The Elites’ second stop of 2021 lands in Knoxville, Tenn., site of 2019 Bassmaster Classic.
Since leaving the St. Johns River just under two weeks ago, Bassmaster Elite Series pro Chris Zaldain has been through quite the roller coaster of challenges.
Sometimes the glass is half full, even if we don’t know it at the time.
After the warm temperatures of Florida, the Elites are coming back to a dose of reality in Knoxville, Tenn.
All in all it’s going to be pretty much business as usual in 2021, and that’s a good thing.
Moving the 2021 Bassmaster Classic to June might mean less weight on the scales, but the decision should help boost attendance for the weigh-ins and expo.
The first thing Chris Zaldain will tell an angler to do is bend one of the three shanks on the factory treble hook out to nearly 90-degrees, and then use pliers to squeeze the other two shanks...
Chris Zaldain continues his Bassmaster Classic quest at the Santee Cooper Lakes in South Carolina, while Trait Zaldain joins friends for an autumn camping and float trip on a scenic Tennessee river.
Listen to the latest episode of Bassmaster Radio featuring Patrick Walters, Clark Wendlandt and Chris Zaldain.
Big baits for big bass is the game plan on Lake Guntersville, as Chris brings his California tactics to swing for the fence as the Bassmaster Angler of the Year race heats up.
In this Tackle Tip Tuesday video brought to you by Mercury Marine, Chris Zaldain talks about a few oversized topwaters he throws in the fall for a few key bites per day.
The goal is the same: Qualify for the 2020 Bassmaster Classic in their hometown of Fort Worth, Texas.
Trait catches her PB largemouth edging 10 pounds during practice for the Bassmaster Central Open at Sam Rayburn. Follow along as she deep dives into her game plan, from start to finish. ...
Caleb Sumrall and Chris Zaldain both rolled into Lake Guntersville’s famous Waterfront Grocery Boat Ramp at 6:20 a.m. Tuesday morning.
In this episode of Zaldaingerous, Chris Zaldain takes his offshore game to Lake St. Clair for a smallmouth smackdown.
A summer vacation turns into an offshore and inshore fishing trip of a lifetime in the Gulf of Mexico.
A master of angling is a must, yet Bassmaster Elite Series anglers require many more skills to sustain a career in professional bass fishing.
Plain lead jigs and even jigs painted in a single color often lack the realism needed to dupe bass consistently.
See how Elite pro Chris Zaldain approaches a day fishing in hot summer temperatures.
Find out what it's really like to be a professional bass angler as Trait Zaldain competes under grueling conditions at the Bassmaster Central Open in Oklahoma.
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