Turning 50 is a landmark of sorts, and it's given me a reason to contemplate what it means for me as a professional angler to reach that age.
The oldest lure style in your tacklebox may also be your best bet to catch a true giant this spring. The jig-and-pig is as timeless as it is effective.
A look at the 2013 Bassmaster Classic through the eyes of B.A.S.S. writer Don Barone.
I grew up watching The Bassmasters, and I am sure I watched many Bassmaster Classics throughout my childhood, but the first one that I can remember really well was the ‘98 Classic that Denny Brauer won.
No matter where you live in the Northern Hemisphere, the bass have either spawned, are spawning or are preparing to spawn. Here's how to catch them.
Couldn't make it to Tulsa? Here's all the cool stuff from the Expo
Southern Indiana angler and the Federation Northern Division qualifier, Mark Dove, has been to the Bassmaster Classic before, but this time it’s different.
After only fishing professionally for one year now, I can really appreciate what guys like Rick Clunn, Gary Klein and Denny Brauer have done for many years.
When the Elites kick off the this year at the Sabine River, Denny Brauer will also likely be in Texas, but at his new home in Del Rio rather than in the town of Orange.
As true winter arrives in most of the country your fishing options become more limited. "Limited" doesn’t mean they don’t exist.