The Z Train is always the height of style ... unless you're rooting against his choice that day.
Listen in as experienced biologists discuss topics from bed fishing to tournament mortality to chemical weed controls.
What's the next best thing to a world record largemouth, smallmouth or spot? How about a state record! Benny Williams Jr. got the job done last week.
Smashing a six-year-old Bassmaster Elite Series record, Ish Monroe increased his lead to 13-11 over his nearest challenger, 2012 Bassmaster Classic champion Chris Lane.
A 6-pound, 4-ounce bass weighed Saturday by Edwin Evers proved to be the day’s largest fish, but it was not big enough to knock out Keith Poche’s 6-pound, 13-ounce bass from Friday as the largest so far.
Brad Lankford of Wagoner, Okla., bagged 18 pounds and 1 ounce on Day 1 to take home a $250 Bass Pro Shops gift certificate, courtesy of Luck “E” Strike.
Veteran tournament angler Jerry Lee found himself in a bad spot on the second day of competition during the Bassmaster Central Open.
Bradley Hallman, who went to IHOP on the final day of practice, was the only angler to catch a limit Friday, and that was enough to take over the lead.
Beginner’s luck seemed to be the best way to beat the tough fishing conditions during the first day of the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Central Open on Lewisville Lake.
The B.A.S.S. Federation Nation and the Bassmaster Classic go back a long way, almost as far back as the first Classic.