Topics: Japan

Christmas in Japan

Dec 24, 2014

A Godzilla tree in lights, Colonel Sanders as Santa and decorated cakes are some of the common Christmas sights in Japan.

Philadelphia’s own ‘Ike’ catches lead

Aug 8, 2014

It was as if the boisterous Ike fans felt their voices could pull their hometown guy up from 21st place.

Duckett leads Bassmaster debut on the Delaware

Aug 7, 2014

So, do black bass live in the Delaware River?

Constantly keeping busy

Jun 27, 2014

It’s been just about four months since the magical day at the Spring Creek bridge that led me to my Bassmaster Classic win, and the most frequent question I’m asked is how my life has changed since then.

Kiriyama fulfills anglers' dreams

May 12, 2014

Elite Series pro Kota Kiriyama makes two anglers' dreams come true through his Kota's American Dream tournament.

Italian pro brings dream to America

Mar 6, 2014

Once you know the story, it's clear why Jacopo Gallelli says he was “born on the wrong side of the sea."

What is spybaiting?

Jan 24, 2014

When a technique hits a body of water for the first time, it has the ability to trump the lake’s most prevalent winning techniques.

Fishing foreign waters, Part 3

Dec 23, 2013

Looking back, it's not only the many foreign fishing destinations that drew me in; it was the people, too. Though there was a language barrier at times, it was clear we all had something in common.

Fishing foreign waters, Part 2

Dec 18, 2013

Until that time, the largest fish I had seen in the wild was maybe 13 or 14 pounds. The Ikehara fish was clearly almost twice that size!

Fishing foreign waters, Part 1

Dec 11, 2013

In 1987, the year I decided to go pro, B.A.S.S. held a team tournament on the St. Lawrence River out of Alexandria Bay, N.Y.

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