Have you ever had something happen — something so bizarre it was hard to imagine how it was even possible? Well, that's precisely what this column is about — a series of strange occurrences that some B.A.S.S. veterans experienced and agreed to share. I hope you enjoy them. An Instant Limit Have you ever caught a 5-bass limit on a single cast … without using an umbrella rig? Zell Rowland did. Here's how.
Now in his 12th season on the job, Senior Tournament Manager Chris Bowes relishes every trip back to Syracuse.
After making stops on some of the finest largemouth bass fisheries in the United States, the Bassmaster Elite Series is shifting to a fishery known for its hefty smallmouth population for the Evan Williams Bourbon Bassmaster Elite at St. Lawrence River.
With the season sliding toward its eventual end, those of us who need to make a move in Bassmaster Fantasy Fishing will have to take some risks just like the anglers will.
Mike McClelland may call Northwest Arkansas home but he’s been to the ocean-like, smallmouth rich waters of America’s Great Lakes many times before.
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Of the 22.5 million people who visit Niagara Falls each year, almost none will take the time to look beyond the water crashing at its rocky base to see the monumental smallmouth fishery that exists there.
Whoever makes the run north at the Bassmaster Elite on Lake Dardanelle is going to win. Period.
Brandon Palaniuk had a rollercoaster kind of year on the Bassmaster Elites Series in 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.