At BASSfest two of the biggest names in fishing discuss sharing water.
Bassmasters show not afraid to show real conflict on the water.
Many Elite Series pros have had long and storied bass fishing careers; others are just getting their start. In this gallery, we'll take a look back at how far they've come.
Stephen Mui, a competitor in the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series, qualified for BASSfest and walked away with an 18th-place finish and 48 pounds, 4 ounces.
When Elite anglers are on the Tournament Trail, our minds are fixed on one thing: catching bass.
Ilsa Clare Grave, 6, will do a flipping and pitching routine for her talent at a national beauty pageant.
A lot of new bass bait and techniques are created each year, but it takes accreditation on the Bassmaster Tournament Trail for any concept to prove its worthiness.
Throughout BASSfest we ran GoPro cameras on our anglers boats to capture all the action. We compiled a gallery of stills that we pulled from that footage. We sent these stills over to Garrick Dixon for a little post production love and here's what we came up with.
Davy Hite interviews Kevin VanDam at BASSfest in this segment of "First Look."
Riding as a Marshal taught Skip Walden tactics, techniques and areas he had never considered before.