No one's ever been better with a flippin' stick, but Denny Brauer is calling it quits after more than three decades as a top bass pro. Here's how he answered our 20 Questions.
Here we are in October already, and I'm still trying to get into a tree stand to find a big Kansas whitetail.
Brent Chapman's wild ride as 2012 Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year.
With the regular season behind us, I’m spending my time assessing the past Elite season while turning my focus to the Toyota Trucks All-Star Week coming up Sept. 20 in Decatur, Ill.
Fishing on the Bassmaster Elite Series is a tremendous learning experience. The most important thing that I have learned this year is that I have to fish my strengths to be successful.
The pressure is off for Brent Chapman. Or is it?
I can't tell you how excited I am about the opportunity Bassmaster.com has given me with this column.
As another season comes to a close, I find myself experiencing mixed emotions. On the one hand, I’m disappointed. No one wants to finish the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year race in 90th place.
At the start of the 2012 Bassmaster Elite Series, I, like all the other 99 anglers, set a goal of making the Bassmaster Classic. I figured that if I could do that the Rookie of the Year title would be a good possibility, too.
TTBAOY trophy a well-deserved reward for the reinvented Kansan.
Throughout the years many anglers have earned the respected title 'Angler of the Year,' but only a select few have held it more than once.