I'd like to say I'm ready to head out to the Bassmaster Classic, but I'm not.
After 26 years of covering the Bassmaster Classic, Steve Bowman shares some common sense ways to enjoy the Classic from the water.
In two short weeks we’ll all be watching the Bassmaster Classic on Grand Lake out in Oklahoma. That’s good news. It’s one of my favorite times of the year for more than one reason.
The Bassmaster Classic is the Super Bowl of bass fishing, and like the Super Bowl it's sometimes a nail biter and sometimes a blowout.
Ask any Bassmaster Classic qualifier to describe why being in this particular tournament is cool. Most will come up something like this: “Well, it’s the Classic, isn’t it?”
The Lanes bring a wealth of knowledge about the Kissimmee Chain to the tournament, and a strong desire to win.
Baseball had the Curse of the Bambino and still has the Curse of the Billy Goat. In fishing, there's the Curse of the Bassmaster Classic Local Favorite.
With the Bassmaster Classic just around the corner, there is much to do.
Bassmaster Classic fans can always expect a world-class fishing competition. But lumberjacks and Labrador retrievers?
The Bass Fishing Hall of Fame will induct 3 new members this year.