The Daily Limit take a look at the top 5 things in the bass fishing world this week.
The best at the ledge fishing game can pull up on a place that is pounded from daylight until dark, make a cast and catch the biggest fish in the school.
If you’re assigned to shoot photos of the eventual champion on the final day of a Bassmaster Classic and things go wrong…that’s a whole different level of ‘stuff happening.’
Two nights before the boats launch on Lake Guntersville for the 2014 Bassmaster Classic, the competitors gather for a friendly Night of Champions.
Regular visitors to Bassmaster.com may notice our homepage looks different today.
Think back to the last time you watched the Bassmasters Classic coverage and saw a guy lose a big fish and still go on to win? I sure don’t remember it.
I just finished reading Pete Robbins’ column, “Seeing into the future.” As always, Pete gives us incredible insight into bass fishing, going down a path few people ever venture.
Flipping and pitching legend Denny Brauer has never seen a waterway or situation that didn't cry out for the big stick and a short line.
Aaron Martens classified his finish in the 2011 Bassmaster Classic as "the easiest second place I've ever had."
Fish tales do come true on Tank Pond.