Sports are full of "magic" numbers. This week in bass fishing, that number is about 445.
Chris Lane takes first-day lead in Elite Series season finale.
Tomorrow we’ll be starting the last Elite Series tournament of the 2013 season. I wish we had several more coming up. It would be OK with me if B.A.S.S. doubled the number of Elites.
The last couple of weeks have been good to me. My partner and I won the Cooper River Open Buddy Tournament — known locally as the Cooper Cup — and I had a Top 10 finish at the Bass Pro Shops Northern Open on Oneida last week.
I know it’s still technically summer but around the Lane house it’s starting to feel like fall. As I put this column together, I’m getting the kids ready for football practice and cheerleading practice.
Best friends and college roommates at Young Harris College, Brad Rutherford and Matthew Peeler have been a team for about a year in the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series.
GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. — Chris Lane loves Guntersville, Ala., and has spent the past five years learning the ins and outs of the quiet little town next to Bassmaster’s #4 Best Bass Fishing Lake in the United States. Lane invites you to check out his new free app for iPad, iPhone and iPod called Fishin’ and Livin’ @ Lake Guntersville. Fishermen will find the app is a handy guide for the TVA flow schedules, weather reports, local fishing guides, bait and tackle shops, boat ramps, fishing reports, restaurants, lodging, and boat marinas.
I’ll tell you what, the Mississippi River is full of bass. Almost every angler caught fish all day long up there.
First to weigh and in first place, Brandon Palaniuk is "doing something a little bit different" than the other pros.
B.A.S.S. and its partners will host three events in the coming months to offer high school students who are members of high school bass fishing clubs a shot at qualifying for the first ever Bassmaster Classic High School Exhibition in 2014.