ESPNOutdoors.com sent me to be in a fishing tournament. I had no idea they had fishing tournaments. I figured it was just a bunch of guys on a pier with a ham sandwich and a worm. I was wrong. Way wrong.
Competitions are won and/or lost on one decision, should I stay and wait, or run and gun.
Jim Range was possibly the greatest ally anglers had in the political scene. Tragically, he died Jan. 20, of cancer, at age 63.
The Capital City Bassmasters have raised more than $45,000 to date for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
Courting sponsors is never easy, but a bass club in California is actually teaching it's members how to go about it.
As black bass species go, the shoal bass is clearly a nonconformist. Unlike its largemouth and smallmouth cousins, the shoal bass is quite particular about its habitat and forage.
In fisheries where current dictates fish location, success comes through observation and experience.
Moving bass habitat is made easier by a Texas fisherman.
Sylvia Morris wakes up every day around 3:30 a.m. to start packing lunches, and then she cooks their breakfast.
Alton Jones discusses the outstanding year he had in 2008, especially his win at the Bassmaster Classic at Lake Hartwell.