Missile Baits, owned by Bassmaster Elite Series pro John Crews, is looking for anglers to become members of the company’s Bomb Squad.
Restrictions on the use of umbrella rigs, also known as Alabama rigs, just got stronger.
The 2015 Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Opens tournament series will span nine months, visit nine states and possibly provide nine professional anglers a ticket to the Super Bowl of bass fishing — the Bassmaster Classic.
The 2015 Bassmaster Opens schedule includes some familiar places and legendary fisheries.
The Lake Norman Open turned about as well as anyone could have hoped. The winner, Andy Montgomery, created a Classic spot for Cliff Prince. Both are Elite Series anglers.
Andy Montgomery won on Lake Norman by showing the bass something they couldn't resist.
Cliff Pace and his still-healing leg have a good outing on Lake Norman.
No one realizes how important a tournament victory is to a pro angler until the winner has to talk about that victory. The moment often has long seconds of "dead air," as the winner tries to compose himself.
In one way, the big story from the Lake Norman Southern Open was Ron Farrow of Rock City, S.C. The 41-year-old sheetrock specialist was fishing his first-ever B.A.S.S. event. He didn't enter the tournament until the last minute.
The "bubble boy" left Lake Norman on Friday, still on the bubble. Cliff Prince had entered the Bass Pro Shops Southern Open presented by Allstate hoping to keep his Bassmaster Classic fate in his hands.