Kevin VanDam talks about missing the Bassmaster Classic after 24 appearances.
After a tough time on the Delaware, I made the kind of good choices that I needed to get back on track at Cayuga
Right now Hackney is staring Godzilla in the face, and it’s safe to say that his eyes are laser-focused on the next major hurdle.
After eight events covering rivers, lakes and man-made reservoirs from Florida to Louisiana to New York and in venues known for the Monkey Trial, the Liberty Bell and the finest country music theaters, the 2014 Bassmaster Elite Series regular season is finally in the books.
Every year the final events create interesting scenarios for who's in and who's going to be out of the Bassmaster Classic. But did anyone expect Kevin VanDam to be anywhere near the Classic bubble?
It's been a long, tough year for Kevin Short so far but it kind of feels like he got his mojo back at the Delaware, and he's got the AOY points to show for it.
Obviously, there are lots of benefits to winning the Bassmaster Classic, but one that often goes overlooked is the fact that it qualifies you automatically to fish the following year’s Classic.
Break out your calculator! It's time to figure out just what it's going to take to make it to the 2015 Bassmaster Classic through the Elite Series.
Greg Hackney’s exterior often plays like 60-grit sandpaper, but beneath the beard and a bit of loner’s independence comes a generous heart for sharing as many deep details about how to catch a bass as you’ve got time to sit and listen to.
Don Barone chats with Aaron Martens, who currently sits in third place in Toyota Angler of the Year points.
This tournament will have the strongest field of any B.A.S.S. event in a very, very long time.