Anglers begin the final day of practice before Day One of the Bassmaster Classic.
Randy Howell caught a 6-pounder earlier, but he’s fishing with five of the six trebles of his jerkbait bent in.
Senior Editor Ken Duke breaks down the entire 2013 Bassmaster Classic field.
It’s time for my annual look at who’s fishing the Bassmaster Classic and who I think we should keep our eyes on as everything unfolds.
It’s Tuesday night. Mike’s getting ready for the last day of practice tomorrow and then needs to go to bed early so they asked me to give you a look at the Classic through my eyes. I don’t know if I’m a typical wife or not but here goes…
Classic Week is exhausting and incredibly demanding. Those that handle the pressure best are likely to excel during the competition.
“But what about the weather?” That’s been the $500,000 question surrounding the 43rd Bassmaster Classic since the event was announced 15 months ago.
Covering a Classic leads to obscene wake-up times, but you know what they say about the early bird … they miss out on sleep.
While the weather won't be as apocalyptic as many fear it' will challenging. When asked if he was concerned about ice on the launch ramp, frozen boat locker lids and frigid hands, Iaconelli replied, "All of the above.”