Most of the year, you'll find me throwing baits that are designed to imitate a shad, crawfish or maybe an alewife. But there's one time of year that I'll always have at least one bait ready to go that resembles a bluegill, and that time is now.
The other day I received a call from a writer with an interesting question. Basically, he asked why I thought our sport hasn't been plagued by a major scandal like so many others, especially now that there's so much money involved?
California residents to conserve water in the face of diminished supply from snow pack in the Sierras, researchers issued a dire forecast for the long-term future
BASS Times Magazine, July 2008
Brotherly love has crossed the boundaries of two Western states via the B.A.S.S. Federation Nation.
Barely missing a trip to the Classic in 1980 convinced Cook to pursue going pro
The second annual Tips-up For The Troops, a charity bass tournament that benefits combat veterans suffering from a brain injury, was a huge success.
Federation Nation members and a local Junior Bassmaster club taught more than 200 children about fishing May 31 and June 1 in a program aimed at introducing youngsters to the sport.
Southern Division Southern Open 1 Jan. 17-19, 2008 St. Johns River | Palatka, Fla.
What lures might the top pros pack if they could only have four for the rest of the 2008 Bassmaster Elite Series season? In this article, you can find out what Dave Wolak and Terry Scroggins say.