In competitive fishing, it’s what an angler can accomplish within a limited time period that counts.
When I’m not on the road competing in the Bassmaster Elite Series, there’s a good chance you’ll find me chasing fish along Florida’s coastline.
Collectibles are auctioned around the world on a daily basis, and vintage fishing tackle occupies its own fascinating niche.
Bernie Schultz talks about the "no-snag" rule, and how it affects our sport.
I’d like to tell you about one of those people who had a major impact on my life and my career.
Have you ever had something happen — something so bizarre it was hard to imagine how it was even possible?
Being at the right spot at the right time is still bit of guessing game.
A discussion about how professional bass fishing is evolving and more specifically, how we, the anglers, present ourselves.
Pick pros who can flip grass, but mix in a sprinkling of river rats, dudes with the keels of their boats scraped up from getting into out-of-the-way guts they’ll have to themselves.
On a Northern fishery known for monster smallmouth, three Florida largemouth gurus, Shaw Grigsby, Bobby Lane and Bernie Schultz, stand atop the leaderboard.