Andrew Upshaw, the first collegiate angler to make it to the Classic, will run a rig just like some of the best pros in the business.
Over the past few years, I never felt like I matched my bass fishing rod to the application quite like I do today.
Looking back on growing up makes me appreciate all the things that I have today and to never take anything in life for granted.
These are the highlights, lowlights and spotlights of the year coming to a close. Before you fire up Auld Lang Syne, take a look at the biggest stories of 2011.
Over the course of a fishing season, the triumphs and trials of tournament anglers create hundreds of good stories. Which ones rank as the best stories of 2011 is always debatable, but here are a few of our favorites.
It’s an exciting yet stressful time for me. Christmas? Hardly. I’m ordering my new boat this week for 2012.
My life has been unbelievably stressful, but there are some things I do to shoot it down.
Driving through Shreveport to do some scouting, it hit me: I actually qualified for the 2012 Classic.
When the final qualifier for the 2012 Bassmaster Classic was determined last weekend, the field was set at 49 anglers from five circuits and 22 states.
Veterans Day is a very emotional time for me and to my family. It takes me back to moments my family and I will never forget.