When the smoke cleared after the final Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Southern Open at Logan Martin Lake, 24-year-old Brandon Lester was the last man standing in the 2013 Opens points race.
Tackle storage giant Plano Molding Co. has obtained the title sponsorship to the final event of the 2013 Bassmaster Elite Series season.
When Edwin Evers won on the Alabama River, it no doubt gave him a boost – to his confidence, to his bank account and to his chances of winning the Toyota Angler of the Year race.
On this week's episode of the The Livewell, Tommy Sanders and Mark Zona chat with Toyota Angler of the Year points leader Edwin Evers after his win on the Alabama River.
Looking at the Toyota Angler of the Year standings, and comparing the current list to the list that was posted last month, you may ask, “Where did Brandon Card go?”
Edwin Evers sealed the deal on the Alabama River and put himself in a much-coveted position in the Toyota Angler of the Year race.
The truth is, the same things that lead an Elite angler to an AOY title will work for you in your bass club or in any other tournament circuit out there.
California angler wins $100,000, his 14th Classic qualification and enough points to boost him to third in the AOY race.
Bassmaster Elite Series pros will be fighting for a major title, $100,000 and a 2014 Bassmaster Classic berth when the Elite Series returns May 2-5 to LaGrange, Ga., for the West Point Lake Battle.
We’re only done with three Elite Series tournaments but for those anglers who want to move up in the Toyota Angler of the Year standings, time is running surprisingly short.
I’ll tell you what, folks, I got a wakeup call last week in Arkansas.