Photographer James Overstreet scanned all the images he took of the 2011 Bassmaster Classic for us to present in a large format
Just in case you've been living under a rock for the past decade, Aaron Martens has finished second in the Bassmaster Classic four times since 2002. It's an enviable — but uneasy — record.
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At the 2011 Bassmaster Classic, Kevin VanDam made all the right decisions and many of them months in advance of the Day One launch.
For the past few years, Kevin VanDam has been giving bass fishing fans plenty of reason to sit back and look at his remarkable career in absolute awe.
The Bassmaster Classic was born in the desert of the Nevada, but it's rarely thrived so well as in the Louisiana Delta. The 2011 edition was a record setter in lots of ways.
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VanDam's dominance hums along toward record-tying fourth Classic
Have you ever seen a 22-pound, 4.97-ounce largemouth bass? Few have, but you can join their ranks by attending the 2011 Bassmaster Classic in New Orleans, La.
This year in New Orleans, three big-time records are ripe for the picking.
By most accounts, Louisiana Delta conditions are ripe for a slugfest in the Feb. 18-20 Bassmaster Classic. The overall good health of the fishery strongly hints at the possibility of hefty bag weights.
Elite anglers headline Day One leaderboard on Lake Tohopekaliga
On Jan. 17, 2001, Dean Rojas pulled 45 pounds and 2 ounces of bass from Lake Tohopekaliga to set the Bassmaster tournament record for heaviest one-day catch. The record still stands.
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405-pounder could break 33-year-old IGFA all-tackle mark