Although it's in New Hampshire, Lake Winnipesaukee can be considered the home waters of many anglers throughout New England.
In this article, you can read how Ray Scott proudly promotes the desire of the BASS community members to be together and experience a sense of community.
Frank Scalish is not just a pro angler, he's also an artist.
Though Kile is skilled in the light-line methods he learned in his home state of Arizona, he's equally comfortable fishing thin, murky water, with a flippin' stick and heavy string.
In this article you can read about a major reason eastern Tennessee is producing some great fishermen.
Ed Cannon surveyed the meeting room filled with his peers and was suddenly overcome with trepidation over the scene before him. Cannon, about to retire after 22 years as president of the North Carolina BASS Chapter Federation, was not feeling melancholy about disconnecting from his close network of friends at his final CITGO Bassmaster Classic presented by Busch Beer.
Editor's note: In an effort to alert anglers to the danger that their freedom to fish will be taken from them, BASSMASTER and several other magazines have agreed to run the following column by Mike Nussman.
Editor's note: In an effort to alert anglers to the danger that their freedom to fish will be taken from them, BASSMASTER and several other magazines have agreed to run the following column by Mike Nussman, president and CEO of the American Sportfishing Association (ASA).
Having decided to undergo laser vision correction surgery, read how Ken Cook has improved vision and can better see fish in the water.
Nobody likes to fish slow, here are some tips from the pros on how to speed fish with fast baits for slow fish.