Opens angler Scott Siller was in about as terrible a position as you can occupy and still be leading a Bassmaster tournament.
Bassmasters show not afraid to show real conflict on the water.
The recently-concluded BASSfest at Chickamauga Lake provided a window into what “borderless” fishing might look like, with competition featuring the full field of Elite Series pros, a handful of FLW Tour pros and a smattering of self-selecting Open-level guys.
With his start-to-finish win at this past weekend’s Toyota Texas Bass Classic — bringing his total of TTBC trophies to three — Keith Combs may have established himself as the greatest tour level pro in Texas…ever.
With an Elite Series event later this week, Kevin and Kerry Short are dealing with the news that their house was seriously damaged by the tornadoes that ravaged Mayflower, Arkansas, on Sunday.
This may be sacrilegious for a writer to declare but this year I’m working diligently to remove certain words from my vocabulary. Specifically, I’m trying to limit the use of “lost,” “loser” and “losing” from my articles.
Just like your grandmama used to look forward to the big Sears Roebuck catalog and your dad used to anxiously await the annual mega-book from Johnny Morris, one of the highlights of my year is the day I obtain the Bassmaster Media Guide.
The past 12 months was the most productive period of Edwin Evers’ career. The past 12 months was the most painful period of Edwin Evers’ career.
Do you think you can walk on water? If you want to test the principle and come out on top, I suggest that you visit the Guntersville area in late February. They’ve got this little fish derby going on, and I suspect that the boats are going to be packed so tight that you’ll be able to walk from the launch ramp to any competitor’s fishing spot without even getting a toe wet.