It’s hard to believe it, but we’re on the home stretch already for the 2021 Bassmaster Elite Series season.
The good luck Tiny Torpedo brought good vibes in the form of 61-pounds of Kentucky Lake largemouth Gleason caught on a football jig and deep-diving crankbait.
Lake Guntersville has long been one of the most popular destinations for B.A.S.S. competitions, with a total of 25 events being held on the Tennessee River impoundment in Northern Alabama.
One of the world’s best-known and most-fished trophy lakes is not going to make it easy on the field.
The last two Bassmaster Elite Series trips to Lake Fork resulted in three anglers joining the Century Club.
Variety may be the spice of life, but it’s a major annoyance for Bassmaster Elite anglers fishing the Sabine River.
Don’t be surprised if fans see the biggest fish the Elites have had at this venue come across the stage.
As excessive amounts of water continue to dump into the Tennessee River system, local authorities made the decision to evacuate the McFarland Park Campground.
Darold Gleason shares tips for anglers fishing the Basspro.com Bassmaster Opens for the 2021 season.
For Louisiana pro Darold Gleason, the quest to make the Bassmaster Elite Series unofficially began in 2010.
Darold Gleason demonstrates how to set up multiple screens on console-mounted electronics.
Adjusting weights is key for being able to feel soft plastics in windy conditions. Darold Gleason explains why and how to do it.
See how Day 1 leader Darold Gleason started the second day of competition at the Basspro.com Bassmaster Central Open at Neely Henry.
No matter how magnificently a Classic win would impact his life, even Darold Gleason’s burning passion for competitive fishing pales in comparison to his love for a feisty redhead.
Two years ago, Toyota Bonus Bucks member Darold Gleason was a successful full-time fishing guide on Toledo Bend. He was competing in Bassmaster Opens events, chasing dreams of a pro career, and...
Just wait until the sport’s biggest event hits one of its legendary waterways during prime time for fat girls.
by Alan McGuckinKENNESAW, Ga. – Darold Gleason became the first angler in America to cash-in on Yamaha’s new Power Pay contingency program for tournament anglers when he finished third in the FLW...
Tying up loose ends after a fantastic final event for the 2019 Bassmaster Elite Series.
After winning the first Bassmaster Central Open of 2019 at Toledo Bend, Darold Gleason quipped that his main goal is to “stay alive for the next 12 months.”Should the healthy 36-year-old resident...
Darold Gleason wins the 2019 Basspro.com Central Open at Toledo Bend with a two-day total of 40 pounds, 2 ounces.
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