Elite Series angler Hank Cherry loves fishing the carp pay lake tournaments that are so popular in North and South Carolina, but practically unknown in the other 48 states.
It sounds strange coming from the 2013 Bassmaster Elite Series Rookie of the Year, but Hank Cherry enjoys catching carp more than any other fish species, as long as the carp are swimming in a "pay lake" in his home state of North Carolina.
The hardworking guys and gals who bring you all the action on Bassmasters TV and bassmaster.com rarely get any attention. Here's a look at their work.
Elite Series pro Shaw Grigsby invites you to take a tour of his boat.
Fishing professionally is not an easy way to make a living, but no matter what the obstacles might be, it seems that every year there’s a new crop of anglers looking to get into the Elite Series.
I want to say a little more about how the fishing in Ohio, and generally around our country, has improved since I started fishing back when I was a kid several decades ago.
Good humor and strong family bonds help Kevin and Kerry Short overcome whatever adversity they face, including the destruction of their home.
The top bass fishery in the nation according to Bassmaster’s 100 Best Bass Lakes list will get a chance to prove just why it earned that top spot as the 2015 Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year Championship will head to Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, for the first time in Elite Series history Sept. 17-20.
Randall Tharp discusses his friendly rivalry with Justin Lucas.
No one has ever enjoyed fishing tournaments as much as Charlie Hartley does, and I doubt that anyone ever will.