Photographer Seigo Saito sent in his favorites from James River -- and he's off to shoot the big ones at the weigh-in!
James River plays hosts to several former and current locals looking to ride the tide to victory.
I’m over on the James River getting ready for the Open that starts tomorrow.
Find out what music blasts when your favorite angler takes the stage.
I had an experience last weekend that reminded me of why I love the sport of fishing so much.
I spent this past weekend on Lake St. Clair. It’s one of the great fisheries in the country ...
This is a bittersweet day for me. It’ll be sweet because it’s my first Tuesday Night tournament of the season. It’s bitter because for the first time in those three decades my friend Ray Patts won’t be there.
It’s a rare tournament when conditions stay exactly the same from practice to competition.
I just pulled into my motel at the Alabama River. I’ve never been here before so it’s a real treat. You can feel the bass fishing history as soon as you get out of your vehicle. It’s everywhere.
Thirteen of the anglers fishing this event call Alabama home, and at least one is in each Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing bucket.