The 2014 Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Opens Series has something for everyone — whether they’re a top professional angler, an aspiring pro or simply a fan of the sport.
The 2014 Bassmaster Elite Series promises to be one for the history books. Several of the fisheries are steeped in B.A.S.S. lore, and the others soon will be.
The fans have spoken in determining the final four Elite Series anglers who may be served a slice of the $100,000 pie during Toyota All-Star Week and the Evan Williams Bourbon Championship, Sept. 27-29, out of Muskegon, Mich.
Matt Lee, Jordan Lee and Tom Frink have all become recognized in the college bass fishing ranks — and you can find all three in the same home.
North Carolina's Hank Cherry wrapped up his first Bassmaster Elite Series season with the 2013 Rookie of the Year award.
Cliff Crochet has said he will ban taxes if he gets voted into Toyota All-Star Week. Doubtful. But several pros are offering donations to charity and gifts for fans if they win the vote.
Aaron Martens is no stranger to professional bass fishing success but when he accepted the trophy for the 2013 Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year award, he called it the highlight of his career.
If your B.A.S.S. Nation club has participated in a project that has either helped control invasive aquatic plants or helped native vegetation thrive, your club has the chance to win $1,500.
With the conclusion of the 2013 Elite Series, the majority of the 2014 Bassmaster Classic field is now set. Forty-four of the 56 eventual competitors in the “Super Bowl” of bass fishing have been identified.
A licensing agreement that grants American Bass Anglers Inc. (ABA) the use of B.A.S.S. marks with respect to the Weekend Series will not be renewed after 2013.