Narrated by Ken Duke, this slideshow takes a look at the history of the Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Angler of the Year award.
During the middle of summer, when temperatures begin to spike, bass fishing often morphs from a relaxing endeavor into a battle of wills.
There is nothing quite like the spotlight that hits you while on the boat ramp each morning at Elite Series events but these Elite Series wives are seasoned pros when it comes to the pressure of launch.
If you want to stir-up the wives of some Bassmaster Elite Series anglers, just ask about the men they encounter while backing up a boat trailer at a launching ramp.
If you're a fan of tournament fishing, there's been a lot to watch and a lot to like about the Bassmaster Elite Series in 2012. Now, with just one event remaining in the season, I thought I'd share a few of the things that I think are making this year a fascinating one.
Elite anglers launch their boats into Green Bay on Day Two of competition in the Green Bay Challenge.
Aaron Martens thinks it would be "cooler" if he won the Mississippi River Rumble, rather than his friend Todd Faircloth. They top the leaderboard, with Faircloth leading by 7 ounces.
From Gerald Swindle snipping the foot off a doll to Gary Klein showing off his torn-up hands, we bring photos from inside the Mississippi River Rumble.
The Mississippi River fishes the same in Wisconsin as it does in Louisiana.
To know where a man is going, you have to know where he's been. Find out where these Elite Series pros have been.