We need to start with an understanding that recreational anglers have as much right to be out on the water fishing as we (tournament anglers) do.
B.A.S.S. opposes Alabama House Bill 258, which would allow use of gill nets on Guntersville, Pickwick, Wheeler, and Wilson, all important sportfisheries on the Tennessee River.
Four of the 12 rookies in this year’s Bassmaster Elite Series discuss the challenges they have faced and the lessons they have learned.
One Bassmaster marshal shares his experience with Gerald Swindle on Lake Guntersville.
After my performance at Guntersville, I have to admit, I just might deserve the title, “rookie.”
Kentucky angler Kenneth “Boo” Woods notified B.A.S.S. officials earlier this week that he is leaving the 2015 Bassmaster Elite Series due to circumstances beyond his control.
After the first two Elite Series tournaments my primary accomplishment is that I’ve dug myself a big hole.
You see, great surf spots are like great fishing holes. They’re sacred and precious. The locals who watch over them feel the water is theirs.
Virginia angler John Crews put in a lot of work raising autism awareness during the Diet Mtn Dew Bassmaster Elite at Lake Guntersville, and now the fundraising portion of his efforts has begun.
One of the most common misconceptions about professional bass fishing is that the anglers who live close to whatever venue we’re fishing are going to have some great advantage in the tournament.