B.A.S.S. Historical Timeline 1967 Ray Scott has the idea for the first modern bass tournament while watching a basketball game in a Jackson, Miss., motel room. He subsequently drafts the rules for competitive bass fishing to foster the ideals of ethical angling, conservation and safety. The same basic rules are used today all around the [...]
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Well the 2013 BASSMASTER CLASSIC is over and the champion is Cliff Pace. Wanna congratulate him on his victory. Here are a few photos from the classic courtesy of BASS RUMORS member Kyle Merical.
LA CROSSE, Wis. — Time was running out. About 15 minutes to go before he had to call it a day, Todd Faircloth hooked into a solid 3-pounder. And even though he had led for two days, only then did he feel that maybe, just maybe, he had nailed the Mississippi River Rumble. Faircloth was [...]
MANY, La. — Cliff Pace turned a “terrible” practice into a first-day triumph. “Today’s a day I’ll remember for a long time in my career — a long time,” Pace said backstage Thursday after he took the lead in the Bassmaster Elite Series Toledo Bend Battle with 23 pounds, 2 ounces. He was 10 ounces [...]