Take a look at the big and important bass caught last week in Upstate New York.
The Yamaha Clip of the Day on Day 2 at the St. Lawrence River is Caleb Sumrall's touchdown in New York. Sumrall lands a football on the famed St. Lawrence River.
See the big day of fishing that propelled Caleb Sumrall up the leaderboard at the Farmers Insurance Bassmaster Elite at St. Lawrence River.
See the biggest bass brought in last week on Lake Champlain and learn how the weights affected the anglers' seasons.
With much of the nation settling into summer patterns, or shortly on the way, the year’s sixth month offers plenty of giant bite opportunities.
Lake Guntersville is known for big bass, and those caught in the Berkley Bassmaster Elite at Lake Guntersville provided great impact for those who landed them.
Thursday’s postponement was an opportunity for the 98 Elite Series anglers to regroup, rest and relax a bit, but Caleb Sumrall went to a local gym to work out for 90 minutes.
While Sabine River bass aren't known for size, there were certainly some fish that made a big impact on the leaderboard last week in Orange, Texas.
Cardio work is important as it helps an angler fish all day and is good for balance.
So far the topic of the Guaranteed Rate Bassmaster Elite on Pickwick Lake has been change.
Everyone can feel the excitement and nerves of the competitors as they prepare to kick off the 2021 season tomorrow with the start of the AFTCO Bassmaster Elite on the St. Johns River.
While many are shivering and snooping around deeper haunts for winter bass, anglers follow a different set of rules for largemouth in Southern Louisiana waters.
Water temps amid the holidays are often among the lowest of the year, so Caleb Sumrall’s top two lure choices play well to lethargic bass.
Put a Bassmaster Elite Series pro on a small lake
he’s never seen before and give him seven hours
to catch bass.
If you need two guys to accompany you on a five-mile jog, help you move furniture, catch you a fat largemouth or simply share a laugh and a cold beer, you’d be wise to get ahold of Bassmaster Elite...
Caleb Sumrall and Chris Zaldain both rolled into Lake Guntersville’s famous Waterfront Grocery Boat Ramp at 6:20 a.m. Tuesday morning.
Caleb Sumrall brought 305 pounds of the bronze bombers to the scales across eight smallmouth-dominated events for an average finish of 43rd place.
Catch up with Caleb Sumrall's day with photos from his marshal Jason Tatum.
Wanting to shed a few pounds, Caleb Sumrall began a running program late last summer, and he’s enjoying his newfound stamina.
Caleb Sumrall is passing the time as a responsible American by fishing the cypress trees five minutes from his Southern Louisiana home with family.
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