Check out The COLLEGE BASS ZONE'S video following the 2014 FLW College Fishing National Champion Minnesota Gophers.
Listen to Kevin VanDam talk about his 2014 season and missing the Classic for the first time since 1991.
With a total weight of 85-0, Greg Hackney earned the blue trophy in NY. Check out The BASS ZONE'S Final Day Wrap Up video.
Mark was in studio while Matt and Dave were LIVE from NY with special guest, Cayuga Winner, Greg Hackney.
With a total weight of 61-1, Greg Hackney leads Todd Faircloth by 10-ounces. Check out The BASS ZONE'S Day Three Wrap Up video.
Check out The BASS ZONE'S day two wrap up video from Day Two of the Elite Series tournament on Cayuga Lake.
Mark was in studio and Dave and Matt were LIVE via SKYPE from NY breaking down Day One with special guest, Freddy Roumbanis.
Take a look at the NEW way the BZ Crew is covering the Elite Series events. Palaniuk leads....plus the on location edge.
With a total weight of 51-2, Anthony Gagliardi wins the Forrest Wood Cup by a single ounce over Scott Canterbury.
With a three-day total weight of 39-1, Brent Ehrler leads Bryan Thrift by 3-ounces heading into Championship Sunday at the Forrest Wood Cup.
With a Day Two limit weighing 17-0, Philip Jarabeck lead the Forrest Wood Cup with a total weight of 26-4.
With an opening round limit weighing 17-14, David Dudley opens up a big lead on Lake Murray.
The BASS ZONE asks all the hard questions at Media Day for the 2014 Forrest Wood Cup on Lake Murray.
With a final day limit weighing 10-14, Mike Iaconelli closes out his second Elite Series victory with style.
Mike Iaconelli widens the gap on the Delaware and leads by over 6-pounds heading into championship Sunday.
With a limit weighing 15-1 on Friday, Mike Iaconelli takes the lead heading into the weekend with a total weight of 24-3.
With an impressive opening round limit weighing 16-14, Boyd Duckett opens up a 4+ pound lead on the Delaware River.
The Elite Series returns to action in the City of Brotherly Love.
Opager talks about everything from the 2014 Cup to the 2015 Tour schedule.
“This year I’ve made the commitment to fish what I have confidence in, and so far I’ve been pleased with the results.” – Kelley Jaye
"It's going to be a grind - there isn't any doubt about that." - Casey Ashely
“Every eight-hours I had to get up and inject antibiotics into my body. I pretty much spent seven weeks indoors and couldn’t even go outside and walk around the yard.” – Kevin Ledoux
"It didn't take me long to realize that all the icons of the sport attend the show." - James Biggs
Heading into the final two regular season Elite Series tournaments of the year, here are five interesting storylines to follow.
Setting the table for an intriguing August in professional bass fishing.
“For a company trying to make their mark in this industry, it’s almost a necessity to have a professional endorsement to really take the brand to the next level of credibility.” – Dean Rojas
A look back at the biggest factors going into each FLW Tour event this past season.
“I thought that it would be the perfect time to explain to Jackson how the lock and dam system works.” – Fred Roumbanis
The statistical approach to Morgan's stellar 2014 campaign.
Andy Morgan repeats as FLW Tour AOY. Skip Johnson wins the final FLW Tour event of the season on Kentucky Lake
With a three-day total weight of 65-12, Tom Redington leads the final FLW Tour event of the 2014 season.
With an opening day limit weighing 24-14, Brett Hite takes the lead in the final FLW Tour event of the season.
The 2014 FLW Tour season concludes this week on Kentucky Lake.