Topics: New York

Ramp Monkeys to help out in New York

Apr 27, 2015

Young volunteers called Ramp Monkeys will ensure that competitors comply with new state regulations at take-out to prevent the spread of invasive aquatic species.

Anglers, sound off!

Apr 7, 2015

You’d think the St. Lawrence fishery was about to collapse if you listened to the New York Department of Environmental Conservation.

Kurt Dove now with Dixie Electric

Mar 11, 2015

Kurt Dove has aligned with Dixie Electric of Midland, Texas.

36 years as the voice of tradition

Feb 10, 2015

The B.A.S.S. headquarters office that Dave Precht walked into for the first time, 36 years ago this week, was filled with smoke, typewriters and secretaries in high heels.

Rapala recruits The Bass University co-founder Pete Gluszek

Jan 27, 2015

Gluszek will fish the Bassmaster Northern Opens, competing on Virginia’s James River, New York’s Oneida Lake, and Lake Erie, launching out of Sandusky, Ohio.

Big turnaround on Friday at the Open

Jan 21, 2015

I don’t think a man could live long enough to experience all the things that can happen when you fish bass tournaments. I really don’t.

From New York subways to pro bass fishing

Jan 17, 2015

From sunup to sundown Andrew Slegona spent summer vacations fishing on the shore of Oneida Lake, New York.

McMillan grabs Southern Open lead on finicky Toho

Jan 16, 2015

Florida’s fickle bass not only played with the heads with the first-round leaders in the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Southern Open presented by AllState, but they also scrambled the leaderboard.

Slegona’s Florida baptism produces big sack, Southern Open lead

Jan 15, 2015

Andrew Slegona’s first fishing trip to Florida is off to a memorable start.

Elite rookies: Stephen Longobardi

Jan 14, 2015

Connecticut angler Stephen Longobardi describes himself as a “risk-taker from a family of risk-takers.”

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