Topics: Atlanta

Junior Collis dead at 83

Mar 29, 2013

It was Collis who taught the sport's greatest plastic worm angler one of the most productive ways to rig the bait.

Commitment counts for Hawk

Oct 4, 2012

Strong-willed angler has history of putting his suitcase where his goals are.

Casting for the gold

Aug 31, 2012

One of my favorite Bassmaster.com columnists, Bernie Schultz, recently wrote about the Olympics and posited the idea that if shooting sports were included in the games, maybe fishing should be there, too. It was an interesting idea.

The Coastal Conservation Association

Jul 31, 2012

I'm proud to be involved in the Coastal Conservation Association. Let me tell you about their cause.

Classic attendee focuses on helping kids

Feb 24, 2012

At the Bassmaster Classic, fishing might be all about competition, but to Malik Wilder fishing means one thing: Finding Inspiration, Sharing Hope.

Fear and loathing at bass camp

Nov 14, 2011

A trip to Montgomery Lake to catch a descendant of George Perry's world-record largemouth goes horribly awry.

Martens’ hectic journey

Jul 22, 2011

Despite several setbacks, Aaron Martens made a run reminiscent of Smokey and the Bandit, only he went from Las Vegas to Montgomery, Ala

A dream come true

May 6, 2011

Meeting, and weighing in, with Skeet Reese thrills boy with leukemia

'Life experiences' with B.A.S.S. continue

Apr 7, 2011

Jon Stewart shares his life experience with anglers, events, and family as he writes about his history with B.A.S.S. and talks about expectations of new chapters with the new ownership of the company.

Atlanta may run out of water

Jun 20, 2008

Far more will be needed to alleviate the "exceptional" drought that grips this portion of Georgia, as well as much of the Southeast.

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