The past couple of weeks in Texas were a blast. I really enjoyed both Bassmaster Elite Series events down there. Falcon was fun because it was a slugfest, and I love catching giants. Sabine was fun because every keeper there was like gold.
We can already start to make some educated guesses about who's in the hunt for AOY and who needs to get things in gear before this year gets away from them.
He's a former Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year, a triple qualifier for the 2013 Bassmaster Classic, an Opens champ and an Elite champ, but that doesn't give him any edge against our 20 questions.
If I could get rid of my first day results, I’d be having a pretty good year. But I can’t and I’m not.
The 2013 Elite Series campaign is nearly underway, and all 100 anglers remain tied ... for now. There’s no first place, no last place, and perhaps most significantly, no second place.
One way to look at the AOY race is to think of it as a winnowing process. Each of the eight tournaments basically eliminates part of the field from contention.
To the 100 Elite anglers out on the Sabine today, know this ... AOY begins, TODAY!
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.