The continuation of our countdown of the 10 biggest stories in the world of bass fishing from the decade just departed.
The most sought after record in all of fishing has been broken ... almost. Technically, Manabu Kurita's 22-pound, 4.97-ounce largemouth bass from Japan's Lake Biwa is now tied with a bass nearly 1 ounce lighter caught more than 77 years ago in rural Georgia.
In-line spinners, making a comeback, after all these years.
Dedicated bass readers submit photos of their 'lunkers.' This album contains images submitted for the February 2010 instalment of the Lunker Club.
I'm still at Okeechobee, and is it ever cold! The weather has had a real effect on my practice. All this bad weather will probably have an effect on the actual tournament next week, too.
Dedicated bass readers submit photos of their 'lunkers.' This album contains images submitted for the January 2010 instalment of the Lunker Club.
Bassmaster Magazine readers submit their lunkers for publication in the December 2009 issue.
The Opens have proven to be very popular with anglers looking for a highly competitive circuit with opportunities to advance to the most prestigious tournament levels in bass fishing.
Washington's Jake Cook won the 15- to 18-year-old age division of the 2009 Junior Bassmaster World Championship on Lake Yale, near Tavares, Florida. Maryland's John Duarte Jr. won the 11- to 14-year-old division.
In this article you will read about the 2009 federation nation championship on the Harris Chain of Lakes in Florida. Matt Massey is in the lead after the first day of competition.