BIRMINGHAM — Kalamazoo's Kevin VanDam lived up to his reputation as the "Tiger Woods" of bass fishing, roaring from 19th place into the lead as the Bassmaster Classic heads into today's final round on Lay Lake. In Tiger-like fashion, VanDam put together a rally to catch 19 pounds, 14 ounces Saturday — including the 5 pound, 7 ounce lunker of the day — to take a slim 9-ounce lead with 32 pounds, 15 ounces.
Leading the likes of Rook, VanDam and Scroggins on Day One is Classic rookie Hartley
Todd Faircloth, Kelly Jordon and Alton Jones attached the new license plates to their trailers and thought nothing more of it.
Skeet Reese talks about AOY, Classic and life outside fishing
Welcome to an untapped supply of bass in open water away from shoreline, structure and the maddening crowd
ESPN interview with Skeet Reese after winning the Bassmaster Angler of the Year Award.
Fellow angler and wood shop teacher develops a program to help school kids build guitars.
Three time Bassmaster Angler of the Year winner, Mark Davis, is back and looking to win more.
Every bass angler is faced with the problem at some time shallow fish and heavy pressure. You know where the fish are holding, but so does every other angler on the water.
Catching up with Skeet Reese after his Angler of the Year win