Pro anglers need to have a bigger and more formalized role in the sport.
A column about crisis of the heart, the soul, the inner core of what makes us human out here, and out where you live as well.
Practice reports from most pros indicated that perhaps the Upper Chesapeake Bay should be renamed the Dead Sea, but Mike Iaconelli knows certain spots of this massive waterway are alive and well.
Last time we talked about some things we can’t control. This week we need to talk about what we can control.
B.A.S.S. has acquired three new local partners for the Huk Performance Fishing Bassmaster Elite at Chesapeake Bay — the Maryland Lottery, the town of North East and the Old Dominion Electric Cooperative (ODEC).
B.A.S.S., the world’s largest fishing organization, today announced its corporate sponsorship of the Center for Coastal Conservation. The sponsorship underscores the commitment of B.A.S.S. to the preservation of recreational angling and conservation of U.S. waterways.
B.A.S.S., along with 30 other conservation organizations, has signed a letter urging Congress to restore funding for sportfishing projects suffering under the current federal budget impasse.
Brian Drake estimates he has served as an Elite Series marshal for more than 25 tournaments, racking up more than 100 days on the water.
Jacob Bruener fishes trophy bass lakes like Rayburn and Toledo Bend, known to routinely produce largemouth weighing in the double-digits. He never would have dreamed of catching his personal best on a small lake in west Tennessee.
Meanwhile, Junior angler catches potential lake record