Greg Vinson Answers the 20 most asked questions.
Nobody forgets 'the one that got away' especially if it's your first Bassmaster Classic.
Alabama's P.E. teachers are getting kids outside with the Fundamentals of Fishing program.
I forgot to tell you all about the Mark's Outdoors event in Birmingham a while back. It was a huge success. The coolest thing about it was what's called the "tackle toss."
This season I've put a lot of effort into my practice and my preparation, but so far it hasn't turned out like I wanted it to. For the Clark's Hill event, I'm going to fish by the seat of my pants.
Being born dead and living teaches you that. Teaches you that between the start and the finish, there is us. What we do in-between is what makes us ... us.
In this article, Pam Martin-Wells, the first woman in the 40-year history of the Bassmaster Classic to make the cut and fish the final day, explains the significance of her position in historical fishing.
As time goes along, this Bassmaster Classic win seems more and more extraordinary. This one is the real deal. They're all special, of course, but this one really means a lot to me.
Russ Lane had the goal of a higher finish, but given the circumstances, he believes that he did all that he could to position himself for the win of his Classical performance.
On Lay Lake this past weekend, Faircloth, going into the final day was within ounces of claiming his first Bassmaster Classic title when Kevin VanDam took the lead to win the title.