In this first installment of 'Ask the B.A.S.S. Biologist,' Chris Horton answers viewer questions about the best way to fizz a bass and the different styles of culling clip products.
Every angler has a rod and reel that just seems to catch more fish than the rest of the combos in his or her boat. Manabu Kurita, catcher of the pending world record largemouth, is no different.
Interview with Manabu Kurita, potential world record holder. Part two of a two part episode.
Interview with Manabu Kurita, potential world record holder. Part one of a two part episode.
The smallest member of the largemouth family may have you seeing red.
Manabu Kurita told me the truth today about how, when and where he caught the pending world record bass. Every detail.
IGFA is waiting for a response as of this writing from the Japanese Game Fish Association. There is a rumor that Kurita was fishing in a restricted area when he boated the giant bass.
In this article, you can read about the monumental size of Manabu Kurita's fish, being a reason to worry that the Japanese government may redouble its efforts to get rid of largemouth because of the species' impact on native Japanese fish.
Will Mr. Kurita realize that telling his story has exponentially more value than any amount of yen I could afford him?
A narrated slideshow from the 2009 B.A.S.S. Slam trek. Chris Horton, James Hall and Dave Jones drove over 3,100 miles in a quest to catch bass a crossed the south.