Month: February 2012

Cormorants and Big Bass On Day-Two Of the Classic

Day Two of the Bassmaster Classic began with the air temperature stable at 32 degrees and water temperatures at least 7 degrees cooler, as predicted.  I was paired with Alton Jones, the 2008 Classic winner who was languishing in 16th place after the first day with 13.13 pounds.  “This weather will slow these fish down,”

Cooler Weather Highlights Day-One Of The Bassmaster Classic

A steady northwest wind and air temperatures that dropped close to 20 degrees in a 24 hour period welcomed the participants in the 2012 Bassmaster Classic, dubbed the World Series of Bass Fishing.  The atmosphere at “blast off” was electric and regardless of the wind and the cooler temperatures, optimism for a great “bite” spread

Shreveport Classic To Begin Tomorrow

The pros are ready, the media set, and the fans are chomping at the bit to see the Bassmaster Classic for 2012 get underway.  The venue is the Red River which separates Shreveport and Bossier City, Louisiana, and it is running cold and muddy.  From heavy rains a week ago to a warmer-than-usual air temperatures