B.A.S.S. owner Jerry McKinnis discusses why Bull Shoals is so important to the history of fishing.
Brandon Palaniuk just won $100,000 at the 2012 Bassmaster Elite Series TroKar Quest on Arkansas' Bull Shoals, but the young pro still chooses to live moderately. He talked about this decision and other topics during his first B.A.S.S. Twitter chat.
B.A.S.S. returned to Arkansas' Bull Shoals lake for the first time in over 20 years. With an ample supply of fish, Brandon Palaniuk found the key to separate himself from the pack, in order to achieve his first victory on the Bassmaster Elite Series.
As frustrating as the TroKar Quest on Bull Shoals was for me, I learned some valuable lessons. I really thought I’d do a lot better but I got caught in the “pre-conceived notion” trap.
Wonder what Elite Series pro Brandon Palaniuk thought of Don Barone's "Open letter to Brandon Palaniuk"? See what Palaniuk had to say in his own words.
First of all, I want to congratulate Brandon Palaniuk on winning the Elite Series event there on Bull Shoals. He had the guts to fish deep when the rest of us fished shallow, and that was the difference.
On this episode of The Livewell, Tommy Sanders and Mark Zona speak with Brandon Palaniuk, fresh off his victory at the TroKar Quest on Bull Shoals Lake.
B.A.S.S. writer Don Barone addresses an open letter to Elite Series champion Brandon Palaniuk after his first Elite win at the TroKar Quest on Bull Shoals Lake, Ark.
After winning $100,000, Palaniuk plans to spend night sleeping in his pickup truck, just as he has every night this week.
Second-year pro Brandon Palaniuk completes a wire-to-wire victory in the TroKar Quest.