Topics: the Bassmaster Classic

Pick 3: St. Johns River Marshals

Mar 20, 2014

Don Barone's random Pick 3 hits close to home.

Roumbanis joins Legend Boats

Mar 19, 2014

Three-tour angler Fred Roumbanis has joined Legend Boats for the 2014 Elite Series, FLW Tour and PAA seasons.

A.R.E. has got you covered

Mar 14, 2014

Bass anglers hate to be caught on the water without the bait of choice on a given day. But when your tow vehicle is equipped like the A.R.E. Fishing Team 2014 Tundra that was on display at the Bassmaster Classic Outdoors Expo in Birmingham, anything you need could be sitting at the boat ramp.

Don't beat yourself

Mar 14, 2014

It's easy to let tough fishing or a lost fish ruin your day, but I'm here to tell you that a big part of what separates successful tournament anglers from the ones who don't perform as well as they could is the ability to salvage the bad days, turn them into productive days and move on.

My first day on the job was the Classic

Mar 12, 2014

Walking into the first day of work at a new job can be a hard task anywhere. Starting your first day at 4 a.m. on Day 1 of the 2014 GEICO Bassmaster Classic is a whole other monster to wrangle.

Mercury and B.A.S.S. team up for another season

Mar 11, 2014

Mercury Marine is onboard with B.A.S.S. again for the 2014 competition season at the highest level of sponsorship.

2014 Elites: On your mark!

Mar 11, 2014

Not surprisingly, a fast start is pretty important, and the fastest starters are the guys who go to the Bassmaster Classic most often and annually challenge for Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year.

Let's chat about ChatterBaits

Mar 10, 2014

It was March 10, 2004, when the first ChatterBaits went on sale. Ronny Davis had been tinkering for years with the unusual-looking fishing lure featuring a hexagonal-shaped metal blade on a lead-head jig.

A new perspective

Mar 10, 2014

Someone once told me that if I wanted to fish in the Bassmaster Classic, I should go to one and experience it as a fan.

Smith Lake slam dunk for Kilgore

Mar 8, 2014

David Kilgore, who at 6-foot-9 looks better suited to basketball than bass fishing, went wire-to-wire to win the Southern Open #2.

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