Topics: Gene Gilliland

Making sense of senses, part 3

Jul 7, 2010

Making sense of senses, part 3 viberation and sound tips.

Making sense of senses: Part 2

Jun 24, 2010

Scent becomes a factor after a fish is determining whether or not to swallow what it has just caught. Finding and tracking down prey is left to the fish's other senses, namely sight and vibration/sound.

Making sense of senses: Part 1

Jun 21, 2010

Bass have several means of finding and tracking down prey. They are sight, vibration/sound and scent.

Every Bass Fisherman's Champion

Aug 19, 2009

While Skeet Reese celebrated his Classic victory with sponsors, family and friends, BASS/ESPN Outdoors took time to recognize the accomplishments of other champions whose contributions to this sport may far exceed that of all Classic winners combined.

Gilliland honored as the Nation's Conservation

May 5, 2009

Gilliland honored as the Nation's Conservation Director of the Year in 2009

Are you smarter than a bass?

Dec 3, 2008

We all are at least until we outsmart ourselves in our effort to catch them. That's when bass seem smartest of all.

New Prescriptions

Nov 11, 2008

Since BASS released the booklet Keeping Bass Alive, a Guidebook for Anglers and Tournament Organizers, there have been many new innovations and techniques in fish care that anglers and tournament directors should know about.

Preserving native smallmouth

Nov 10, 2008

Issue moves to forefront on Oklahoma's Grand Lake

Maintenance is required

Nov 10, 2008

According to the U.S. Coast Guard, more than 75 percent of the nation's boating fatalities result from a person falling overboard and drowning; 87 percent were not using a life jacket.

The Case Against Catch and Release

Sep 5, 2008

It's widely agreed that catch and release is a good thing, but the less audible argument made by fisheries biologists is that underharvesting can be just as detrimental as overharvesting.