The career of a professional bass angler isn't all laughs and lunkers. There are also a great many sacrifices.
It’s been a wild ride since February when I won the Classic. A little rest won’t hurt me at all.
B.A.S.S. anglers and staff recently combined efforts in support of the second annual H.O.O.K. (Helping Out Our Kids) Charity Fishing Tournament on Beaver Lake, Ark.
You hear it all the time. Bass fishing is a sport that’ll humble you, right quick. Well, I got mine this past week on Bull Shoals.
If you can’t be in Bull Shoals, Ark., for the 2012 Bassmaster Elite Series TroKar Quest this weekend, you can keep up online in a way that will make you feel like you’re on the water yourself.
A weather system bringing wind and rain is fast approaching the Bull Shoals area on Day Two of the TroKar Quest.
Right now I’m playing with my tackle and getting ready for practice on Bull Shoals Lake for this week's Elite Series TroKar Quest.
Images from the second anual H.O.O.K. (Helping Out Our Kids) Charity Bass Tournament.
15 Elite Series anglers showed their support for a good cause by registering to fish in the Helping Out Our Kids Charity Bass Fishing Tournament.
Anglers gathered in Rogers, Arkansas to participate in a tournament on Beaver Lake to benefit H.O.O.K. (Helping Out Our Kids).