B.A.S.S. Members show off their big bass in Bassmaster Magazine's Lunker Club.
Born into current, riverine brown bass are aggressive strikers, powerful fighters and explosive acrobats. Every angler wants in on that action. But to be a successful river fisherman, you must learn to adapt.
An early tournament win got me noticed by a writer and led to a 30-year relationship with the outdoor media.
When a guy who has spent more than 15,000 hours underwater watching bass talks about fish behavior, you listen. Consider these findings and tactics during the hottest days this summer.
Understanding the rules of water navigation and right-of-way laws may save your life...
Elite angler Keith Combs shows us how it's done in Bassmaster Magazine's Day on the Lake series.
The Amazon jungle is a forbidding, dangerous place. Since the first Europeans landed on the shores of South America 500 years ago, thousands of adventurers have entered the gigantic rain forest and were never seen again.
En route to the Alabama River Charge presented by Star brite, B.A.S.S. photographer Seigo Saito stopped for a brief tour of B.A.S.S. headquarters in Birmingham, Ala. Take a peek inside.
This week on The Livewell, Tommy Sanders chats with Bassmaster Magazine Editor James Hall about the second annual listing of the top 100 Best Bass Lakes.
Floating, hollow-bodied frogs are far more versatile than most anglers could imagine. Bassmaster Magazine wanted to know exactly how versatile, so it asked readers to submit their best frog tips. The response was overwhelming!