A story of how bass fishing brings together people from around the world and all walks of life...
Take a peek at reigning Classic champ Cliff Pace's Toyota Tundra.
As you read this, I'm hard at work getting back on track. Over the past couple of weeks, I've been so busy that I haven't taken care of my boat and tackle they way I usually do.
One of the keys to bass fishing success is to recognize change and adapt to it. The anglers who spot change the fastest and respond to it the best are the ones who catch the most fish and win the most tournaments.
Cliff Pace wrote a guest column for Bassmaster.com last week that spoke volumes about how technology has changed the game of fishing.
B.A.S.S. writer Don Barone bids farewell to LaGrange, Ga., and West Point Lake. These images are the memories he will carry with him.
River tournaments are typically more area-oriented than pattern-oriented. Practice will be less about finding the right technique than it will be about finding the right area.
It's Day Four, and one of these 12 anglers is taking home the trophy.