Like to keep up on your own at the weigh-ins? Print your own score card, and it will be a snap!
What's this weird polka-dot B.A.S.S. shield? It's your key to coverage of the 2012 Bassmaster Classic.
One club, the Fayetteville Bassmasters of North Carolina, has six of its members -- soon to be seven -- serving together in Afghanistan.
The Alabama angler is familiar with the Red River, and he's looking for a high finish — and for his own assurance that he performed his best.
Tom Jessop is used to life on the ranch, but he's stepping into a highly competitive field of anglers at the Classic. For him, hard work is always what pays off: on the ranch and on the water.
Chris Price had a near-win on the Red River in 2002. He's hoping for another good showing on the river, 10 years later.
Idaho Fed member Brandon Palaniuk's fourth-place finish in the 2011 Bassmaster Classic is one of the things that makes him an inspiration to Idaho competitor Josh Polfer at this year's Classic.
During National Invasive Species Awareness Week, Feb. 26 to March 3, experts will discuss options for managing populations of aquatic nuisance species.
Matt McCoy is walking in his uncle's footsteps. Both qualified for the Classic through the Indiana B.A.S.S. Federation Nation in separate years.
John Diaco's 20-year journey to the Classic culminates in his 1,700-mile journey today as he leaves New Hampshire bound for Louisiana.