B.A.S.S. hit a major milestone in July when its Facebook page reached 400,000 fans. The company’s Facebook audience has grown tenfold in only two years, since July 2011 when the page had only 40,000 fans.
We all take kids fishing from time to time. It’s special, but not unusual. Some of the kids are just out fishing for the day but others are really into the sport. You can tell the difference almost as soon as they get in the boat. And so it was with Sully Jeter.
Toyota will host its second annual no-entry fee team tournament on Sunday, Sept. 8, 2013, on Alabama’s Lake Wheeler.
Chances will be good for anglers to make a short run out of Presque Isle Bay on a calm Lake Erie and catch quality smallmouth.
When the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series Championship gets underway Aug. 1 on Chatuge Reservoir, Ga., the field of hopeful young anglers will include the first team from Mexico ever to qualify for the championship bass tournament.
Jason Hewitt, 21, is the youngest angler to win the Iowa state championship. He came up through the Junior Bassmaster program.
During the middle of summer, when temperatures begin to spike, bass fishing often morphs from a relaxing endeavor into a battle of wills.
Most of the things we label as accidents are simply violations of accepted safety practices — or in other words, things we did that we should have known better than to do!
B.A.S.S. has jumped into the high school bass fishing arena with a high school program culminating in a national championship.
Despite the summertime heat, Tommy Biffle can still fish in his comfort zone on a variety of fisheries throughout the country.