Greg Hackney describes what he did right this year- which led him to an Elite Series victory and the Angler of the Year Championship.
Greg Hackney’s road to the Bassmaster Toyota Angler of the Year title was a roller coaster ride ending with a grand bang.
Jim Sexton, V.P. of Digital Media at B.A.S.S., discusses the similarities between his two most remarkable days on the 2014 Elite Series tournament trail.
When Greg Hackney won Angler of the Year recently and teared up on stage, it got me thinking deep-life thoughts about the emotions we see fairly often on the Bassmaster stage.
Skeet Reese finished second at the Toyota Angler of the Year Championship, and like the first and third place finishers also fished Little Bay de Noc.
Jeff and Skyler Khachadoorian won the chance to fish with Brandon Palaniuk through Cracker Barrel's Military Family Auction. The auction benefited the National Military Family Association.
Mark Davis, who finished third at Bays de Noc, has been around long enough to know that big water can get nasty in a hurry, so he practiced with the wind in mind.
With Toyota Angler of the Year on the line, Greg Hackney knew he had to catch 'em at Bays de Noc.
The Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year Championship was the most unusual event I’ve ever fished. And not because of any lack of organization or execution – in fact B.A.S.S. did a fine job of running this event and managing what turned into a really challenging situation for everyone involved.
Skeet Reese’s big bag on the final day earned a stout 40 points for his fans, and his second-place finish earned them the remaining 295 points.