You're crazy if you think you know who is going to win the Classic, but you're not any crazier than Day Two was on Lake Guntersville.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Bobby Murray gave an unexpected rousing start to the annual Bass Fishing Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Murray won the first Bassmaster Classic in 1971, and on Thursday evening he donated the trophy to the future facility, to be built in Cullman, Ala. "I've been shining this thing for 43 years like it was Aladdin's lamp," Murray said. "It's brought lots of good luck to me. That's why I want to turn it over to the Bass Fishing Hall of Fame."
Brekenridge, Berrryman, Hannon, and Honeycutt are the class of 2014.
Idaho pro made miles matter to reach his annually-renewing goal - to never miss a Classic.
Randy Howell presented himself with the sweetest Father’s Day gift of all, albeit a day early.
The frog bite was on at Sam Rayburn Lake, but Texan Albert Collins avoided that temptation and won the B.A.S.S. Nation Central Divisional.
Local duo favored coming into the event and didn't disappoint, winning by nearly a 9-pound margin.
Ten superstar bass anglers have been eliminated, but one more must go before the 2012 Toyota Trucks All-Star Week champion is crowned.
Lake Shelbyville looks tough, but that's the hurdle 12 all stars have to stare down if they're going to advance in Toyota Trucks All-Star Week.
Smashing a six-year-old Bassmaster Elite Series record, Ish Monroe increased his lead to 13-11 over his nearest challenger, 2012 Bassmaster Classic champion Chris Lane.