Jackall Lures, a leading innovator of high performance fishing tackle, announced today that they have signed Bassmaster Elite Series pro Dave Wolak to represent the company and work on product development.
Wright & McGill Co. of Denver, Colo., announces a new partnership with professional bass angler Rick Clunn of Ava, Mo. Rick has been fishing professionally for 37 years and won ESPN's Greatest Angler Debate in 2005. With his expertise, he's the right match for Wright & McGill when it comes to selecting and designing bass rods to meet the competitive angler's demands.
Bassmaster Elite Series pro Greg Hackney of Gonzales, La., got his start at the B.A.S.S. Federation Nation level in his native state of Arkansas.
Create your own league and invite others to play, or join an existing league and prove your skills to a group of strangers who will soon fear your skills!
Alton Jones' title of Bassmaster Classic Champion was only moments old when the folks from Toyota added an extra $7,500 to his half-a-million-dollar day. Six weeks prior to the Classic, Alton purchased a Toyota Sequoia, and quickly sent in his registration to be eligible for the brand new Toyota Trucks Bonus Bucks contingency program. Confident, yet humble, it's doubtful Alton was counting on getting his first bonus check as a result of winning the Bassmaster Classic, but as the highest placing registered Tundra or Sequoia owner in a Classic field, that's exactly what happened.
Casey Ashley, the bass bustin' kid from rural South Carolina with the million dollar smile and the voice of an angel, bagged $3,000 worth of Toyota Bonus Bucks following his 16th place finish at the Bassmaster Elite Series event at the Harris Chain of Lakes in Florida.
While B.A.S.S. is a tournament and membership organization, it has evolved into a powerful multimedia brand. B.A.S.S. publishes a number of magazines for anglers, including the number one "how-to" publication on bass fishing — Bassmaster Magazine. B.A.S.S. also publishes B.A.S.S. Times.
Have you ever fished a B.A.S.S. tournament or fished with a B.A.S.S. pro? If you're like most avid bass anglers, the answer is no. But it doesn't have to be.
The Jersey Score" are the words printed under Michael Iaconelli's photo, his victory-pumping arm frozen by the camera. It's an ad that promotes the Feb. 18-20 Bassmaster Classic's return to New Orleans and the Louisiana Delta for the first time since the New Jersey pro won the world championship there in 2003.