News and notes from Toledo Bend, and what to expect from La Crosse.
Kelly Pratt won last year's Bass Pro Shops Northern Open and parlayed a lifetime of James River expertise into an entry in the tournament of his dreams, the Bassmaster Classic.
As the fifth of eight regular-season Elite Series events, Toledo Bend will be critical for earning points in the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year race and for postseason and Classic qualifications.
After top B.A.S.S. pros weigh-in their daily catches at the Douglas Lake Challenge, the band Bush Hawg will take the stage. The music of the Nashville-based recording artist brings together elements of country and hard rock.
This 12,000-acre reservoir impounded in 1914 by Alabama Power is one of the state’s oldest but still provides excellent fishing.
This 15,263-acre impoundment on the Coosa River is about 30 miles east of Birmingham and directly below Neely Henry.
Love for the outdoors runs deep in ’Bama, and with the return of B.A.S.S. to Birmingham in 2011, many anglers feel a renewed enthusiasm for bass fishing.
The first 10 pounder and a long-standing biggest bass in B.A.S.S. history are just two of the St. Johns' claims to fame.
Bass anglers everywhere can now officially be jealous of Matt Landry of Houston, Texas. Landry won B.A.S.S.’s “Fish With KVD” sweepstakes.
Today, the state of Alabama announced the creation of an unprecedented experience for bass anglers: The Alabama Bass Trail.