The snow has been gone for a few weeks now, and the ice is off the pond up the hill from my humble southern Ohio abode. I keep threatening to hike to the pond with a few rods and limber up my casting arm.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. Golden algae is the killer of fish. Since the first documented die-off in 1985 on the Pecos River in Texas, it has killed millions of fish.
Flux is my state of being. Movement is me. Not a pause kind of guy. I want eternally to be on the go.
Until now a Bassmaster Open has eluded Gerald Swindle.
When Takahiro Omori held the Classic trophy overhead, bass fishing crowned its first non-American, world champion.
Our Classic Countdown number 34 story is really the most poignant of this series, and it exemplifies how much this sport and this competition means.
Bass fishing crowned its first non-American world champion, Takahiro Omori in 2004.
Omori, who first came to the United States in 1992 understanding hardly a word of English, finished with 39 pounds, 2 ounces.
Adjusting to water movement. Adjusting to changing light conditions. Adjusting to an influx of muddy water. Adjusting to the unseen impact of spectator boat traffic. And more.