After its week in a time capsule, we unearth Charlie Hartley's column to marvel at the foreshadowing, irony, and what-might-have-beens ...
Mike McClelland may call Northwest Arkansas home but he’s been to the ocean-like, smallmouth rich waters of America’s Great Lakes many times before.
Arizona pro wins for third time in legendary Lake Mead tournament.
Throwing a tube for Great Lakes smallies is certainly no secret. It is very effective, and many tournaments are won on this tactic every year.
In 2015, B.A.S.S. celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Bassmaster Elite Series with a schedule that commemorates some of the greatest events in bass fishing history.
I should know by now that you double whatever time you believe it should take to run back to the weigh-in when fishing inland seas like Champlain and the Great Lakes.
Winners win. When you don’t have much to go on, go with anglers who consistently do well on a wide variety of waterways.
Shad and crawfish aren’t the only forage magnets for bass. Learn the habits of these panfish and you’ll crack the code for catching some of the biggest bass in your lake this summer.
Perhaps no other factor has contributed more to the increased top-out size of smallmouth bass than the mild fall weather we have recently experienced across North America.
In the last decade or so, increasingly monstrous size averages of smallmouth bass have indicated that something special has happened and is happening to the fish and fishery.