For decades, we bass anglers have been telling ourselves that a world record largemouth would be worth $1 million maybe more to the fisherman lucky enough to catch it. After all, the largemouth is the most sought-after and prized record in the entire world. Surely there's a king's ransom to be had.
In this article you will read about the 2010 elite series Southern Challenge.
In this article you will read about the Duel On the Delta in California.
In this article, you can read Steve Kennedy's tips on deep fishing. From keeping on the move to using football jigs, Steve's experience gives insight into these deep water dwellers.
Denny Brauer gives tips on when to flip and pitch.
A good friend died the day before Independence Day near the southern village of Malcolm, Ala. Carl Dyess, 70, was an historic figure in the history of BASS and bass fishing. More than that, he was a great friend who supported me and everything I did with BASS and the bass fishing world from the time he fished my very first tournament at Beaver Lake in Arkansas in 1967.
Beginning fishing as a professional with a well worn boat, Kevin Wirth describes how he lived frugally. Read what happens after a few casts in his first BASS professional tournament.
In this photo gallery you will see photos of the 2009 Bass Slam on the Guadalupe River.
In this article you will find some answers to questions for starters investigating bass fishing in Japan.