When things appeared dismal, David Walker broke through with first tournament victory
Even before the Bassmaster Elite Series season finale began last week, Kevin VanDam garnered an award.
Powered only by his trolling motor, Randy Howell piloted his boat on windy Wheeler Lake for four miles to reach the support crew that could repair his boat’s gearing.
On stage last Saturday during the Bassmaster Elite Series event in Decatur, Ala., not far from his home, Tim Horton was so moved he stopped speaking.
J. Todd Tucker didn’t miss a beat. He launched his campaign the day before fans were invited to begin voting June 21 for the final four anglers who will compete in the Toyota Trucks All-Star Week.
This one was a little different, for me anyway. I found a 20- to 30-acre pond off the main lake with deep water and a ton of structure and cover in practice. It was hard to get into but looked real good.
This win takes a huge weight off of my shoulders. I don’t have to crunch numbers or ask what if anymore. I’m in.
Missing the Top 50 cut is not my idea of a strong performance. I’m especially frustrated with how it all happened.
With his final day slip from first place in the Elite Series, it’s not too much of a stretch to compare Bradley Roy, 20, to golfer Rory McIlroy, 22.