The first day is in the books and already we can see the AOY and Classic races gaining definition.
Blowouts, big bass and the beginning of one of the sport's greatest careers are just a few of things that make "the Bend" special to fishing fans.
Long lining for bass is great, but it's definitely not easy or fast. If you're wondering what you can do to maximize your crankbait depth on a conventional cast, you've come to the right place.
There's more to a Bassmaster Elite Series tournament than just weighing fish. Bernie Schultz gives us a glimpse behind the curtains.
The season's halfway over, but for many of the Elite pros the chances of qualifying for the Bassmaster Classic are just about dashed. Find out who's Classic dreams are on life support.
Yes, in Missouri you can get a bass in the record books by catching it on a trotline ... or a jug ... or a limb line.
Sometimes bass are too deep for a conventional cranking approach and too lethargic for soft plastics or a spoon. When that happens, there's long lining.
The Elite Series is full of highs and lows. Here are the highest highs and lowest lows of performance in the Elites.
Kyle Fox is one of the youngest pros in the Bassmaster Elite Series, and he's already making his mark. He may be young, but he's been fishing a long time, as you can see from the images that go along with our 20 questions.
Just how good is Randy Howell's season going? Who can catch him, and what are the chances that KVD can win his fifth AOY title in a row?