Shimano's newest Curado sets a new standard in baitcaster performance.
You're crazy if you think you know who is going to win the Classic, but you're not any crazier than Day Two was on Lake Guntersville.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Bobby Murray gave an unexpected rousing start to the annual Bass Fishing Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Murray won the first Bassmaster Classic in 1971, and on Thursday evening he donated the trophy to the future facility, to be built in Cullman, Ala. "I've been shining this thing for 43 years like it was Aladdin's lamp," Murray said. "It's brought lots of good luck to me. That's why I want to turn it over to the Bass Fishing Hall of Fame."
Continuing a tradition of pioneering new types of competitions every season, B.A.S.S. LLC is unveiling four unique events for 2014.
Ryan Wood is among the hopefuls to win this year’s MOY award, as in Marshal of the Year.
Elite Series rookie Kevin Hawk talks about his first year fishing with the best in the world.
Adam Wagner won on Guntersville last year, and is ready to face the best in the world on it next February.
A total of $21,000 in scholarship money awarded to Junior World Championship contenders in the one-day event.
Mike Iaconelli is confident enough to know that he has a legitimate shot to win every time out, whether it’s a northern lake, a tidal river, a southern impoundment or a parking lot mud puddle.
When anglers hit Lake Erie for the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Northern Open, they should expect to drop shot for heavy smallmouths hanging around rock.