Garrett Enders is half of the winning team of the 2014 Costa Bassmaster High School National Championship. He will compete on Bethel University's fishing team beginning this fall.
Davick Hansen’s early successes in bass tournaments has him dreaming about a new career when he retires from the U.S. Air Force.
The Payette River Bassmasters volunteered to help hundreds of youngsters learn more about the outdoors during the 15th annual Kids Conservation Clinic, June 13, at the Leroy Atwood ponds near the Payette River.
Two members of a club named after Bassmaster Elite Series pro Charlie Hartley won the Ohio B.A.S.S. Nation High School/Youth Angler Championship, June 6-7, at Rocky Fork Lake.
The first scholarship in memory of Payette River Bassmasters member Aaron Grant was awarded during the American Northwest Outdoors/Aaron Grant Memorial Open, June 27, at Brownlee Reservoir.
Texas State angler David Cosner has been battling Wegener’s Granulomatosis for more than eight years.
The world seemed to be crashing down on former Bassmaster competitor and longtime guide Reed Montgomery when he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in November 2014.
James Graves III proves a high school athlete can excel in varsity sports and fish for a high school bass club at the same time.
Matthew Stearns, 16, is an advocate of bass fishing with kids of all ages.
The Strawberry Crest High team of Colten Smith and Rofet White won the high school division with a five-fish limit on Okeechobee weighing 34.42 pounds.