The Bassmaster Classic television show captures all of the action from Days One, Two and Three of the 2012 Bassmaster Classic on Louisiana's Red River.
I’m disappointed that I couldn’t make it three Classic wins in a row, but that doesn’t diminish how I feel about the great tournament we had last week in Shreveport.
High-flying partners Paul Barth and Steve Cassidy of Camera Copters have been giving fans an unbeatable view of the Classic for nearly a decade.
Part James Bond, part Most Interesting Man in the World, Paul Barth and Steve Cassidy fly and shoot for a living, and they get clearance from the U.S. Department of Defense to do it.
The Bass Fishing Hall of Fame class of 2012 was inducted in Shreveport, La., on Friday, Feb. 24, in conjunction with the Bassmaster Classic.
Newly crowned Bassmaster Classic champ Chris Lane is headed to ESPN headquarters in Bristol, Conn., Friday to appear in a round of interviews — “the car wash,” as it’s known at ESPN.
At the 2012 Bassmaster Classic, the hot seat was the only perch in a high-stakes game of musical chairs. Tune in to ESPN March 3 & 4 for more never-before-seen footage from the Red River Classic.
The guest list at the Bass Fishing Hall of Fame banquet was the type that would make a bass historian – or any bass fan for that matter – go weak in the knees
The next time you find yourself sharing water, try one of these tips to get more bites and catch more bass.
Everybody’s talking about Chris Lane being our new Classic champion. I’m no different except that I want to comment on something I saw him do that I think shows you what he’s all about and how good of an angler he really is.