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.
B.A.S.S. announced today the launch of a new B.A.S.S. Nation Conservation Fund in the FishAmerica Foundation at the American Sportfishing Association and will be seeking proposals in early July.
Last year the Bassmaster Carhartt College Series pitted brother against brother as Matt and Jordan Lee of Auburn University faced off in triple digit temperatures, vying to win a berth in the 2013 Bassmaster Classic.
Sign up now to compete in the first ever B.A.S.S. High School Invitational, July 20, on Alabama's Wheeler Lake.
B.A.S.S. has jumped into the high school bass fishing arena with a high school program culminating in a national championship.
School is out for the summer for the majority of college students across the country, but for 136 collegiate bass anglers, the biggest test of the year still lies ahead of them.
B.A.S.S. and its partners will host three events in the coming months to offer high school students who are members of high school bass fishing clubs a shot at qualifying for the first ever Bassmaster Classic High School Exhibition in 2014.
Two high school students will have a chance to walk across the Classic stage after they win the ASF Bass Fishing competition on Alabama's Logan Martin Lake, June 22.
Two leaders of B.A.S.S.’s grass-roots membership and conservation programs today announced plans to retire from their positions.
Gerald Adrian knows all about hydrilla, an invasive non-native aquatic plant that bass anglers often target as cover for fish.