Elite pro and Arkansas River veteran follows usual game plan at Central Open - have no plan.
Connecticut angler takes top position from teammate on second day of competition.
In today's tackle market, anglers have access to all types of swimbaits ... hundreds, in fact. Some are molded from plastics; others are crafted from wood; still others combine these materials — all to form an artificial lure that can swim through the water like a live baitfish. They obviously sell well, as virtually every tackle outlet on the planet offers them. The reason? Swimbaits catch fish!
After the Classic Bracket is over, Nick Barr and Jarred Walker of Eastern Washington University likely will have covered more ground in a tournament season than anyone other than our Elite Series anglers.
Mike Iaconelli is confident enough to know that he has a legitimate shot to win every time out, whether it’s a northern lake, a tidal river, a southern impoundment or a parking lot mud puddle.
Strangers until a week ago, Sam George and Jimmy Carruth got to hoist a $5,000 winning check -- thanks to a twisted back.
Anglers from all walks of life in Toyota’s Owners tourney.
The founder and tournament director of Big Bass Mania wanted by authorities has turned himself in.
Finding an “active pod” of smallmouth bass boosted the father of an Elite pro from 42nd to the top at Nation divisional.
Like other professional sports, competitive fishing has its share of fans. Even if ours isn't considered a "spectator sport," there are those who watch from the sidelines, cheering on their favorite pros.