Each of the new owners of B.A.S.S. optimistically talks about his new business endeavor and desire to get started.
Kevin VanDam gives tips on how to bottom bounce a lipless crankbait.
Mark Menendez shows us how to modify a spoon lure.
We're fishing Grand Lake o' the Cherokees. The fishing is supposed to be pretty good. I don't know that for sure yet, but I do know that the wildlife around here is extraordinary.
The new owners of B.A.S.S. discuss the future of the organization.
Notebook news gives some Bassmaster fishing highlights. Retired, Vermont's first, the youngest Classic qualifier, no. 50, coming up, and the ouch of the ounce, each take a place on its pages.
After a week of hanging out at home, spending a little time in the woods, getting ready for winter and taking the kids trick or treating, I'm back on the road. I flew to Las Vegas Monday for the SEMA Show to work with my vehicle sponsor, Toyota Trucks, who is rolling out a special exhibit there.
Arkansas has a great Sports Hall of Fame that inducts several new sports figures each year. This is a Sports Hall of Fame not an Outdoor Hall of Fame.
I'm continually surprised at how aggressive bass are in cold water.I know bass will hit crankbaits and spinnerbaits when the water is in the mid to lower 40s.
This week we're going to talk about a dream I've had for a longtime; making new lures. I started messing with them when I was about 10 years old. I'd use a butane lighter to melt plastics together to make new shapes and designs. When I wasn't doing that, I was refinishing hardbaits with fingernail polish.