We need to start with an understanding that recreational anglers have as much right to be out on the water fishing as we (tournament anglers) do.
This is the time of the year, and the Classic is the tournament, that you need to be at your best.
If you’re assigned to shoot photos of the eventual champion on the final day of a Bassmaster Classic and things go wrong…that’s a whole different level of ‘stuff happening.’
You can be there in person to see four legends of the sport inducted into the Bass Fishing Hall of Fame, Feb. 19, at 6 p.m. at the Hyatt in Greenville.
Brandon Lester is building a career the right way, one step and one rod at a time.
“Made sweet memories of friends from the past…” Dateline: My First Bassmaster Classic “The past is never dead, it is not even past.” William Faulkner I was a Carp, at an all Bass tournament. And the all Bass tournament was the 2008 Bassmaster Classic on Lake Hartwell.
Remember that a stop sign is nothing but a good place to rest and regroup on the road you were meant to follow.
Though the Howells now are preparing for the 2015 Elite Series, Robin Howell would like to share memories from each of the 2014 Elite Series destinations.
Robert Montgomery’s newest book, Fish, Frogs and Fireflies. Montgomery is a long-time senior writer for B.A.S.S. publications and has won several awards for his contributions to the outdoors and conservation.
When B.A.S.S. Nation member Paul Mueller requalified for the Classic, a historic comparison rang out.