Even after 43 years, Ray Scott's founding principles are still relevant to the work of B.A.S.S. Conservation.
Cabela’s Incorporated announced today Wanna Go Fishing for Millions?, a contest giving anglers a shot at up to $2 million in cash and more than $225,000 in additional prizes by catching tagged fish in select lakes across the United States. The competition begins May 5.
During National Invasive Species Awareness Week, Feb. 26 to March 3, experts will discuss options for managing populations of aquatic nuisance species.
Jim Martin, the conservation director for the Berkley Conservation Institute, has been selected as one of four Alumni Association Fellows at Oregon State University.
Oneida Lake, site of this week's Open, is where Brandon Card won his first college event.
Colorado’s balance carried it to the team title at the Western Divisional presented by Yamaha and Skeeter. Jay Salisbury, meanwhile, survived a charge by Curtis Spindler to take the individual crown.
Need a fishing buddy? Want to learn more about the sport? Join a B.A.S.S. club in your area by contacting the state president.
Salem, Oregon; Alan Olsen (R-Canby), an avid fisherman and past president of the Oregon B.A.S.S. Federation, has been elected to the Oregon State Senate to represent Senate District 20. He will immediately be putting his natural resources and sports fisherman expertise to use on the Senate Environment and Natural Resources Committee, where he has been appointed as Vice Chair.
Remember me telling you that I spent a couple of days in New York City recently? Well, here's my first story for you.
One of the things I've always been proud of is the longevity of the TV shows we have produced. Other than SportsCenter, my retired show the Fishin' Hole was the longest running show on ESPN.