Welcome to an untapped supply of bass in open water away from shoreline, structure and the maddening crowd
Perhaps the most misunderstood aspect of tackle selection is choosing the size of weight to use for soft plastics rigging. Here, a Classic champion offers a heavy dose of advice on the subject
Almost as important as making the right moves on the water is avoiding the wrong ones. Here, the best anglers on the planet identify the top oversights of everyday fishermen
Open bars, weeping and gunplay highlight memories of Classics past
It's the people inside the outside that makes the outdoors great, and I want to thank them publicly for the gift they have given me, this year of writing about the outdoors.
Boyd Duckett left the Bassmaster Classic stage last February 25 as the newly-crowned world champion, he stepped into a world that even today, a full year later, leaves him both dazed and amazed.
These springtime hot spots won't necessarily hold winning strings of bass, but they should produce when things turn tough
I was sitting on a couch once with a werewolf when she asked me, "Do you get out much." Actually, to be honest, she was sitting on the couch, I was sitting on a ¾-inch RCA TV tape deck with my finger on the record button.