Wtih some smart changes to the format, the popular event will return in 2015 for a special event on Kentucky Lake.
Weather fronts are common in early fall, but you shouldn’t let them discourage you from fishing. The changing weather is a signal to bass that cooler weather is coming and sets up some phenomenal fishing.
Sam Lashlee and partner Phillip Arrington dominated the no entry fee, $5,000 first place, 3rd Annual Toyota Bonus Bucks Owners tournament with a winning weight of 24 pounds 15 ounces.
If you or your favorite fishing buddy are registered in Bonus Bucks, Toyota hopes you’ll come be a part of the fellowship-filled event aimed at showing appreciation for the thousands of avid bass anglers that continue to support their brand.
In 2015, B.A.S.S. celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Bassmaster Elite Series with a schedule that commemorates some of the greatest events in bass fishing history.
Enders and Osman didn’t have an easy start to their final day, as they were in the penalty box from the get-go.
Meet the top 10 high school teams in the country as they take to the water for Day 4 of the Bassmaster High School Championship presented by Carhartt.
It was a whole new ballgame on a completely different body of water for the top 30 teams competing for the coveted final 10 positions at the Bassmaster High School Championship.
The team of Trevor McKinney and Dailus Richardson from Benton, IL took the top spot from Day 1 and 2 on Kentucky Lake in the Bassmaster High School Championship presented by Carhartt
With nothing to lose at the halfway point of Day 1, Dailus Richardson and Trevor McKinney changed up their game plan and altered their strategy.