We can all count Classic wins, but who's consistently competitive on fishing's biggest stage?
If you're a sight fisherman -- or even if you just want a better look into the world of the bass -- quality optics are critical.
Once a Bassmaster Classic champion, always a Classic champion. It's one of those things that truly can't be taken away from you. These anglers know what it means to hoist this trophy and be introduced as a world champion.
As part of one of fishing's most famous families, Jill Hibdon was wife of one Classic champ, daughter-in-law to another and mother of a Junior champion.
The eight anglers competing in the Bassmaster Legends Tournament last Sunday during Toyota Trucks All-Star week averaged 68 years of age.
Pardon me for continuing to tell stories about “days gone by.” But if you will allow me to tell one more quickly, I’ll leave it alone for a while.
Guido Hibdon and Bobby Murray are teaming up for the Bassmaster Legends tournament taking place July 31 as part of Toyota Trucks All-Star Week.
Photos of B.A.S.S. Legends that will be participating in the Legends event.
Rumor has it that the fight began when they exchanged words over who gets to run the trolling motor at the Bassmaster Legends tournament.
There have been father and son duos competing at fishing's top level. In this article, you can read about Kevin VanDam and his 22-year-old nephew, Jonathon taking on the 2011 Elite Series together, making them competitors.