Throughout the years many anglers have earned the respected title 'Angler of the Year,' but only a select few have held it more than once.
Long-time B.A.S.S. member takes passion for competitive bass fishing to another level.
The race is on, but the end is in sight. There's just one more Elite event left in 2012, and it looks like we'll be crowning a brand new champion. Here are the past winners and a look at the anglers who still have a chance to win this year.
The "Mystery Lake" concept is an important part of B.A.S.S.' rich history. The first six Bassmaster Classics were held at mystery locations; Classic qualifiers had boarded a plane en route to the secret fishery before they ever found out where they'd be fishing.
After a successful debut in 2011, Toyota Trucks All-Star Week is back in 2012, this time in Decatur, Ill., Sept. 20-23.
Moose and bass don’t normally go together, but according to viewers of The Outdoor Channel, The Bassmasters television show is worthy of the industry’s highest praise — a Golden Moose Award.
BOOYAH Bait Company is a new Official Supporting Sponsor of the Bassmaster Elite Series, the B.A.S.S. Federation Nation and the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Opens.
Bass anglers are pretty specific with their wish list for Santa Claus. Loved ones, beware: Many anglers are dreaming of some pretty big presents under the tree.
When Bill Dance talks, anglers everywhere listen, especially when he talks bass fishing in the cold.
The eight anglers competing in the Bassmaster Legends Tournament last Sunday during Toyota Trucks All-Star week averaged 68 years of age.