At the end of the Day One weigh-in on Lake Texoma, the race for three Bassmaster Classic berths was tighter than ever.
The winds of fate have not been kind to Central Open competitors this year.
It's just about time for one of my favorite fishing techniques to get hot. Of course my very favorite fishing technique is whatever I used to catch the last bass, but I've got to admit that I love it when the weather starts to get really cool and the water temperature starts to dip into the mid-50s because that's when I begin thinking about the float and fly.
The pros in the Oct. 30-Nov. 1 Bassmaster Central Open season finale on Lake Texoma out of Denison, Texas, will be fishing for points as well as for pounds.
For more than 40 years <i>Bassmaster</i> Magazine has been the worldwide authority on bass fishing. Anglers all around the world regularly wait by their mailboxes or scan magazine racks looking for the latest issue.
Elite Series angler Marty Stone has always said he wanted to do three things before he dies — drive a NASCAR stock car, train with the U.S. Army Special Forces and ride in a fighter plane. The NASCAR gig is behind him and the Special Forces training has to wait until "I get in better shape," he says.
Denny Brauer comments on what diffrent head designs mean to you.
James Niggemeyer gives tips on adding weight to your shakey headed jigs.
Shaw Grigsby shows you how to tie a knot on a braided fishing line.
Australian angler Kim Bain will be the first woman to compete in the Bassmaster Classic.