AOY leader John Crews aims to keep momentum at site of his only B.A.S.S. victory.
With many anglers planning to make round-trip boat runs of three hours or more to the California Delta, much of the field for the Sacramento Bassmaster Elite at Sacramento River will have only four to five hours to fish each day.
The Sabine River should be a Fantasy Fishing competitor’s worst nightmare — long runs, wads of little fish, and long distances between them with nothing but prop-chewing obstacles to get in the way.
Todd Faircloth finished in the Top 11 in eight of the last nine early-season events, which includes his win when we went to the Sabine in 2013.
The Fantasy Fishing winner for this event won’t win because of his or her A, B, C or E buckets, but rather the choice of anglers in Bucket D.
Brandon Lester is building a career the right way, one step and one rod at a time.
B.A.S.S. announced today that it has completed its investigation of an incident January 16 involving two professional anglers, Ish Monroe of Hughson, Calif., and Keith Poche of Pike Road, Ala., during the Bassmaster Open tournament on Lake Tohopekaliga, Fla.
The next edition of Ike Live! features Bassmaster Elite Series rookies Matt Lee and Jordan Lee and second-year pro Joe Sancho.
The term “bass pro” is one that is thrown around pretty loosely these days. Sometimes it seems that everyone who has ever fished a tournament at any level considers themselves to be a “pro.”
The following is an official statement from Keith Poche regarding the Lake Toho Southern Open incident involving Ish Monroe that occurred Friday, Jan. 16, 2015. First, I would like to apologize to everyone who has been affected by this unfortunate circumstance, including family, friends, fans, my co-anger, competitors, sponsors and B.A.S.S. I am fortunate to be a member of the professional fishing community and I am very disheartened that this incident took place.