Class acts are not hard to find in the Bassmaster Elite Series, neither are anglers who are willing to selflessly do the right thing. Just look to Brent Chapman and Chris Lane.
TTBAOY trophy a well-deserved reward for the reinvented Kansan.
Brent Chapman was operating under the heaviest weight of all – not blowing a lead in the last event – and he put some serious distance between himself and his closest competitors on Day One.
Trevor Fitzgerald is a full-time policeman from Ocala, Fla., who has been a bass nut and rod perfectionist for decades. He's got a pretty firm grasp on what makes a good rod.
The weather changed for all anglers competing in Detroit, but the sun continued to shine brightest on local angler Brian Metry.
How one man's idea is transforming an entire industry.
Brandon Palaniuk appears to be the favorite going into the final day of the Bassmaster Elite Series Green Bay Challenge.
The bass fishing community is mourning the death of its favorite uncle — Homer Circle, who died unexpectedly Friday at the age of 97.
Aaron Martens thinks it would be "cooler" if he won the Mississippi River Rumble, rather than his friend Todd Faircloth. They top the leaderboard, with Faircloth leading by 7 ounces.
According to B.A.S.S. writer Don Barone, Elite Series pro Britt Myers is a scrappy angler, one who truly believes that failure is not an option even in the face of failure...