Had a couple of really interesting days this week. Days that I guess I could say were a heck of a lot of fun, and very rewarding.
There’s a weather phenomenon going on throughout the country that can affect your success on the water.
Tackle storage giant Plano Molding Co. has obtained the title sponsorship to the final event of the 2013 Bassmaster Elite Series season.
There may be five weeks between the last Bassmaster Elite event and the next one on the Mississippi River at LaCrosse, Wis., but I’m staying busy.
B.A.S.S. has signed an agreement with Oklahoma-based Folds of Honor Foundation to assist in its mission to provide educational scholarships to the dependents of soldiers killed or disabled while serving our country.
The second annual list ranking the country’s best bass lakes has been released by Bassmaster Magazine.
The nasty, nationwide weather is making a change for the better and bass fishing is about to go crazy.
Bassmaster Elite Series pros will be fighting for a major title, $100,000 and a 2014 Bassmaster Classic berth when the Elite Series returns May 2-5 to LaGrange, Ga., for the West Point Lake Battle.
Bassmaster Magazine's 100 Best Bass Lakes list got me thinking. They chose Lake Guntersville, Ala., as No. 4 on their official list but for me Guntersville is No. 1 for a lot of reasons.
Scanlon's lead not surprising; the upset was Days One and Two leader Greg Vinson's fall to 23rd place, knocking him out of the game.