CHARLESTON, S.C. – Huk Performance Fishing is proud to announce that today, professional bass angler Brandon Palaniuk has joined the Huk team. From successfully competing in club competitions, to earning a spot on the Idaho State Team, to making it to the B.A.S.S. Federation Nation national championship, and finally securing a tour card by winning it, Brandon Palaniuk is all in on the professional bass fishing tournament trail.
Idaho's Lake Lowell is managed under special rules, and the Idaho Department of Fish and Game is cracking down on poachers.
After grabbing an early lead in a Bassmaster tournament last month, Brandon Palaniuk told the media
Because none of the pros have a home lake advantage, it's best to choose low-percentage anglers who will give players a chance to beat the crowd.
Elite pro Greg Hackney won the A.R.E. Truck Caps Bassmaster Elite at Cayuga Lake — and held tight to his lead in the Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year points race.
While Greg Hackney was disappointed with his Day 3 stringer, he was quite happy that it was enough to maintain the lead over Todd Faircloth, who lurks 10 ounces behind him going into the final day on Cayuga Lake.
August is Brandon Palaniuk’s charmed time of year. New York is his state of magic.
The Payette River Bassmasters teamed up with a host of conservation groups to hold the Kids Conservation Clinic at the LeRoy Atwood Ranch.
B.A.S.S. Members show off their big bass in Bassmaster Magazine's Lunker Club.
Some anglers in the 2014 B.A.S.S. Nation Western Divisional worked all day to eke out a limit on Montana’s Noxon Reservoir. But not Tim Johnston. He did it in an hour and a half.