Aaron Martens is fighting a cold, but is in the best shape of his life and ready to claim a Bassmaster Classic championship in 2013.
B.A.S.S. writer Don Barone salutes the work ethic of anglers like Elite Series pro Jamie Horton, who hold down full-time jobs while simultaneously pursuing their professional angling dreams.
Part James Bond, part Most Interesting Man in the World, Paul Barth and Steve Cassidy fly and shoot for a living, and they get clearance from the U.S. Department of Defense to do it.
Barone gets down to finding out not what's left for KVD to accomplish, but what there is he wants to accomplish.
I don’t have much insightful information about bass fishing to offer today. I’ve been sick for a couple of weeks and really haven’t done much of anything, at least not anything useful.
Bassmaster Elite Series pro Aaron Martens, triumphed last week in his debut as a marathon relay runner.
His months of training almost over, Bassmaster Elite Series pro Aaron Martens says he is ready.
Randall Tharp has only been fishing competitively for five years, but he was ready for our 20 Questions.
Sure, Manabu Kurita thinks his bass is big. His 22-pound, 5-ounce largemouth was just certified as the world record.