearance of outboard motors it didn't take long for people to start racing them. By the 1950's stock outboard racing was in its heyday.

Legends & Lore - The Tomato Lady

Sep 16, 2008

In 1992, at the Bassmaster Classic on Logan Martin, Guido Hibdon met the tomato lady. During the competition Guido commented on how nice her garden looked. The next day when he arrived to fish the dock he found a paper sack filled with tomatoes.

Legends & Lore - Tour to TV

Sep 16, 2008

Bill Dance, Jimmy Houston, Roland Martin and Hank Parker have all successfully built television careers from their past tournament triumphs. Are they as competitive with each other on the TV screen as they were on the tournament circuit?

Legends & Lore - Virgil Ward

Sep 16, 2008

Virgil Ward was the pioneer of outdoor television and his efforts are still recognized today.

Legends & Lore - Vojai Reed

Sep 16, 2008

Tournament bass fishing began with the notion of a "good ole boy's club". Women just didn't compete. The sport stayed that way until 1991 when the Corp of Engineers forced B.A.S.S. into having a woman compete on Missouri's Truman Lake.

Legends & Lore - What Means More?

Sep 16, 2008

It's the ever running the debate, what's more important the Angler of the Year title or the Bassmaster Classic Championship?

Legends & Lore - World Record Bass

Sep 16, 2008

In 1932 George Perry set a World Record by catching a 22 lb. 4 oz. Largemouth bass, a record that unbelievably still stands today!

Test Your Angler IQ - George Cochran

Sep 16, 2008

What should George Cochran do to improve his catches with buzzbaits?

Test Your Angler IQ - Greg Hackney

Sep 16, 2008

How can Greg Hackney best target deeper bass and avoid the strikes from bluegills?

2008 Mid-Atlantic Divisional - Day 3

Sep 12, 2008

BASS Federation: 2008 Mid-Atlantic Divisional - Day 3