In case you missed an issue of Bassmaster Magazine during the past four decades, here is a sampling of some of the best advice ever printed to serve bass anglers.
Homer Cirlce offers his fondest recollections of bass fishing's biggest event
A Portrait of Classic Champions during the 40th anniversary.
As BASS was born, so was the tackle revolution. Here are the stories of where your bassin' gear came from
Here is a what's-what list of how bass fishing has evolved since the inception of BASS
Chris Armstrong, a longtime illustrator for Bassmaster Magazine, died April 23, 2014. His illustrations were known throughout the bass fishing and hunting world.
For years of dedicated service to bass fishermen everywhere, we salute the birth and evolution of the timeless plastic worm
Lily pads hold bass, but it takes special skills to plow these green fields well
When it comes to fish tales, there are none greater than these. Here are angling's most famous bass, and their stories
To help spread the word about the New York Federation Nation's Conservation Program, Burnie Haney, BASS Conservation Director for New York, has started an information campaign.