Brandon Palaniuk had a rollercoaster kind of year on the Bassmaster Elites Series in 2013.
If shallow, grassy waters are where you fish, this fall pattern could be the ticket to the bass of a lifetime.
Whether you prefer the college or the pro game, football season offers plenty of great bassin' opportunities.
From Alaska to the East Coast and down to the Keys, anglers are being denied access to public waters during a federal government shutdown.
Brad Rutherford and Matthew Peeler are great friends, but there’s the potential they’ll have to fish against each other on Sunday, the final day of the Classic Bracket.
Next year’s Elite Series schedule will be interesting because it offers diversity in types of water and the time of year we visit each one.
B.A.S.S. just released the 2014 Bassmaster Elite Series schedule, and it looks really good. I'm excited about the opportunity to return to some of my favorite bodies of water and intrigued by a few of the new ones.
After the Classic Bracket is over, Nick Barr and Jarred Walker of Eastern Washington University likely will have covered more ground in a tournament season than anyone other than our Elite Series anglers.
B.A.S.S. and Yamaha Marine Group have signed an agreement for Yamaha to continue to sponsor Bassmaster events through 2016.
With their win on Georgia’s Lake Chatuge, Auburn University at Montgomery’s Tom Frink gets to go out on top and Jacob Nummy gets to see his creation rise to the highest possible high.