We are going to go ahead and step out on the proverbial limb and proclaim this, Friends of the Program is your #1 source for bass fishing in sportsblogdom. Theres no basis for such a claim but we can’t imagine anyone else with the motivation or completely and tragically open schedule this weekend to document what is known among honey holes and the Wal-Mart sporting goods departments everywhere as “The Super Bowl of Bass Fishing”. Our coverage of the world’s finest master baiters follows.
We are coming to you live from glamorous and randomly violent Shreveport, Louisiana where locals are gearing up for a festive Fat Tuesday and apparently the arrival of your new sphincter overlords.
What you would arrive in at the Bassmaster Classic, naturally.
Why stay at the Red Roof Inn or some other fancy shmancy place like that when you could just bunk up at the boat launch.
You can shop for a little home decor while you wait for the boats to launch
While we’ve never been there, we imagine Lake Havasu in the summer looks alot like this…except more strippery
Heres Mike Golic doing his show amid 30 degree temps…guess that Arena League gig doesn’t look so bad afterall
Catch and release demonstration tanks, strangely not sponsored by PETA
The Bear’s vision finally realized, integrated football in the SEC and a Crimson Tide Bass fishing team
On the redneck Mount Rushmore of Sports these two men, Bill Dance and Jimmy Houston, will take their rightful spots along side Dale Earnhardt and Stone Cold Steve Austin
What every good promotional booth needs, an open bar and a game of Baggo
It was inappropriate of us to expect that this boat would be missing its engines
Im sure this boat’s name was “Coonass’ Wet Dream”
Is this the line for Skynyrd?
This qualifies as riveting entertainment in the south
Behold the pomp and circumstance of weighing fish
Not alot to do on a Sunday in Northern Louisiana apparently
How to get a cheap pop in Louisiana, come out to LSU’s “Hold that Tiger”
The pinnacle of any bassfisherman’s life, complete with fancy pyro and confetti.