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Golden algae

Mar 4, 2008

Texas resource managers restocked Brazos River impoundments with Florida-strain bass this spring.

Guide to giant bass

Mar 4, 2008

Over the past three decades, literally dozens of lakes throughout the nation have produced largemouth bass weighing more than 10 pounds. And, as fisheries personnel continue to learn more about trophy bass management, more are added to the list each year.

Having the confidence to change

Mar 4, 2008

I was on the bubble for the 2002 CITGO BASS Masters Classic as I entered the final CITGO Bassmaster Tour Tournament Trail event of the season. My 30th place standing was good enough to get an invitation to Birmingham if I could just catch fish at Alabama's Lake Eufaula.

Heavy cover

Mar 4, 2008

To humans, hollow pieces of plastic vaguely resemble squid, but come in colors that Jacques Cousteau never imagined in his undersea adventures. However, these colorful bits of plastic ring dinner bells in bass brains as they slip through brushy cover.

How to hunt bass in the open

Mar 4, 2008

It's sort of like Christopher Columbus in the 1490s trying to convince a skeptical crew that the world was not flat. That analogy comes to mind when discussing open water bass on Northern lakes with dyed-in-the-wool bank burners and bottom bumpers.

Iaconelli's crazy year

Mar 4, 2008

In this article, you can read about the awesome response that Michael Iaconelli received after winning the Classic Trophy in New Orleans.

In-between bass

Mar 4, 2008

There comes a time during late spring when all anglers face a dilemma:

Jay Yelas claims the Classic crown

Mar 4, 2008

Read how the 12th attempt brought victory to Jay Yelas as he won his first Bassmaster Classic tournament on Lay Lake, Alabama.

Junior World Champions crowned during Classic week

Mar 4, 2008

Age, agility and experience was all that separated the anglers casting in the inaugural Junior Bassmaster World Championship from a similar competition universally accepted as the sport's most prestigious event.

Kentucky taking care of business on the Ohio River

Mar 4, 2008

Tournament anglers rank it as one of the worst places on earth to cast a line. And the Kentucky BASS Federation decided to do something about it.

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