I just finished reading Pete Robbins’ column, “Seeing into the future.” As always, Pete gives us incredible insight into bass fishing, going down a path few people ever venture.
When did the modern era of professional bass fishing begin?
When 30-year-old aspiring bass pro Jonathan Carter launches his Bass Cat on the first day of the 2013 Bassmaster Classic, he’ll be breaking new ground.
Unless Chris Lane wins the upcoming Bassmaster Classic, the next few weeks mark the end of his year in the sun.
I’m sure that if you asked Kevin VanDam to name the single most important fish of his B.A.S.S. career, he’d have a hard time nailing it down.
When the Elites kick off the this year at the Sabine River, Denny Brauer will also likely be in Texas, but at his new home in Del Rio rather than in the town of Orange.
Elite Series angler Timmy Horton has issued a challenge to his fellow competitors.
Welcome to my little slice of the Bassmaster.com website. It’s an honor to do the old look-up, look-down and see that my column is sandwiched in between the likes of KVD, Ike, Brent Chapman and Ken Duke.
Oklahoma angler looks forward to a home lake advantage at the 2013 Bassmaster Classic.
Art Ferguson is older and wiser- and goes into Day Three feeling a calm confidence.