Heeding the words of a veteran touring pro has helped Mike McClelland refine his most productive tactic for big bass.
The conclusion of the Sooner Run event at Oklahoma's Fort Gibson Lake in June was the beginning of Mike Iaconelli's marathon preparation for the 2011 Bassmaster Classic.
When a major tournament comes to your home lake, there's always that local expert who claims he's catching 20 pounds a day in practice.
A depth change of 2 feet or 20 feet could be a good wintertime bass hideout, according to Dave Wolak.
Bassmaster Elite Series pro Brian Snowden dreads the idea of running out of his most productive lure and having to run around town looking for a replacement.
While B.A.S.S. is a tournament and membership organization, it has evolved into a powerful multimedia brand. B.A.S.S. publishes a number of magazines for anglers, including the number one "how-to" publication on bass fishing — Bassmaster Magazine. B.A.S.S. also publishes B.A.S.S. Times.
Have you ever fished a B.A.S.S. tournament or fished with a B.A.S.S. pro? If you're like most avid bass anglers, the answer is no. But it doesn't have to be.
The Jersey Score" are the words printed under Michael Iaconelli's photo, his victory-pumping arm frozen by the camera. It's an ad that promotes the Feb. 18-20 Bassmaster Classic's return to New Orleans and the Louisiana Delta for the first time since the New Jersey pro won the world championship there in 2003.
A look back at the last 40 Classics from Murray to KVD