The life of a touring bass pro isn't all sunshine and flowers. Even a labor of love is labor ... at least some of the time.
‘Fat,’ full of bass and as changeable as they come, the Arkansas River promises to set up one of the season’s most challenging competitions when the Bassmaster Elite Series hits Little Rock, Ark., June 9-12, for the Diamond Drive.
The AOY race is heating up, but it was great just to spend a relaxing day on the water with family and friends.
People ask me which is most important, big fish or a limit. Any big fish is important, but it’s better to have five.
Flooding on the Arkansas River with a tight AOY race creates more questions than it does answers
I'm still after my personal best at Falcon, but I haven't taken my eye off the prize. A bird's eye view of the Arkansas River should help.
In bid to capture AOY, Alton Jones takes flight over Arkansas River to scout for Diamond Drive.
Winning $100,000 and the most coveted title in bass fishing is like music to the ears of 99 Bassmaster Elite Series anglers vying to become the 2011 Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year.
Alton Jones hires a plane to scout the Arkansas River for the Diamond Drive.
Things are tightening up in the AOY race, and there are only two tournaments left to go. It's getting interesting!
I may have stumbled with my 88th-place finish at Lake Murray, but I didn't fall. I'm tied for second and plan to give it my very best in the last two events.