Elites launch for Day One of the West Point Lake Battle.
Don’t load your roster with just sight fishermen. There won’t likely be enough spawners to go around. Plus, several top sight fishermen don’t have stellar records on Ozarks impoundments in April.
Spectators watched as the nation's top pros pulled huge fish out of Falcon.
Overheard on Day Two at the Rigid Industries Falcon Slam in Zapata, Texas.
They go fishing for a living. So what do the pros do with their time off?
What happens Aug. 16-18 on New York’s Cayuga Lake could direct the future of several anglers.
Arizonan Cliff Pirch may be the most accomplished tournament angler Bassmaster fans have never heard of — until this year, that is.
You’ve probably figured already that the incompetent in the title is yours truly. This was hammered into my noggin on the two days prior to the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Southern Open at Lake Norman.
I had the opportunity to pre-fish with pros Gerald Swindle and Cliff Pirch for the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Southern Open at Lake Norman.
A couple tanks of fuel, a spree at a tackle shop, eating better on the road. No matter how they spend it, an unexpected $200 comes in handy for any tournament angler.