Gene Gilliland, a widely respected bass biologist and conservation advocate from Oklahoma, has been named B.A.S.S. National Conservation Director.
Oklahoma’s new state record largemouth bass comes from a little lake that produced two records in a year, off a modified lure that is difficult to replicate and to an angler who wasn't really sure what he was doing.
All 548 fish weighed in during the Bassmaster Classic lived to be caught again by Oklahoma angers, thanks to a continuing commitment to fish care and a willingness to make improvements in every facet of the process.
Gene Gilliland, a fisheries biologist who has studied Grand Lake for 30 years, shares his perspective on what it takes to win there.
Even after 43 years, Ray Scott's founding principles are still relevant to the work of B.A.S.S. Conservation.
Listen in as experienced biologists discuss topics from bed fishing to tournament mortality to chemical weed controls.
Awesome. Tremendous. Terrific. That’s the way that state conservation directors for the Fed Nation summed up their experience at the recent conservation summit.
B.A.S.S. will renew an old tradition at this year’s Bassmaster Classic, when it plays host to a 2 ½-day Conservation Summit.
Conservation directors and fish chiefs from across the United States will spend three days discussing top conservation issues.
The words "fall turnover" conjure up lots of thoughts in the minds of bass anglers, almost none of them good. Fish kills, lock-jawed bass and epically tough fishing are just a few.