The formation of thick yellow matts of algae atop hydrilla, coontail and milfoil beds each autumn is often comically called 'cheese' by anglers.
Elite pro Brandon Lester shares a look at his playbook for fall grass fishing ... the best of the year.
When it’s time to catch a largemouth bass during summer’s sweltering temps, Brandon Lester leans on long plastic worms.
The Elites have visited the St. Lawrence so many times in recent memory that fans should have a pretty good feel for what to expect.
We are down to two events remaining in the 2021 Bassmaster Elite Series season; Lake Champlain this week and then the St. Lawrence River next week.
A Bassmaster Classic on a new body of water is awfully exciting for Brandon Lester.
It is a big lake with a small population of fish relative to its size, but the fish that live there can be absolute giants.
Brandon Lester is fishing his sixth Bassmaster Classic, and yet the super-likeable God-fearing family man from Tennessee doesn’t have a lure sponsor.
One thing that makes this particular Classic so interesting is the fact that it’s a new fishery for most of the anglers.
Fall is the perfect time to visit Middle Tennessee, home of Tims Ford Lake, historic towns and distilleries. Take a tour of it all with Bassmaster Elite Series pro Brandon Lester.
Elite Brandon Lester breaks down the state of Alabama's Lake Guntersville after the latest event on the fishery.
This week is stop number seven of the 2021 Bassmaster Elite Series season on Lake Guntersville.
Legendary Lake Guntersville marks the final southern stop of the 2021 season before heading north.
This event will be just like Pickwick Lake all over again with high water conditions and current.
While Lester is guessing he’ll need to average 12-pounds a day to take home a Top 10, he’s certain he’ll lean on simplicity in his lure selection to help establish productive patterns now that 6...
FAYETTEVILLE, Tenn. — Bassmaster Elite Series pro Brandon Lester announced a new partnership with Lake Hop, a boat share marketplace that connects people who want to have unique experiences on the...
Everything on Lake Fork is behind schedule, and the Elites are hitting the fishery at the first big waves of spawning.
Waking up to a vandalized truck, including a stolen catalytic converter, is about the last thing any angler wants to encounter on the road.
Whether an angler is catching 6-pounders every cast or all five fish weigh 6 pounds, it’s the same for everyone, so attitude is important.
This time of year, with the spawn coming, those water temperatures are very important.
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