So the deal is that there’ll be 11 tournaments in the Alabama Bass Trail. Five will be in the Northern Division and five will be in the Southern Division. At the end of the season there’ll be a championship tournament.
David Kilgore isn't just a great fisherman, he's a great hunter and an advocate for smart game management.
B.A.S.S. and its partners will host three events in the coming months to offer high school students who are members of high school bass fishing clubs a shot at qualifying for the first ever Bassmaster Classic High School Exhibition in 2014.
You might call the Bass Pro Shops Open circuit the mashed potatoes on Stephen Browning’s plate of professional bass fishing.
Alabama Elite Series Pro Jamie Horton offers tips for fishing Lake Neely Henry, one of the best-kept fishing secrets in Alabama.
The Alabama Rig ruled, but strategies for the Top 12 finishers couldn’t have been any different at the Bass Pro Shops Southern Open.
You don't have to qualify for more than one Bassmaster Classic to leave your mark on the sport's greatest championship. These anglers did it even though they were one and done.
The name is Hibdon. Two of the titles (Classic championships) belong to Guido, 1988 on the James River, and Dion, 1997 on Logan Martin Lake. Guido’s grandson and Dion’s son, Payden, has a Junior title. He won the Junior Bassmaster World Championship on the Harris Chain of Lakes in 2006.
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.
This 15,263-acre impoundment on the Coosa River is about 30 miles east of Birmingham and directly below Neely Henry.