I’m sitting in my son’s johnboat on Lake Guntersville this morning thinking about things in between bites. I can’t help but look at the sport of fishing, where we started and where we’re headed. It’s incredible to me.
B.A.S.S. just released the 2014 Bassmaster Elite Series schedule, and it looks really good. I'm excited about the opportunity to return to some of my favorite bodies of water and intrigued by a few of the new ones.
db decides that Pick 3 is not enough. Read the first three stories he finds at the B.A.S.S. Nation Eastern Divisional.
It’s been a while since 2006 when I last won a B.A.S.S. professional event. I have to say it feels good to be back in the winner’s circle.
Fall time is topwater time, and topwater is one of my favorite techniques. There are so many topwater baits that it can be overwhelming trying to decide which one to use so I've outlined four different types of lakes and the baits that I would use on them in fall.
I thought this might be a good time to take a look back at how things went this year. I know I learned a lot that’ll help me in the future, and maybe some of it will help you.
Chris Lane thinks that fishing the 2014 Bassmaster Classic at home on Lake Guntersville will be both challenging and fun.
Wheeler Lake used to be the place to go when you wanted lots of action with 12- to 15-inch bass. Now it’s also producing the heavyweights.
This is a true week for rest and relaxation. I’ve made it to the Classic. Basically, my fishing season is over. I’ll spend some time on the water and with sponsors but for the next few days at least it’ll be family, friends, football and fishing the mats on Guntersville.
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