Bassmaster Magazine announced today the 100 best bass fishing lakes in the U.S.
Lake Guntersville is a powerhouse where B.A.S.S. tournament winners usually have to land more than 100 pounds to win.
Steve Kennedy set a four-day weight record in 2007 with 122 pounds, 14 ounces on Clear Lake.
Lake Coeur d'Alene is a 25,000-acre glacially formed reservoir that produces solid limits of 4-pounders without rest.
The San Joaquin Delta, more commonly known as the California Delta, is a big-bass factory that encompasses more than 1,000 miles of shoreline.
Lake Okeechobee proved a winner for Elite Series pro Ish Monroe this March.
Lake Amistad was brought to the angling forefront in 2006 when Bassmaster Elite Series pros boated a then-record 5,000-plus pounds of bass over the four-day event.
At Lake Champlain, you can catch smallmouth until you are sick of reeling them in.
Lake Minnetonka has been a favorite destination of multispecies anglers as far back as 1907.
Lake Falcon, arguably the best bass lake in North America, is your best bet for a 10-pounder.