This event will be just like Pickwick Lake all over again with high water conditions and current.
While Lester is guessing he’ll need to average 12-pounds a day to take home a Top 10, he’s certain he’ll lean on simplicity in his lure selection to help establish productive patterns now that 6...
FAYETTEVILLE, Tenn. — Bassmaster Elite Series pro Brandon Lester announced a new partnership with Lake Hop, a boat share marketplace that connects people who want to have unique experiences on the...
Everything on Lake Fork is behind schedule, and the Elites are hitting the fishery at the first big waves of spawning.
Waking up to a vandalized truck, including a stolen catalytic converter, is about the last thing any angler wants to encounter on the road.
Whether an angler is catching 6-pounders every cast or all five fish weigh 6 pounds, it’s the same for everyone, so attitude is important.
This time of year, with the spawn coming, those water temperatures are very important.
This fishery also has a stout population of both largemouth and smallmouth, and more than likely, both species will be equally targeted.
The Elites are hitting Pickwick Lake in March, the field should be very spread out from dam to dam.
Not to be ignored, a healthy population of largemouth also lives in southwest Tennessee's Pickwick Lake.
Brandon Lester will try to “fish in the moment” and keep an open mind this week in Tennessee.
The Elites’ second stop of 2021 lands in Knoxville, Tenn., site of 2019 Bassmaster Classic.
Championship Sunday in Florida set the tone for the rest of the season — no lead is safe and anyone can win.
Based on recent weather and the 10-day forecast, this should definitely be a late-winter to early prespawn event.
Elite Brandon Lester swears he has never caught fish in the same area during any of his five trips to Palatka.
Brandon Lester is hopeful Florida will be the perfect place to start his Bassmaster Elite Series season right.
Elite Series pros like Team Toyota’s Brandon Lester are anticipating the 78-degree temps forecasted for Palatka, Fla.
See the Alabama Rig near Bassmaster Elite Series pro Brandon Lester’s left hand in the photo? It’s the only one he owns. Like literally, he owns one A-Rig, and you’re looking at it. And he’s...
Listen to the latest episode of Bassmaster Radio featuring Brandon Lester, Bryan New and Jason Christie.
Bassmaster pro Brandon Lester shares tips for easily getting a bass boat on the trailer when alone.
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