You know what it’s like: You catch a big fish, but you’re the only one around to see it. All you’ve got is your trusty smartphone to capture the moment. Awkwardly, you reach for it, flip the camera so it’s facing you and try to look in the right spot on the phone — all while maintaining a good hold on the fish you just worked so hard for. Once the pic is snapped, you’ve made a bass selfie.
Elite Series pro Scott Rook and B.A.S.S. co-owner Jerry McKinnis recently teamed up for a fishing trip on Lake Maumelle.
db remembers his times with an important member of B.A.S.S. who needs your help.
Fishing and life both require the right balance.
You've got to have the basics for a day on the water, but too much is too much. Here's how an Elite pro streamlines his tool needs.
Bassmaster Elite Series angler Gerald Swindle is serious about his bow hunting, so much so he’s on Outdoor Channel’s "Moultrie’s The Hit List."
Nation anglers eagerly take on Buggs Island Reservoir on Day 2 of the Mid-Atlantic Divisional.
When fans look at all the wrapped boats at an Elite Series event, it’s probably easy for them to assume that everything inside those wraps is always neat, orderly and working as it should but that isn't always the case.
I thought it would be fun to tell a little story about the years I fished the Bass'n Gal circuit.
I’m not proud to admit it but “undeserving” is how I feel about my effort at the last two Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Opens presented by Allstate.