Sometimes you hit the nail right on the head your first day of practice and other times you get behind! With catching one bass the first day of practice, and seeing too much of the lake, I was behind!
Having been to Lake Fork three previous times, I start to notice many patterns with how the fish act and where they show up. This time was no different.
The only constant this season… Things are always changing. After a less than mediocre event at Santee Cooper I was hoping to get back on track at Chickamauga. As before, it almost played out like that.
It’s crazy how in fishing you can be right there, but still so far away. This go-around at Santee Cooper I was in the right section of the lake.
The Harris Chain was a blast for Pipkens! After spending much of his practice time driving around the lake looking for the right ingredients, CPiP had a great event!
Chad Pipkens finished 44th, and escaped the first 2022 Bassmaster Elite Series event with a great paycheck and some good points thanks to the help of an 8 pound bass!
Fishing season 2019 has arrived! The Elite’s kicked off their season on the St. Johns River in Palatka, Florida February 7-10. Little did they know, near record weights would be caught
As the 2018 fishing season came to a close, Chad Pipkens was hunting for his berth to the 2019 Bassmaster Classic, which will take place Knoxville, Tennessee. Although he was just outside the cut in the Elite Series AOY points, there were two more opportunities ahead to qualify for the Bassmaster Classic that Pipkens was searching for: a first place in the AOY Opens Championship and top three at the Bassmaster Classic Bracket.
Check out this video featuring FlowRite Controls with Chad Pipkens providing fishing tips for the fall weather.
Going into the AOY tournament, Chad Pipkens was in 39th place, which put him on the “bubble” in qualifying for the Bassmaster Classic in March 2019. Out of the AOY tournament this year, the top 36 anglers in the points go to the Bassmaster Classic.