Although you can have some spectacular days on the water in August, fishing can get pretty darn tough.
Despite boating only two keepers Thursday, Jesse Weener moved to the top of the pack in the Old Milwaukee B.A.S.S. Nation Northern Divisional at Lake Monroe.
At Cayuga Lake, the final of eight full-field events this season, each Elite Series pro has a shot at a first-place prize of $100,000 and an automatic qualification for the 2015 Bassmaster Classic.
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.
The Michigan B.A.S.S. Nation encourages all anglers who have fished in Michigan or plan to one day to complete an 11-question survey.
Shad and crawfish aren’t the only forage magnets for bass. Learn the habits of these panfish and you’ll crack the code for catching some of the biggest bass in your lake this summer.
Last June in a major tournament on Chickamauga, Jacob Wheeler finished in 92nd place. He’s a fast learner.
At age 23 and from Indianapolis, Ind., Jacob Wheeler would not be most people’s odds-on favorite to take over in the June 11-15 Bassmaster BASSfest competition on Tennessee’s Chickamauga Lake.
Kevin VanDam has been accused of being from another planet. He’s actually from Kalamazoo, Michigan.
It’s graduation season here in southern Michigan, so when you have two teenage boys, you can count on graduation parties filling up your calendar.