Bill Dance was professional bass fishing's first superstar. After a second-place finish in the first modern bass tournament the 1967 All-American on Beaver Lake in Arkansas the former furniture and hardware salesman from Memphis, Tenn., never looked back. He parlayed his tournament success into <i>Bill Dance Outdoors, an immensely popular television fishing show that is still in production and still one of the most popular in the world.
Takahiro Omori talks about the kissimmee chain
Peter Thliveros talks about being on the Harris Chain of lakes.
Derek Remitz explains what happened on Lake Amistad
In this article you will read about Derek Remitz and his challenges on Lake Amistad.
The second of three 2008 Southern Open events, the South Carolina stop of the Bassmaster Southern Open circuit set for May 8-10, is the turning point in the circuit's points race. Pros are competing for a $45,000 top prize and crucial points in the event at Santee Cooper lakes out of Manning, S.C.
Ed Everhart was hoping to catch his first 10-pound largemouth when he put away his drop shot and began slowly swimming a Huddleston swimbait across a rocky flat of Collins Lake this past April 27, but when his son Cole netted a 9-pound, 8 1/2-ounce spotted bass for him, he admits he could not have been more excited.