Topics: Ken Cook

The story of my Money (yes, it's a fishing story)

Dec 4, 2013

It was 1991. A pretty girl named Julie had most of my attention. I say most because I also have a very distinct memory of staring at another face. I remember looking deep into her giant buggy eyes, studying her oversized, cavernous, bright red mouth...

Learn how seasons and temperature affect bass

Nov 16, 2013

Bass are confusing creatures. If you've spent much time trying to catch them, you already know that. Here's some advice that will help you all year long.

Mobile structure: When baitfish become the object of obsession

Aug 19, 2013

Fishing suspended bait isn’t like targeting a laydown. However, if anglers branch out to open water bassin’, the payoff can be huge.

Closest Classics

Feb 7, 2013

The Bassmaster Classic is the Super Bowl of bass fishing, and like the Super Bowl it's sometimes a nail biter and sometimes a blowout.

Farewell to a Nebraska Bricklayer

Jan 4, 2013

When the Elites kick off the this year at the Sabine River, Denny Brauer will also likely be in Texas, but at his new home in Del Rio rather than in the town of Orange.

Patterning Shelbyville with BassGold

Sep 16, 2012

Find out how to use BassGold to pattern a "lowland reservoir" like Lake Shelbyville, the first top of Toyota Trucks All-Star week.

Analyzing Oneida with BassGold

Aug 20, 2012

New York's Oneida Lake is a great place to end the Elite Series regular season because the lake has a ton of fish that can be caught many different ways. That means every fisherman in the tournament has a shot at winning it.

A quick look at Green Bay with BassGold

Jun 26, 2012

Expect weights of high teens to low 20s each day during this week's Green Bay Challenge.

BassGold previews the Miss. River

Jun 20, 2012

This week, the world's best bass fishermen will be likely be headed into the backwaters of the Mississippi River in search of clearer water and big largemouth bass.

BassGold previews Toledo Bend

Jun 5, 2012

Elite Series pros are back on the water this week, this time at Toledo Bend, the huge, well-known tournament impoundment that straddles a big chunk of the Texas-Louisiana border.

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