Perhaps the most imposing figure in fishing is Denny Brauer. Although he no longer competes in the Elite Series, he left an indelible impression.
More than half of the Elite field will likely be composed of anglers who weren’t there when the deal kicked off in 2006.
In 1980, a young Massachusetts angler packed his bags for the B.A.S.S. Chapter Championship. Thirty-four years later he has returned to the B.A.S.S. Nation Championship on the Ouachita River for another shot at championship glory.
Years ago a certain B.A.S.S. tour-level pro came very close to winning the Angler of the Year title. It boiled down to the last day of the season and he fell just a bit short.
Records are made to be broken. B.A.S.S. records began getting set and reset 46 years ago when the company was founded. Here are several you know — and some we bet you don't.
Target turns in creek channels to load the boat with bass.
With his start-to-finish win at this past weekend’s Toyota Texas Bass Classic — bringing his total of TTBC trophies to three — Keith Combs may have established himself as the greatest tour level pro in Texas…ever.
Hang with Don Barone for eight days as he heads south with the Bassmaster Tour.
For the past eight years, Jared Lintner has been consistent but beginning with the final two events of the 2013 Elite Series season, he’s been on fire.
db talks to his good friend Denny Brauer who tells him why he retired.