SILVESTER, Ga. — There is an art to throwing a good party. It's a mix of a great location, uncommon entertainment and interesting guests. J Todd Tucker knows how to throw a party. More importantly, he understands how a great party one October weekend can also function as serious business year-round.
There are two reasons why I like cold fronts so much. One is about the fishing and other is about the mental side of competition.
The GEICO Bassmaster Classic — the Super Bowl of Bass Fishing — is not only a must-attend festival for fishing fans, but it is also the crown jewel in a professional angler’s career.
Funds from a grant helped the Georgia B.A.S.S. Nation plant nursery habitat for bass in West Point Lake.
Four different grant opportunities are available right now with an application deadline of Nov. 30.
The 2015 Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Opens tournament series will span nine months, visit nine states and possibly provide nine professional anglers a ticket to the Super Bowl of bass fishing — the Bassmaster Classic.
B.A.S.S. achieves new attendance record with its 2014 eight regular-season events, plus the Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year Championship.
Jim Sexton, V.P. of Digital Media at B.A.S.S., discusses the similarities between his two most remarkable days on the 2014 Elite Series tournament trail.
When I arrive for my first Bassmaster Elite event next year, look for me. I will be the one with a smile as big as Australia.
Georgia's Micah Frazier is in third place in points going into the final Northern Open of the year; if he holds steady, he will receive an invitation to join the Elite Series.