It was a week that was. This year’s postseason was marked by high wind, big waves, cold weather, delays and lots of fun fishing for big smallmouth bass.
The park where they'll hold the weigh-ins and Bassmaster University looks great. Homes across the street look like Norman Rockwell paintings.
Don Barone talks to members of the Michigan B.A.S.S. Nation, volunteering their time to help make the Bass Pro Shops Northern Open #3 presented by Allstate a success.
After eight events covering rivers, lakes and man-made reservoirs from Florida to Louisiana to New York and in venues known for the Monkey Trial, the Liberty Bell and the finest country music theaters, the 2014 Bassmaster Elite Series regular season is finally in the books.
Recently I’ve been reflecting on our boys and the experiences they have while on the road with their dad, experiences that undoubtedly will influence them as adults.
I can't think of a single tournament stop where I haven't met at least one person who made the trip better in some way.
We’re going to talk this week about how to deal with unfamiliar situations you’ll encounter from time to time on the water.
This week on the Delaware River, Michael Iaconelli has been the prince of tides.
The Delaware River is something else. I’m a Florida guy, so I’ve fished my share of tidal waters over the years, but I’ve never seen anything like this.
When Connecticut angler Stephen Longobardi weighs his fish at a Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Opens presented by Allstate tournament, it’s hard to miss his grandparents, Richard and Jennifer Latkowski.