The Ramada Championship on Oneida Lake is coming up, and I’m holding down slot number 31 in the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year points race. That’s too close for comfort as far as I’m concerned.
If you're a fan of tournament fishing, there's been a lot to watch and a lot to like about the Bassmaster Elite Series in 2012. Now, with just one event remaining in the season, I thought I'd share a few of the things that I think are making this year a fascinating one.
There's a new AOY scoring system in place for 2012. What difference has it made in the points race?
Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year leaders Brent Chapman and Randy Howell will be targeting different water with totally different techniques on Lake Michigan's Green Bay.
Time was running out. About 15 minutes to go before he had to call it a day, Todd Faircloth hooked into a solid 3-pounder.
Who's the best on the first day of Elite events? You can find out right here.
Brent Chapman told fans to fish outside their comfort zone, today during the B.A.S.S. Twitter Chat.
Last year, Elite Series pro Brent Chapman was close to giving up his angling career; this year, he's vying for Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year.
The odds are good that this year's AOY will have never held the title before. Brent Chapman leads the way, but who else has a chance to win?
Every tournament angler has to answer this question every day of competition.
Brent Chapman checked an item off his bucket list at Toledo Bend, while racking up his second berth to the 2013 Bassmaster Classic.