db goes to Jetersville to eat with the Crews family, and finds what he was looking for.
Some of America’s best bass fishing waters and other lesser-known fisheries will play host to competitors in the 2014 B.A.S.S. Nation divisionals.
Adam Wagner won on Guntersville last year, and is ready to face the best in the world on it next February.
db talks to three foreign competitors in the B.A.S.S. Nation Championship about what America means to them.
Japanese pro and lure designer endures global commutes in hopes of joining Elite Series.
db finds the second of three sets of people for his Pick 9!
db decides that Pick 3 is not enough. Read the first three stories he finds at the B.A.S.S. Nation Eastern Divisional.
The 2014 Bassmaster Elite Series promises to be one for the history books. Several of the fisheries are steeped in B.A.S.S. lore, and the others soon will be.
Ray W. Scott turns 80 years old Saturday, Aug. 24. In observing this milestone, I think it’s appropriate to celebrate the evolution of the sport of bass fishing and Scott’s impact on it. Born Aug. 23, 1933, in Montgomery, Ala., Scott was just 33 years old when he got the wild idea to hold a big-time, high-stakes bass fishing tournament on Beaver Lake, Arkansas. He was 34 when he began organizing the bass fishermen of America into a cohesive, powerful force for the good of the sport. He called his group B.A.S.S., the Bass Anglers Sportsman Society.
Gene Gilliland, a widely respected bass biologist and conservation advocate from Oklahoma, has been named B.A.S.S. National Conservation Director.