Twenty years ago, B.A.S.S. Nation champion Bryan Kerchal won the Bassmaster Classic on North Carolina’s High Rock Lake. This week, the Nation’s Paul Mueller, another son of the Nutmeg State, threatened to match Kerchal’s feat but ultimately fell short by a pound.
Randall Tharp returned to where he started on Lake Guntersville Friday, bagging 27 pounds, 8 ounces of bass to take an 11-ounce lead over Edwin Evers.
Today at Regions Field, Alabama Power and B.A.S.S. signed a conservation partnership agreement at the Media Day of the GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by Diet Mountain Dew and GoPro.
Continuing a tradition of pioneering new types of competitions every season, B.A.S.S. LLC is unveiling four unique events for 2014.
Local favorites are always a tempting pick, but don't put too much stock in the "home pillow advantage".
Experience the new and exciting things Berkley Experience Trailers brings this year at the Bassmaster Classic and select B.A.S.S. Elite tournament events.
Full of energy and smiles, you would have never known that 13-year-old Chase Huelsey is sick, except for his missing hair. As he bounced from one professional bass fishing angler to another, collecting autographs on his T-shirt, he explained that he likes to go fishing at Bear Creek.
Picking up where they left off in 2012, Booyah Baits and B.A.S.S. have reached a sponsorship agreement for 2014.
Bassmaster Elite Series pro Skeet Reese has an impressive history on Lake Guntersville. This just might be his year to take home another Classic title.
KISSIMMEE, Fla. — Shaw Grigsby vividly remembers his first B.A.S.S. tournament experience on Lake Tohopekaliga, site of this week’s 2014 Bass Pro Shops Southern Open #1 presented by Allstate. On Day One of the 1982 B.A.S.S. Florida Invitational his partner would be none other than Forrest L. Wood, the founder and president of Ranger Boats. Back then, Wood competed on the tour and qualified twice for the Bassmaster Classic. “I went to sleep the night before thinking about how awesome it will be to fish with him,” recalled Grigsby.