Here is a what's-what list of how bass fishing has evolved since the inception of BASS
Mark Zona and James Hall talk about why they fish. For some fishing is about reliving the moment of their first catch, but for others it's all about the adrenaline rush.
Mark Zona and James Hall talk about how they found a 16 inch bass eating a 13 inch bass.
In this episode James Hall out fishes Mark Zona.
Mark Zona and James Hall talk about how the right lure can make the difference.
How do you pick out a tie to wear when preparing to meet the President of the United States? As Bassmaster Classic champion Alton Jones stood next to the leader of the free world, with a horde of members of the national press corps clicking pictures at the speed of light, it hit me that this is no small decision.
In case you are wondering, President Bush put on hold his meeting with King Hamad of Bahrain in order to spend more time talking about fishing with Bassmaster Classic champion Alton Jones. And the extra time President Bush gave the Jones family was something they will never forget.
Takahiro Omori's vision, as a young man in Japan, has come to fruition.
The James River in Virginia will always haunt John Murray for his performance there.
If it wasn't the 7-pound largemouth somersaulting into my popper with only minutes remaining in the fishing day, perhaps it was the scenery that had my heart racing.