Topics: California

Chris Zaldain : Pro Fishing

Mar 1, 2011

Chris Zaldain is very serious about becoming a full-time pro. Having fished ponds as a kid and competed on big California fisheries since he was a teen, Zaldain, 26, now wants to qualify for the top level of competition.

Finding bass in the city

Mar 1, 2011

Visit the following websites to find bass fishing opportunities urban program lakes

Perry's influence on the bass fishing world

Mar 1, 2011

Read the full article about Buck Perry on page 10 of the July 2010 issue of BASS Times. Below is more information about Perry's influence on the bass fishing world.

Seeing spots

Mar 1, 2011

<photo1>When Mike Bucca goes fishing, he sees spots.

Tow the distance

Mar 1, 2011

When you spend more than 20,000 miles a year with bass boat in tow, you learn important tricks that keep you safe, comfortable and efficient.

Tucker produces larger bag, increases lead

Feb 25, 2011

Despite less-than-ideal conditions, Mark Tucker of St. Louis topped his Day 1 catch that increased his lead and put him in position to win on Lewisville Lake.

Open notes: 'Will win next one'

Feb 24, 2011

LEWISVILLE, Texas -- Mark Tyler doesn't think he can win the first Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Central Open ... but he's pretty sure about the third.

Martens wants to win this Classic for family

Feb 18, 2011

Aaron Martens didn't think he'd be leading Day One of the Bassmaster Classic.

A Delta ride with Brian Snowden

Feb 17, 2011

NEW ORLEANS -- Brian Snowden is making miles -- headed west from Bayou Segnette, crisscrossing and shortcutting where he can on the final day of practice before the Bassmaster Classic.

Radar debuts on boats at Bassmaster Classic

Feb 16, 2011

Lowrance's new "BR24" sounds like a code name for a secret weapon, and it could possibly turn out to be just that for a handful of Bassmaster Classic anglers.

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