Elite Series pros like Billy McCaghren are digging in at Bull Shoals Lake to put together a winning pattern for this week's TroKar Quest.
Right now I’m playing with my tackle and getting ready for practice on Bull Shoals Lake for this week's Elite Series TroKar Quest.
I was driving from Connecticut to the Bassmaster Elite Series TroKar Quest event in Bull Shoals, Ark.…crossed from the East Coast to the Mid-West and my weather radio was screaming.
BassGold.com pattern data indicates that tournaments held in April and May are won targeting shoreline wood cover with jigs.
If you're one of the 50 recent winners of B.A.S.S. Fantasy Fishing presented by Toyota Trucks, your fantasy life is pretty rich.
I’ve spent some enjoyable days bass fishing on Table Rock Lake the past week prior to heading to Bull Shoals for our next Bassmaster Elite event.
In preparation for the TroKar Quest, BassGold.com sat down with Ken Cook to go over patterns.
Bull Shoals, something of a sleeper lake for several years, will be getting a wake-up call April 19-22 in the TroKar Quest, the first time the Bassmaster Elite Series has stopped at the Arkansas-Missouri border fishery.
As Bassmaster Elite Series pros travel this week to Bull Shoals Lake in Arkansas for the April 19-22 TroKar Quest, they are likely to be thinking about the big impoundment.
It’s not often that I get “vacation time” during the Elite Series season, but the schedule worked out well this year.