The sport of professional bass fishing is alive and well, judging from entries in the 2014 Bassmaster Elite Series, the world’s premier fishing tour.
North Carolina's Hank Cherry wrapped up his first Bassmaster Elite Series season with the 2013 Rookie of the Year award.
One mistake in the excitement of zeroing in on a school of big smallmouth could have cost Brandon Palaniuk his lead in the Evan Williams Bourbon Showdown.
First to weigh and in first place, Brandon Palaniuk is "doing something a little bit different" than the other pros.
Floating, hollow-bodied frogs are far more versatile than most anglers could imagine. Bassmaster Magazine wanted to know exactly how versatile, so it asked readers to submit their best frog tips. The response was overwhelming!
Nine times out of 10, the strategy of “fishing your history” turns and bites the angler who tries to rely on past success. Not so for Keith Combs.
Faircloth’s win — his fourth Bassmaster Elite Series title and second in Texas — was a victory in a four-day tug-of-war with Dean Rojas.
Elite pro found himself two shy of limit until the final minutes of play on Day Three.
By noon, Bassmaster Elite Series pro Todd Faircloth from Jasper, Texas, had a five-fish limit on a river system that has left many other Elites struggling to bring three or four fish to the scales.