The timing of the March 12-14 Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Central Open presented by Allstate bodes well for the anglers competing in the event.
As we get ready for the 45th Bassmaster Classic, let's take a look back to the very first one, in 1971.
Almost since the beginning, B.A.S.S. has worked to shake things up with different tournament formats.
The Bass Fishing Hall of Fame welcomed some new members last night, and a visit from some old friends.
Sure, you know how to watch a bass tournament, but this isn't just any bass tournament. It's the Bassmaster Classic, and things are very different.
The eighth annual Bassmaster Classic championship was held Oct. 25-27, 1978, at the Ross Barnett Reservoir, in Mississippi.
The first Bassmaster Classic was held in Lake Mead, Nevada, in 1971. Bobby Murray of Hot Springs, Ark., won the inaugural Bassmaster Classic with a catch of 17 bass weighing 43 pounds, 11 ounces.
Thirty-five years ago this week Roland Martin and Tommy Martin competed on Ross Barnett Reservoir for the first time. They were back this week for the Bass Pro Shops Central Open #3.
If you're a bass fisherman and you don't have a Zara Spook in your box, you don't know what you're missing.