Not much has changed since last week’s blog so I thought I'd start off with a winter fishing tip. Call it a Christmas present from your buddy Aaron.
Visiting our families in Southern California is something we look forward to every year. Like many families around the world that elect to move away from family to be closer to work, we moved to Alabama to fish for a living.
His months of training almost over, Bassmaster Elite Series pro Aaron Martens says he is ready.
I can't tell you how excited I am to have a Bassmaster.com blog. I'm looking forward to sharing my thoughts, tips, tricks and insights with B.A.S.S. fans around the world.
Whether it's the number of former champs in the field or the number of anglers who could become the oldest to ever win the Bassmaster Classic, numbers tell a story.
Think you know something about Classic history? Read this to learn even more.
With the Classic heading to Oklahoma’s Grand Lake in 2013, we asked anglers with top 10 finishes in Elite events there in 2006 and 2007 to give us their take on the 46,500-acre impoundment.
Ever wondered about the biggest bass ever caught in the world's most prestigious bass tournament circuit? Stop wondering and take a look!
Survive and advance. Those are the watchwords of the Elite Series pros who must make "cuts" to move up and cash checks. Here's a countdown of the 50 best at getting into the money.
A Bassmaster Elite Series tournament is a little like a game in the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. The goal is to survive (win) and move on to the next round. The more you survive, the greater the reward.