Bryan Kerchal fished as often as he could. His job at The Ground Round allowed him to fish all day and work at night.
In complete blackness, a bass boat carrying only the spirit of a man was pulled through an arena, while thousands of people sat silent in the stands.
While I consider myself fortunate to have been involved in tournament fishing at a young age, opportunities for today’s teens are far better and growing every day. There weren’t as many places for anglers to compete when I was that age. I joined a bass club at age 16 and most of the club members were much older. Even so, I learned a lot from them in meetings and club events. But throughout my early career, I had to compete against older and more experienced anglers and would have loved the chance to fish with and against guys my own age.
SILVESTER, Ga. — There is an art to throwing a good party. It's a mix of a great location, uncommon entertainment and interesting guests. J Todd Tucker knows how to throw a party. More importantly, he understands how a great party one October weekend can also function as serious business year-round.
The Carhartt Bassmaster College Series has been expanded to three-day tournaments for 2015, instead of two, B.A.S.S. announced as it revealed the 2015 College Series schedule.
The GEICO Bassmaster Classic — the Super Bowl of Bass Fishing — is not only a must-attend festival for fishing fans, but it is also the crown jewel in a professional angler’s career.
When it counts, Paul Mueller knows how to catch a big limit of fish.
Despite an about-face game plan and 3.25 hours of downtime, Coby Carden rolled with whatever Day 2 threw at him to maintain his lead.
Don Barone speaks to two men who faced adversity and fought through it to end up exactly where they wanted to be.
Coby Carden wants to get back to the Classic again, but that’s not all: He wants to win it.