CHARLESTON, S.C. – Huk Performance Fishing is proud to announce that today, professional bass angler Brandon Palaniuk has joined the Huk team. From successfully competing in club competitions, to earning a spot on the Idaho State Team, to making it to the B.A.S.S. Federation Nation national championship, and finally securing a tour card by winning it, Brandon Palaniuk is all in on the professional bass fishing tournament trail.
A.R.E. Accessories has signed a multiyear partnership with B.A.S.S. to be a supporting sponsor for the GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by GoPro and other Bassmaster events, as well as the presenting sponsor of an Elite event — Bassmaster BASSfest at Kentucky Lake presented by A.R.E. Truck Caps.
Out of thousands who compete every year, only six make it to the Big Show.
Charleston, S.C. – Huk Performance Fishing is proud to announce that professional bass angler veteran Brent Ehrler, has joined the Huk team. Ehrler has enjoyed success on the FLW Tour with eight victories, 33 career Top 10 finishes and more than $2.2 million in earnings during a decade-long career.
B.A.S.S. is excited to announce the return of Allstate as the presenting sponsor of one of bass fishing’s most popular competitive circuits in 2015, the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Opens Series.
I have probably the most haphazard method of picking my Fantasy Fishing teams, but it works.
B.A.S.S. announced today that it has completed its investigation of an incident January 16 involving two professional anglers, Ish Monroe of Hughson, Calif., and Keith Poche of Pike Road, Ala., during the Bassmaster Open tournament on Lake Tohopekaliga, Fla.
The kickoff of the Bassmaster High School Series is quickly approaching. Here is what you need to do to ensure you are ready to participate.
Arizona angler Steve Lund hopes he gets off to a better start in the Classic than he did in the B.A.S.S. Nation Championship.
The term “bass pro” is one that is thrown around pretty loosely these days. Sometimes it seems that everyone who has ever fished a tournament at any level considers themselves to be a “pro.”