Today is the first day of Bassmaster Classic 2009, people are excited about it, especially those who love fishing, needless to say, this is a big event this year. In case some people don't know what is Bassmaster Classic, we will explain it here.
According to Wikipedia, The Bassmaster Classic is a competition in professional bass fishing. It was first held in 1971 in Lake Mead, Nevada. After years of being held in July, the Bassmasters Classic was moved to February in 2006.
The event has turned into a three-day spectacle, complete with a theatrical presentation of the weigh-ins and hours of television coverage. ESPN purchased Bass Anglers Sportsman Society (BASS), which organizes the event, and increased coverage of the event and the Classic's profile.
So this could be the history of Bassmaster Classic, now you know what it is and why Bassmaster Classic 2009 is so hot.
The 2009 Bassmaster Classic is now underway on the Red River in Bossier City, Louisiana. The 2009 Bassmaster Classic takes place from February 20th to the 22nd, and provides a diverse field of some of the best fisherman in the world. This competition will pit 51 of the best Bassmaster Classic 2009 Gets Underway in Bossier City, Louisiana; Early Results Already in on Bassmaster Classic Standings anglers against each other in a competition that will award a grand prize of $500,000 to the ultimate winner. It is quite a large prize for the competition, and has the best anglers all coming out for the chance to compete. So Bassmaster Classic 2009 has a serious competition. Who will win the game in the end? Let's pay high attention on that.
Representing the Natural State this year are Scott Rook of Little Rock, Mike McClelland of Bella Vista and Mark Davis of Mount Ida. Davis won the 1995 Bassmaster Classic and is also a two-time Bassmaster Angler of the Year. He left the Bassmaster circuit in 2005, but returned in 2008 to qualify for the Classic through the Bassmaster Open Series. Rook will compete in his seventh Classic, and Mc-Clelland will make his sixth appearance. They both qualified through the Bassmaster Elite Series. Will they win Bassmaster Classic 2009? It's still a unknown secret, but the chance is very big.
For those who don't have chance to join Bassmaster Classic 2009, it may be a pity, but it could also be a wonderful thing to wait for the winner come out. What do you say?