There are careers on the line this week at the A.R.E. Truck Caps Bassmaster Elite Series tournament at Cayuga Lake.
B.A.S.S. has fished out of some legendary venues over the years (including Chicago, Detroit and New Orleans), but if you're talking about historic American cities it's hard to top Philadelphia, host of the Bassmaster Elite at Delaware River, Aug. 7-10, 2014.
Bassmaster Magazine’s third annual ranking of America’s best bass fisheries has been announced, and there is a new champion.
Focusing on regional tactics to tempt a smallmouth bass bite will improve your odds of hooking up this month.
Continuing a tradition of pioneering new types of competitions every season, B.A.S.S. LLC is unveiling four unique events for 2014.
In one of the most challenging Classics ever staged, Woo Daves, brought in a total of 14 bass weighing 27 pounds, 13 ounces. The 30th annual Classic Championship was held on July 20-22, 2000, on Lake Michigan.
A torrential downpour failed to dampen the Michigan B.A.S.S. Nation’s 40th anniversary celebration of its state championship this past summer at Lake Michigan.
I know that the “this is what I’m thankful for” column at this time of year is a little bit clichéd and perhaps more often than not a bit contrived, but I’m going to go on with it anyway.
There’s a lot to be learned about bass fishing when fishing for other species of fish.
A short drive from the Sleeping Bear Dunes and ranked No. 9 on Bassmaster’s 100 Best Bass Lakes of 2014, Grand Traverse Bay has long been a trophy smallmouth mecca.