The Mobile-Tensaw River Delta can swallow you up and spin you around the first time you fish here. Its nearly 25,000 acres of water include riverine stretches, a vast marsh, huge grass flats and a maze of backwater sloughs, creeks and lakes.
Bassmaster Elite Series pros that did not compete in the 2012 Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Northern Open at New York’s Cayuga Lake, the only B.A.S.S. event ever held there, may be in for a surprise.
Lay Lake is producing the heaviest catches of all the Coosa River reservoirs, claims Alabama bass ace Mark McCaig.
Some people say that bass fishing is an addiction. That doesn’t apply to Louisiana angler Gerald Spohrer. With Spohrer, bass fishing is a bona fide obsession.
Opens angler Tracy Adams takes the leap into the Bassmaster Elite Series in 2014.
The Bassmaster Elite Series pros are no strangers to tidal rivers, but few of them have faced the dramatic tidal fluctuations that await them at the Delaware River. One of the few is New Jerseyan Michael Iaconelli who has fished the Delaware for over 30 years.
The Bassmaster Elite Series will celebrate bass fishing in a big way when BASSfest comes to Dayton, Tenn., June 11-15.