The Open on Cayuga Lake is over; that event got me pumped up for the final Elite Series tournament on Oneida Lake later this week. It’ll be a challenge because I have so much riding on the outcome, but hey, that’s what this business is all about.
A B.A.S.S. member catches a record bass — but will red tape keep him from collecting a huge cash prize?
B.A.S.S. members, take a minute to double-check your July/August issue of Bassmaster Magazine to see if you’re one of 50 lucky instant winners of a next-generation Abu Garcia reel.
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!
Dave Mercer's 90-pound weight loss has so far led him to compete in his first half marathon. But what was he thinking about when he finished? Going fishing!
Narrated by Ken Duke, this slideshow takes a look at the history of the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year award.
During the middle of summer, when temperatures begin to spike, bass fishing often morphs from a relaxing endeavor into a battle of wills.
Despite the scorching summertime heat and blazing sunshine, Tommy Biffle can still fish in his comfort zone on a variety of fisheries throughout the country.
Jonathon VanDam is looking forward to competing Oneida without the pressure of needing a Classic qualification.
Nine members of the B.A.S.S. Federation Nation of West Virginia constructed 60 spider blocks and installed them in Burnsville Lake.